What is a fanlisting?
A fanlisting is simply an online list of fans of a subject, such as a TV show, actor, or musician, that is created by an individual
and open for fans from around the world to join. There are no costs, and the only requirements to join a fanlisting are your name
and country. Fanlistings do not have to be large sites (although some are), they are just a place where you can sign up with other
Source: The Fanlistings Network
Being Human is a remake of the original BBC science fiction series of the same name. It follows a vampire, a werewolf, and a ghost who just want to feel human again. Set in Boston, the show is filmed in Montreal, Quebec and stars Sam Witwer, Sam Huntington, and Meaghan Rath as the Aiden the vampire, Josh the werewolf, and Sally the Ghost. The show premiered on January 17th, 2011, and airs Monday nights on Space (Canada) and Syfy (US).
Aidan has worked as a nurse in a hospital in Boston for the past several years. He likes working in a job where he can
hopefully do some good and help people. He also finds comfort in laying people to rest, in helping them find the peace
in death that he will never know.
Source: Space Channel
Josh's bright future was hijacked when he was turned into a werewolf and forced to abandon his family and the life he
once knew with no explanation. He established a lonely existence on the fringes of society, escaping to the woods each
full moon for his excruciating transformation into a werewolf. Then he met Aidan, whose friendship allowed the funny,
neurotic, loyal Josh to re-emerge — and with it, the prospect of a normal life. With Aidan's help, Josh secured a
job as an orderly in the hospital. Though nothing close to the future he had in med school, Josh takes solace that at
least he's working in the medical profession.
Source: Space Channel
Growing up, Sally was often forced to be tough and, as a result, she was a young woman who didn't take a lot of flack.
She thought of working at the UN, or at the very least going to grad school. While in college, she fell in love with
Danny and they became engaged right after graduation. Sally and Danny moved into the townhouse now occupied by Josh,
Aidan (and the ghost, Sally). In life Sally was vivacious, smart, funny and driven. In death she is much the same,
though her early demise finds her floundering for answers.
Source: Space Channel
Whether she was willing to or not, an accidental scratch from Josh pushed Nora head first into the world of werewolf.
Nora's been through a lot - she's suffered a miscarriage and has endured a topsy turvy romance with Josh. And although it's been a bumby ride,
Nora's learning how to embrace the new normal one day at a time.
Source: SyFy Channel
Cast & Crew
Sam Witwer (Aiden)
To science-fiction fans, Sam Witwer is many things. Sam began his work in the genre playing the memorable role of "Lt. Crashdown" on Battlestar Galactica. Not long after, Sam landed his first lead in a major feature film, starring as Wayne Jessup in Frank Darabont's adaptation of Stephen King's, The Mist. Sam then appeared as a series regular on CW's Smallville, playing the pivotal role of Davis Bloom/Doomsday.
Fans of Star Wars and the gaming community will also recognize Sam as Darth Vader's vengeful apprentice, StarKiller. Through high-tech digital referencing and motion capture, Sam has become the voice and face of LucasArts' The Force Unleashed. He has also done extensive voice work for the fan-favorite Clone Wars animated series, the second season of which will air on Cartoon Network in 2011.
While most fans know Sam for his work in the sci-fi genre, he also recently finished two independent features, starring opposite Talia Shire in The Return of Joe Rich and David Strathairn and Edoardo Ballerini in No God, No Master.
Sam Huntington (Josh)
Sam Huntington began his career in the entertainment industry as an actor on stage at the prestigious Peterborough Players in his native New Hampshire. There, he performed over four seasons in such roles as Jem in To Kill a Mockingbird, opposite James Rebhorn.
At the age of 13, he moved to New York, where he landed his first film role, starring alongside Tim Allen and Martin Short in Disney's Jungle 2 Jungle.
Huntington then moved on to such roles as Jam in New Line Cinema's Detroit Rock City, Ox in Columbia Pictures Not Another Teen Movie, and Dinkadoo Murphy in Thomas Hayden Church's Rolling Kansas.
In 2006, Huntington starred as Daily Planet cub reporter Jimmy Olsen in Bryan Singer's long-awaited take on the Man of Steel, Superman Returns. Additionally, Huntington has made several memorable television guest appearances including roles in Law and Order, CSI: Miami, CSI: New York, and Veronica Mars.
Huntington was most recently seen in the Weinstein Company's Fanboys, opposite Kristen Bell and Jay Baruchel.
Meaghan Rath (Sally)
A dynamic and versatile performer, Meaghan Rath is quickly emerging as one of the entertainment industry's brightest young talents.
Meaghan's previous television credits include the role of Adena Stiles on the hit Canadian series 15/Love, a role she played for three seasons and for which she earned a 2006 Gemini Award for Best Performance in a Youth or Children's Program or Series. Her other television credits include a starring role as Rigby on The Assistants and guest starring roles in The Disney Channel's Aaron Stone and CBC's 18 To Life.
In addition to her television roles, Meaghan appeared in the independent feature film Prom Wars, opposite Alia Shawkat, Ricky Ullman and Rachel Lefevre, as well as in Lea Pool's 2001 Sundance Film Festival hit Lost and Delirious.
More Cast & Crew
|Gianpaolo Venuta||as Danny|
|Mark Pellegrino||as Bishop|
|Vincent Leclerc||as Marcus|
|Angela Galuppo||as Bridget|
|Kristen Hager||as Nora|
|Alison Louder||as Emily|
|Sarah Allen||as Rebecca Flynt|
|Created by||Toby Whithouse|
|Developed by||Jeremy Carver, Anna Fricke|
|Series Directed by||Adam Kane (3 episodes, 2011)|
|Paolo Barzman (2 episodes, 2011)|
|Charles Binamé (2 episodes, 2011)|
|Erik Canuel (2 episodes, 2011)|
|Jeremiah S. Chechik (2 episodes, 2011)|
|Jerry Ciccoritti (2 episodes, 2011)|
|Series Writing credits||Jeremy Carver (13 episodes, 2011)|
|Anna Fricke (13 episodes, 2011)|
|Toby Whithouse (13 episodes, 2011)|
|Chris Dingess (3 episodes, 2011)|
|Nancy Won (3 episodes, 2011)|
|Series Produced by||Adam Kane - co-executive producer (13 episodes, 2010-2011)|
|Michael Prupas - executive producer (13 episodes, 2010-2011)|
|Cari Davine - associate producer (13 episodes, 2011)|
|Elissa Lewis - associate producer (13 episodes, 2011)|
|Evan Tussman - associate producer (13 episodes, 2011)|
|Jeremy Carver - executive producer (1 episode, 2010-2011)|
|Anna Fricke - executive producer (1 episode, 2010-2011)|
|Irene Litinsky - producer (1 episode, 2010-2011)|