Review #5 – Fringe – And Those We’ve Left Behind with Anna Torv

Another fun review of Fringe, well they have done it again with a new story line on time and time lines. This time they are going to mess with Peters mind it would appear. But, I look forward to it and hope you enjoy the review.

Description – The Fringe team must find the pattern between tragic time loop anomalies. As the investigation unfolds, Raymond, an electrical engineer, and his wife Kate, a professor of theoretical physics, enter the picture.

Anna Torv as Olivia Dunham

Anna was born in Melbourne in 1978 and moved to Sydney, but she spent her teen years on the Gold Coast. Since graduating from NIDA Australia’s National Institute of Dramatic Art in 2001, Anna has performed on stage with the Bell Shakespeare Company. Her debut was being the lead female in the theatre production of The Credeaux Canvas.

Joshua Jackson as Peter Bishop

Joshua’s mother is Fiona Jackson, a casting director. She took him to his first casting call hoping to discourage him from wanting to become an actor. He has a younger sister named Aisleagh. He also has two half brothers named Corey and Lyman from his dad’s second marriage. Joshua’s grandparents were opera singers in Dublin, Ireland.
Joshua has dual-citizenship (Canada/US). He spent the first eight years of his life living in California. When he was eleven, he decided that he wanted to be an actor. Joshua

John Noble as Dr. Walter Bishop

As Artistic Director of the ‘Stage Company of S.A.’ for ten years, John Noble was involved in South Australia’s cultural explosion in the 1970’s and 80’s. He performed with all of the States major arts companies. He also directed on London’s West End (David Williamson’s Sons of Cain), and acted in an award winning production at the Edinburgh Festival in Scotland (Rob George’s Errol Flynn’s Great Big Adventure Book For Boys). He was a cultural guest in Texas as part of S.A’s sesquicentennial sister-state celebrations in 1985, and in 1986 represented Australia at the New Zealand Playwrights Conference in Christchurch.