But Aislinn unfortunately wasn’t confirmed as attending the day’s festivities, and as one half of the show’s most discussed couple, lovingly dubbed “EClare”, this a minor loss.
Especially because also there, glowing in 12-point Helvetica—gasp—Munro Chambers.
A set visit has meant many weeks of e-planning between Ology and Teen Nick’s midtown Manhattan offices and Epitome Pictures, located in the chilly city of Toronto in the frozen and foreign county of Canada.
We’re granted a guaranteed set number of interviews, a roster that nearly made my head spin: Luke Bilyk, Melinda Shankar, Chloe Rose, Annie Clark, Shanice Banton, who all turn out to be stunningly approachable and genuinely engaging, despite the fact that, you know, they’re the pin-ups of a 30-year television legacy, a physical part of Canadian TV history, and shamelessly good-looking in person.
She has wrapped filming Degrassi as of 2012, due to her character graduating.
She is close friends with Chloe Rose, Charlotte Arnold, Munro Chambers, AJ Saudin, Samantha Munro, and Cristine Prosperi.
The Degrassi fame Munro Chambers is an established actor and his caliber in acting just can't be questioned.
Not much is known about their past, childhood, education or parents and apart from acting these brothers also have got musical talents.
She has appeared in The Listener, How to be Indie, Overruled!
Annie graduated from Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute, a high school in Toronto, in 2010.
If that sounds extreme, these are the types of deliciously dramatic things that kids get into on Canada’s most popular teen export and Nickelodeon sister channel Teen Nick’s flagship series.
And Eli’s paramour, both as Aislinn and as Clare, an actress and a character, has grown leaps and bounds from a conservative, unsure nerdy girl in an acute hair bun to a bonafide teenage dream, a stylish femme with a haircut full of bounce and sass and a schedule of hookups and drama.