Check out screen captures of Tori as Rebecca from the popular show Smallville which aired back in 2004.
Hey guys! I thought with Tori busy filming her new projects that I would try to fill the quiet here on the site with screen captures from her previous projects through the years. So, without further ado I’m happy to announce I’ve added captures of Tori as the young Meredith Davies from her brief appearance in the pilot episode of the once popular show Tru Calling starring Eliza Dushku which aired back in 2003. Tori was just 15 at the time.
You can view them in the gallery now.
I absolutely love this shoot. Tori looks so beautiful!
Congratulations Tori! I’m so excited for you!
No Tomorrow‘s Tori Anderson has booked a recurring role on Blindspot, EW has learned exclusively.
The actress will play Blake, a charming socialite that Roman (Luke Mitchell) strikes up a friendship with, but his motives may be more complicated than we first believe.
Could Blake be a potential love interest for Roman? “Blake is an incredibly smart and charming business woman and sparks fly when she meets Roman for the first time,” executive producer Martin Gero teases.
In case you didn’t know ‘Caught’ will premiere in March of 2018!
Congratulations, Tori! Looking forward to it’s premiere next year!
Allan Hawco (Republic of Doyle, The Book of Negroes) returns to CBC with CAUGHT (5×60), a new series set in 1978. Locked up after a drug deal goes wrong, David Slaney (Hawco) makes a daring break from a New Brunswick prison to attempt one more deal with his former partner (Eric Johnson) – all this with a dogmatic police officer, Patterson (Paul Gross), at his heels. It’s Slaney’s last chance at freedom – but in this tale of bravado and betrayal, nothing is what it seems and no one can be trusted. The series stars Allan Hawco along with Paul Gross (Alias Grace, Hyena Road, Passchendaele), Tori Anderson (Open Heart, No Tomorrow), Eric Johnson (Fifty Shades Darker, The Knick, Smallville), Charlotte Sullivan (Chicago Fire, Disappearance), Greg Bryk (Bitten, Frontier) and Enuka Okuma (Rookie Blue, Battle of Sexes).
A CBC original series, CAUGHT is adapted from Lisa Moore’s acclaimed novel and produced by Take The Shot Productions. Hawco will star in the series and serve as showrunner. Executive producers include AllanHawco, Perry Chafe, John Vatcher, Alex Patrick, Peter Blackie, Rob Blackie and Michael Levine. The series will start production in Newfoundland in spring 2017.
The CW has made it official, canceling softly rated freshman dramas Frequency and No Tomorrow.
Both series got off to a slow start in the fall and neither got a back order — the first time in the CW’s 11-year history that no new fall series received a full-season order.
Neither No Tomorrow, based on a Brazilian format, nor Frequency, based on the 2000 movie, got traction despite a marketing push and strong lead-ins. The shows averaged a paltry 0.26-0.27 adults 18-49 Live+same day rating for their 13-episode seasons.
There was a little window for Frequency and No Tomorrow to come back if they had a big spike in their Netflix runs this spring, but that did not happen. Meanwhile, the CW brass are said to like all six of the network’s pilots, making for a very tough field with six strong contenders. With nine existing scripted series already renewed for next season, the fates of Frequency and No Tomorrow were sealed.
Congratulations to Tori and the rest of the cast of No Tomorrow for the nomination!
The Monte Carlo TV Festival has unveiled the nominees for its 57th Golden Nymph Awards. There is a varied range of international fare in the mix, and also a crop of recognizable names — some of which haven’t found big awards attention domestically.
Notably, it’s interesting to see the CW’s No Tomorrow, which did only 13 episodes and is facing cancellation, nominated in the Comedy Series category. So is NBC’s Superstore, now in its 3rd season, but with no major mentions at home.
Tired of the criminal justice system constantly trying to destroy the evidence of your sexual assault? Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black) introduces “The Sexual Assault Survivor’s Utility Belt”, the perfect accessory that gives you all the tools you’ll need to keep that Rape Kit where it belongs!
Bright young thing
Statuesque and photogenic, with a megawatt smile, Tori Anderson makes the perfect subject for a splashy poolside Watch! photo shoot. In these gorgeous web-exclusive photos, the blonde bombshell and star of The CW’s No Tomorrow, embodies living in the moment. In the series, Tori’s risk-averse and regimented character Evie Covington has traded caution for a more carefree life with the help of a free-spirited new friend. Get to know Tori in these fun interview nuggets and check out this lively behind-the-scenes video.
Tori Anderson was born in Edmonton, Alberta and raised on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. The second youngest from a family of five children, Tori and her siblings grew up immersed in the arts and tasked with endless farm chores.
Tori Anderson got her acting start in her home country of Canada. At 15, she landed her first professional gig in a pilot episode of the sci-fi drama series Tru Calling. After high school, she moved to Toronto to pursue acting and received a BFA from York University’s Acting Conservatory.
Tori knows how to diversify
Her recent television credits include a recurring role as Sabine on Killjoys and a lead role on The Other Kingdom. On the big screen, Tori Anderson has appeared in the films Killing Daddy, The Mermaid Chair, To Have and to Hold and Cable Beach.
Tori Anderson and co-star Joshua Sasse went out to dinner a few times before shooting No Tomorrow just to get to know each other and help spark good onscreen chemistry.
“Romance is what drags her in,” muses Tori about her No Tomorrow character Evie Covington. “It’s like an electric shock that surges through her body; she’s never felt that kind of connection with someone.”
One of Tori Anderson’s favorite moments working on No Tomorrow: the first table read with the people behind the show, including co-creator Corinne Brinkerhoff and executive producer Scott McCabe. “It was amazing to hear the story come alive,” says Tori. “A great moment seeing all the characters who are so zany and fun become these three-dimensional people.”
Tori Anderson thinks that Evie Covington’s carpe diem awakening has a trickle-down effect with the other characters in the show. “You see them either breaking out of their shell or just going after what they want—not sitting back and letting their life pass them by.”
In real life, this “seize the day” attitude resonates with Tori Anderson and her acting career aspirations as well. “I’m so grateful it actually has happened, because there’s a lot of really talented actors out there that don’t get a shot and it’s sad,” she shares. “But you have to keep going after your dream, keep chasing it.”