Supporting Cast

Amber Steinman

Mary Beth The Baker

Season 2

Amber is excited to be working with Regan and the crew again! She was last seen in Harmony Love Matches For Life Inc. Other film credits include Parasidium (Propaganda Films) and 15 (B.N.T Productions). Selected theatre credits include Laura in The Glass Menagerie, Joan of Ark in The Lark (SCP) and Constanza Weber in Amadeus. Next she is excited to be taking the role of Nina in Checkov’s The Seagull. Amber has also written, produced and performed her successful one-woman show, Retail.

Sean Tasson


Production Assistant
Season 1/2/3

Sean Tasson is an actor, dancer, performer, production manager and graphic artist. Sean has appeared in The Curious Savage, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Stepping Out (a play he produced and starred in at 17), and Babe Ruth Comes to Pickle River to name a few. Sean also originated roles in three Canadian plays. In addition to his work on the stage (his first love), Sean has appeared on television for CBC and in several Regan Latimer projects. Sean is pleased to be part of the Fletcher family.

Jonathan Thomas


Season 1/2/3

Jonathan Thomas is an actor, singer, freelance photographer, and designer. Jonathan has appeared in several of Regan Latimer’s films, including the short film Harmony Loves Matches For Life Inc. which just had it’s debuted at the 2008 Great Lakes Independent Film Festival where it was nominated for Best Gay/Lesbian Short Film. Theatre credits include The Fantasticks for Encore Entertainment.

Jonathan also acts as production photographer on Fletcher. He is thrilled to FINALLY have the chance to play a bad guy, and is pleased to be apart of the Fletcher family.

Alexandra Tigchelaar

Consuela The Waitress

Season 3

Alexandra Tigchelaar is co-founder of the cabaret theatre company Operation Snatch (formerly known as The Scandelles) and has been writing, creating and performing with the company since 2000. Alex studied creative writing and English literature at Concordia University but was most inspired as a writer and performer by her many years working in Montreal and Toronto’s strip clubs. It was in this furtive environment that she found her creative voice, along with a keen interest in unorthodox performance and social spaces.

Alex has been a nationally syndicated sex columnist since 1994 and has written extensively about sexuality for many local and national publications. She writes all of Operation Snatch’s productions and enjoys the progression of creation from intimate to collaborative. Notable productions are Under the Mink, Les Demimondes, Who’s Your Dada, Neon Nightz and The Death Show. Alex also wrote the script for a short porn film in collaboration with Bruce LaBruce called Give Piece of Ass a Chance, which starred The Scandelles and screened at over 20 international film festivals.

She has held many odd and wonderful jobs in the field of human sexuality, from penning an erotic comic for Eros Comics called Beatrix Dominatrix, to teaching teens about sexuality, to hosting erotic events to performing as a go-go dancer with Rick Mercer on the CBC’s 60th anniversary show. For two years she sat on the board of directors of Maggie’s, an organization dedicated to the rights of sex workers and now works for sex worker rights organizations as a volunteer event planner and fundraiser. She has given several lectures on sex workers rights and decriminalization to academic and social institutions, most recently for Treehouse Talks in Toronto.

Yes, the rumours are true: she did beg to be on Fletcher.

Meg Walter

Mrs Diane Cooper

Season 3

Meg is a veteran of stage and screen here in Canada and also in England and the USA. She has performed on Broadway, in London’s West End and at the Stratford Festival. Selected musical theatre credits include The Sound of Music, Annie, My Fair Lady, The Music Man, Funny Girl, Oliver, Bye Bye Birdie, On The Town, No Strings, West Side Story, Mame and South Pacific. She performed at the renowned Crest Theatre with Donald Davis. Meg was also in King Lear at Stratford directed by Richard Monette.
She has appeared in many television programmes for the BBC, CTV and the CBC. Her work onscreen includes Sue Thomas F. B. Eye, The Ron James Show, Fairfield Road, Charlie and Me, The Tommy Hunter Show and The Wayne and Schuster Show. In the UK Meg has worked in films with such esteemed directors as Ronald Neame and Ken Russell. It is a pleasure to have Meg on the Fletcher roster.

Guy Yarkoni

Tyler York

Season 1

Guy Yarkoni is a Trained Actor and Singer and a professional Realtor. Though a busy career in Real Estate has been the main focus of Guy’s world over the past four years, he still manages to find some wonderful pportunities to expose his artistic side. Guy has been very fortunate to recently appear as the title role in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat at the Toronto Centre for the Performing Arts and is one of the main characters in Surviving Crooked Lake, a feature film due in US theatres this summer. A big fan of the Fletcher series, Guy is thrilled to be appearing as a guest role—thank you, Regan!

Patricia Yeatman

Mrs. Drew

Season 1/2/3

Theatre credits include: Sexy Laundry (New Stages, Peterborough), The Long Weekend (Maho Resort, St. Maarten), Blessings in Disguise, The Glass Menagerie and Kingdom of Earth (Touchmark Theatre), Separate Beds (Showboat Festival/Stage 237 Kingston), Self-Help (Theatre Aquarius/Stage West), Death And The Maiden and Driving Miss Daisey  (Sudbury Theatre Centre), Perfect Pie (Bluewater Playhouse), It Had To Be You (Victoria Playhouse) and House of Blue Leaves (Theatre Newfoundland-Labrador/Theatre Aquarius).

For First Stages Theatre: Nana in For The Pleasure of Seeing Her Again. She has a long association with Michel Tremblay’s For The Pleasure of Seeing Her Again having co-starred in 4 separate productions. Her other acclaimed solo shows: Shirley Valentine and The Search for Intelligent Signs of Life in the Universe. Film & Television: Jeff Limited, The Associates, Blue Murder, Riverdale, Different, The Bridal Path (Toronto/Montreal Film Festivals), Blood and Straw (Winner: Minneapolis Film Festival) and Camille with Sienna Miller.