From the stages of Vancouver's theaters, to film and television screens, to national radio ads, and to the vibrant worlds within Saturday morning cartoons, Adrian Petriw's career has proved to be as diverse as his range as a performer.  With the support of his family and mentors like Babz Chula, Kate Twa, and John Cassini, he began to work as a professional actor in his adolescence, and has since appeared in dozens of film and television projects such as AMC's Hell on Wheels, The Killing and CW's Arrow. He also co-founded Blind Pig Theatre, lent his voice to numerous major animated franchises and hundreds of radio, web and TV commercials, and even pursued a History degree at Simon Fraser University.