Dean Eadie (right) with Mountain Men star Chase Crawford.

Local actor comes home to support Mountain Men film project

Dean Eadie, a partime resident of Revelstoke, returned earlier this month to work on the feature film Mountain Men

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Dean Eadie, a partime resident of Revelstoke, returned earlier this month to work on the feature film Mountain Men by producer Jason James and director Cam Labine, and starring Tyler Labine and Chase Crawford.

Eadie was asked to come and be featured in multiple secnes. You can catch him in one of the scenes filmed at the Frontier Restautaunt, owned by Matt Singh who “makes one hell of a broscht,” he said. Eadie also recruited two lead actresses Jill Maria Robinson and Melissa Heffernan from the show he’s on to volunteer for a local charity called Partners for Others run by Ray Brosseuk, from the TV show Gold Rush.

Eadie is a part of a project filmed in Calgary called Go Fish by Ghazal Alnahas. The show has been airing since December 2013 and is still currently airing on Shaw TV channel 10 in Calgary and Kamloops mutliple times a week. As well you can  stream it on livestream.com

“I happily came back to Revelstoke to support this Canadian produced project and to scout locations for my own project I have in development, about a character from here,” said Eadie. “I want to include some of the local talent and locations to help publicize my home town.”

You can check out the details of the show Go Fish, in which Dean Eadie plays multiple characters in the first sitcom shot and produced in Calgary to air.

Good luck to this small town boy working his way up to the big screen.

 

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