Toronto, ON – August 20, 2014
Actor Craig Arnold stars in the Canadian drama feature film Wet Bum, making its world premiere during the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday, September 7, 2014 at the Isabel Bader Theatre (93 Charles Street).
Written and directed by Lindsay MacKay, Wet Bum shares the story of an awkward teenage outcast named Sam (2014 TIFF Rising Star Julia Sarah Stone) as she develops unlikely friendships with two residents at the retirement home run by her mother. Playing Lukas, Craig’s character is an enticing young man who begins a relationship with Sam that quickly turns dangerous.
“Toronto comes to life during TIFF; it’s an incredible honour to be a part of the festival for the second time with Wet Bum,” says Craig Arnold. “I can’t wait to celebrate the premiere with the best and brightest of Canadian and international film this time around.”
In 2012 Craig made his feature film debut during the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of Blackbird, the story of an alienated teenager whose online threat ignites a firestorm of fear in a small community.
Widely recognized for his role on Emmy nominated television series Degrassi: The Next Generation as Luke Baker, Craig’s character is athletic, handsome, and above all, a devout Christian whose teenage urges often get the better of him, despite his attempts to remain dedicated to his faith.
Craig’s work can also be seen in CTV’s Spun Out and Played, Global’s Bomb Girls and The Firm, CBC’s Heartland, Showcase’s Lost Girl and King, and Syfy’s Haven.
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