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The guilt is the same and talking over each other is the same."The series has settled into a steady ratings performer for CBC-TV, attracting between 600,000 and 700,000 viewers Mondays at 9 p.m.
since debuting against stiff competition on the night of the world junior hockey championships, Jan. Karpluk, 30, was born in Jasper, Alta., and graduated from the University of Victoria with a bachelor of fine arts in theatre. In university, I was accepted into the theatre program and my mom says, `The hell you are.'"Mom was the principal of the high school; her father and brother both work on the railroad.
Erin next starred as 'Erica' in the hit CBC series Being Erica, with four seasons airing in over 180 countries.
In 2009, Erin received the Gemini Award for Best Actress, and the following spring, she won the 2010 Leo Award for Best Lead Actress in a dramatic series for her work on the show.
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In 2012, Erin starred in the highly anticipated mini-series, Delete, with Seth Green and Gil Bellows, as well as the feature film Bailout in which she starred alongside Dominic Purcell and Edward Furlong.In 2014, she has also been seen in CTV's Saving Hope in its second season, and had a major recurring guest arc on ABC/Global's Rookie Blue that will air on ABC this spring.