Ash Catherwood, who appears in Clutch as a slimy card shark, was born in the wilds of the Boreal forest.
In his early days, he learned how to karate chop a bear, and how to beat the Sasquatch at his own game.
In recent years, he has been acting his butt off for the betterment of humanity. He is drawn to the unique and
bizarre in plotlines and characterizations, and has the ability to bring a sense of reality to the fantastical.
He is happy to have found a balance between the comedic and the dramatic in his performance style.
Ash lives and works out of Toronto, Canada and is the star and creator of the web series Microwave Porn.
Wendy plays Agatha, the militant, eccentric den mother to a brothel under the umbrella of Marcel's influence. Her quirky portrayal evokes chimes of Carol Burnett in Annie.
Wendy Glazier is a Toronto native who was, in 2011, an Indie Soap Award nominee for “Best Breakout Performance” – Out With Dad. Some of her film, television and stage credits include: Urban Legends, Psychic Investigators, In The Can, Invincible Youth and The Mousetrap. Other favourite dramatic roles are Mama in Nightmother, Molly in Molly Sweeney and Desdemona in Othello.
Mike Donis guest stars as a slimy Human Trafficker, but nothing could be further from the real Mike.
Mike has been making films for as long as he can remember, no stranger to the awards circuit for his early shorts.
In 2010, his feature directorial debut "The Blue Seal", won several awards at the Action On Film Festival among others.
His work on the 2011 short "The Swashbuckling Adventures of Pete Winning and the Pirates" (in which he also stars in the title role)
has been recognized at multiple film festivals across the United States, winning the Audience Choice Award at Scarlet Waters'
film showcase in Austin TX, and Best TV Pilot/Series at the Bare Bones International Film Festival in 2012,
where he was also recognized as Best Actor in the non-feature category. This success spawned into a web series of Pete Winning, which will be be released in 2013!
Will Conlon, perhaps best known as Nathan, the "dad" on the multi-award winning, widely popular web series Out With Dad, cameos in Clutch episode 201: Debt Collectors as a double-crosser to Marcel. For this performance he is nominated for a 2013 Indie Soap Award for Best Guest Appearance.
Will has received accolades for his work on Out With Dad as well, such as Outstanding Performance by a Male Lead at LA Web Fest and a 2012 nomination at the Indie Soap Awards for Best Actor.
He has recently finished filming the feature Blood Riders: The Devil Rides with Us for director Lari Teras.
Jillian can be regularly seen as Haley Ferguson (the mean girl) in the Emmy
nominated Victorious movie “Freak the Freak Out” on Nickelodeon plus on her
multiaward winning teen series Miss Behave (missbehave.tv) leading the cast both as the
star & producer, a role that won her “Best Lead Actress in a Drama” at the 2011 ITV
Festival. An actress since age 6, Clare has 4 feature films releasing in 2013 - The
Kitchen, a comedy starring alongside Bryan Greenburg, a Holiday family film and
starring roles in two yet to be named thrillers. She is beyond excited to join the cast of
the mega-hit Canadian series Clutch as their youngest heroine!
Katya has made her mark as a leading actress in Vancouver and Toronto with television credits
including guest spots on X-FILES, 1-800-MISSING and THE OUTER LIMITS. She has worked with
critically acclaimed directors Bruce MacDonald and Jerry Ciccoritti in the series, THE CITY, Mina Shum
in BLISS, and Steve DiMarco in CHEATERS CLUB. Katya has also starred in numerous film projects
including David Krae’s The House and alongside Rob Lowe in Stir of Echoes: The Homecoming. She
now resides in Los Angeles, California.
Tom is the founding member of the sketch troupe Lester McFwap, and has performed hundreds
of original shows around the country as well as having completed the television pilot, 'McFwap!'.
Tom has written three screenplays including 'Village of the Darned' and 'Last Breath.'
He has also written for television, short films, and industrials. In addition to starring
in numerous short films, you may have seen Tom in commercials, guest star roles on television
(Arrested Development, Community, The Office, Spy TV, Gumbo) and independent films.
His stage career is extensive. Tom recently wrote for and starred in a two man sketch show with John Cleese called
'The Art of Football.'
Darrell Dennis appears in Clutch as a Human Trafficker, for whom nothing is more interesting than the "new meat days".
Darrell is a First Nations Actor/Writer/Comedian. He is best known for his roles in Northwood, Leaving Normal, The Rez, and host of Bingo and a Movie. Darrell was a member of The Second City National Touring Company and co-founded the all- Native comedy troupe Tonto’s Nephews. Darrell has performed stand-up at gala performances for the Winnipeg Comedy Festival and the Just For Laughs Festival as well as numerous appearances on CBC radio and CBC Television.
Douglas Kent is the award-winning author of The Better Built Bondage Book and the Complete Shibari series.
He also owns a cat.
Sarah Strong plays Danielle, a high school friend of Kylie (or at least she'd like to believe).
Sarah is a graduate of Humber’s Theatre Performance Program. Since graduating,
her love of acting has only grown and she has expanded her sights to film, television, as well as the internet.
She has had the pleasure of working on a number of fantastic short films including End of Paradise and Air Balloon Circus,
and can be seen in the SyFy network’s Paranormal Witness season 2 episode 1 The Man in the Attic.
And, let us not forget a guest spot on the internet phenomenon known as Clutch.
Sarah is very thankful to everyone that has helped her along the way and is looking forward to all that lies ahead.
Anaďs Rozencwajg joins Season Two of Clutch as Cyd, a victim of the sex trade industry forced to work in one of Marcel's brothels and ready to take matters into her own hands when the opportunity presents itself.
Anaďs is an actress, model and occasional dramaturge with credits mainly in theatre. She holds a degree in theatre from York University. Some acting credits include Street Cents, The Treatment, Steel Magnolias, and Regrets (a one person show).
Cassie plays Christine, a former employee of Raven's at the fetish dungeon
(first seen in episode 106: Whip It, and then throughout Season 2). She's bad-ass in Clutch, but the exact opposite in life.
Cassie hails from Nova Scotia, and has a variety of experience in television, film, theatre and production.
She is a graduate of the Randolph Academy of the Arts, and Artistic Director of Crapshoot at Theatre Passe Muraille. She recently starred in a Toronto production of Avenue Q as Kate Monster/Lucy.
Afroz delights as Mike's Landlord, just one of the many people wanting Mike to pay up.
A Science graduate and a successful stage actor from Mumbai, India, Afroz believes that the best way to act is “never to act, just be yourself”. Acting is his passion and he constantly strives to raise the pedestal on his work.
Afroz has been a radio host on FM101.3 and AM1650, and a television host for Rogers - South Asian Focus TV and TV One Canada.
He has acted in about 20 short and student films, many of which have been nominated for awards in the festival circuit.
Kelly Preeper plays Carolina, one of the girls in Bridgette's cathouse who would rather avoid any more trouble. She's happy to do things on her own terms, and believes if you stay under the radar, you won't get tagged.
Kelly is an accomplished actor, singer, dancer and…cupcake maker. Among her many musical theatre roles, she played the lead in Everybody Dies! , a "horror musical" which opened to rave reviews in Toronto. She also co-directed and starred in the feature Dead Saints which won Best Dramatic Feature at the DIY Film Festival.