Both Kindall Charters and Rachael George are working aboriginal actors who graduated from NIC’s Film Acting Conservatory Program.


 

Both Kindall Charters and Rachael George are working aboriginal actors who graduated from New Image College’s Film Acting Conservatory Program. Rachael has been creating plays, music and acting in film since and Kindall has started to garner some great acting roles. Both he and Rachael are acting in the film called “THE BEAST” directed by Kait Redcrow. We are so excited for them both!

Please find Kindalls BIO: Originating from Merritt B.C. Kindall is an Nlaka’pamux First Nation. He hitch hiked to Vancouver and lived in the Covenant House (Youth Shelter) to pursue his dream of being an actor. He is grateful for the Covenant’s house guidance and support at the beginning of his career. Kindall first started his acting debut as a background performer and has been gaining experience. Since 2009, he has played multiple leads and supporting roles in film such as “Sammy” on Amir Aghelnegiad’s “A Safe Place”, and “First Indian” in Thomas Arlsan’s German western feature film “Gold” both premiering late 2013. Kindall’s most recent work was portraying the role of “Stephano” in Shakespeare’s “The Tempest”. Although he has encountered obstacles and adversity on his journey he is now pursuing his dreams and finding joy in the process! Kindall resides in Vancouver, where he recently completed a two-year degree in film and television at New Image College of Fine Arts.
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