GTA, Ontario, Canada
About the HPN GTA Team
Audra Yulanda Gray-Choy is a graduate from the University of Windsor with Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Acting and Post Graduate Diploma in Classical Acting from the London Academy of Music Dramatic Art in England. She has also received a Masters In Divinity from Tyndale University and Seminary. She is a full member of Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists (ACTRA) and Canadian Actor’s Equity Association (CAEA). Her credits include NBC’s “Taken” and “Hannibal”, “The Listener” (Shaftsbury Films) and “Orphan Black” (Temple Street). She is currently working on writing and producing several projects.
Audra is also the creative director for Adonai Creative Arts, an initiative dedicated to encouraging the development of arts and creativity in the community.
Diane L. Johnstone was born and raised in Fairfield County, Connecticut and migrated to Toronto, about 20 years ago. She’s a dual-citizen.
Diane has written and performed 4 one-woman shows. The most recent, “Desperate Church Wives” garnered a Canadian Comedy Award nomination, for Best One Person Show! DCW is loosely based on the story of Prophet Hosea and his prostitute wife, Gomer. Diane’s written the TV pilot for it and is currently fine tuning the script.
Diane is a full-time actress and a member of ACTRA and CAEA; also listed on IMdb. She has been on TV series such as, CBS’s “Salvation”, Man Seeking Woman, 12 Monkeys, SyFy’s “Warehouse 13”, and NBC’s “Taken”, to name a few. She has been featured on The Morning Show, 100 Huntley Street and See, Hear, Love. Diane also does a bit of stand-up, using her cleaver style to spread the gospel, while making people laugh.
She coaches actors under the request and instruction of Hollywood actress, Tasha Smith, which Tasha created using some techniques from her mentor, Ivana Chubbuck.
Diane, along with her husband, lead the Love and Marriage class at their church. She is an Ordained Minister and has a Bachelor’s in Theology. Diane is the first woman to be the main guest speaker at Today’s Teen Conference.
Bronwyn Angley is a writer, actor and teacher from Regina, Saskatchewan. She has studied at the University of Regina, the Globe Theatre and Act One in Hollywood. She joined Hollywood Prayer Network after living in LA and falling in love with the city and the people. Bronwyn is passionate about creating new work, servant leadership, social justice and making beautiful things onstage or film. She serves at her church, Liberty Grace, in whatever capacity is required but her favourite is singing in worship.