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Congratulations to all our members who are nominated for a 2016 Leo Award - The Nominees for Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Motion Picture are… Cameron Mcdonald No Men Beyond This Point Garwin Sanford The Birdwatcher David Nykl The Devout Ryan Mcdonell The Devout The Nominees for Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Motion Picture are… Balinder Johal Beeba Boys Mary Galloway Fire Song […]
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Winners of the Sam Payne Awards for 2015 announced by UBCP/ACTRA - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Vancouver – May 4th, 2016 Winners of the Sam Payne Awards for 2015 announced by UBCP/ACTRA Thirty three years after his death, the legacy left by Sam Payne continues to be applauded by the British Columbia acting community. One of Canada’s well loved and respected professional actors, Sam Payne is remembered not only for his contribution to Canadian theatre, film, radio and television, but also for his personal attributes, which included humanity, artistic integrity and encouragement of new talent.
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The UBCP/ACTRA offices have moved - We are now located at 300-380 W. 2nd Avenue, Vancouver, BC  V5Y 1C8
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Laurie McAllister elected to SCAPR board, May 30th, 2016 - Laurie McAllister has been elected to the Board of Societies’ Council for the Collective Management of Performers’ Rights (SCAPR).
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Delegates from 40 countries gather at SCAPR General Assembly in Toronto, May 24th, 2016 - Delegates from 40 countries are in Toronto Canada this week for the international general assembly of the Societies’ Council for the Collective Management of Performers’ Rights (SCAPR).
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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

Representing nearly 5,000 of the most experienced and skilled Performers in the world, UBCP supplies professional actors, stunt people, singers, dancers, puppeteers, voices, background persons, and a multitude of other types of Performers, for every form of recorded media in existence. Our expertise extends from feature films to TV, from radio commercials to animated voices, […]
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