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Errol Sitahal is an actor for stage, television and film. He is also a writer and director of documentaries and TV dramas. His documentary features include writing and directing the Canadian Auto Workers’ ‘They Are Us’, which took him to the war-ravaged mountain communities of Chalatenango, El Salvador, and his independently produced ‘Bali, Altar of the Gods’, shot in Bali, Indonesia and now archived by Planet-in-Focus.


Errol’s video drama ‘Malini’ which he wrote and directed from a story by Canadian novelist Rabindranath Maharaj has been selected for screening at this year’s Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival.


A versatile and widely experienced TV, screen and stage-actor in Canada and the Caribbean, Errol’s film credits include Ramdass in Warner Bros’ ‘A Little Princess’, Kumar’s Dad in the ‘Harold and Kumar’ movies, principal regulars in Canada’s TV series ’11 Cameras’ and ‘How to be Indie’.


Errol’s last stage appearances have been as Singh in Tony Hall and David Rudder’s ‘Brand New Lucky Diamond Horseshoe Club’ at Queen’s Hall, and as the Healer in Rabindranath Tagore’s ‘The Post Office’ at Toronto’s Pleiades Theatre/Canadian Stage Company in May of this year.(2011)


He is currently working on the script for a new feature-film with long-time friend and collaborator, Trillium award-winning novelist Rabindranath Maharaj.


Errol lives in Piparo, Trinidad.




DOUBLES WITH SLIGHT PEPPER - Dhani leaves the hospital. Image by Elizabeth Harnarine



Based in Trinidad, Sanjiv Boodhu has starred in numerous stage productions under the direction of Azard Daniel, including Zingay and School Project.


Sanjiv is currently shooting a 13 episode series entitled Island Saga for Trinidadian television. He is a student at the Law School of The University of the West Indies.




DOUBLES WITH SLIGHT PEPPER - Sumintra looks at her ex-husband. Image by Elizabeth Harnarine



SUSAN was trained as an actor and in Stage Craft and History of the Theatre by Sonya Moze. Her professional career has spanned 25 years during which time she has worked with most of the Production Companies in Trinidad and Tobago. On television she has appeared in six seasons of Westwood Park. Her film credits include The Ghost of Hing King Estate and Flight of the Ibis.


Susan has garnered an astounding four Cacique awards for her stage performances in The Killing of Sister George, Bedside Manners, The Odd Couple and Beef no Chicken.