Cast and Crew from Supernatural Drama ‘Lost Girl’ to Star at London Comic Con
Red hot fantasy-noir show Lost Girl is coming to MCM London Comic Con later this month, with stars Ksenia Solo, Rachel Skarsten and Executive Producer Jay Firestone. Get the lowdown on one of TV’s most seductive series!
Produced by Prodigy Pictures and airing on Syfy UK, Lost Girl tells the story of charismatic and beautiful Bo (Anna Silk), a Succubus who feeds off of sexual energy, sometimes with fatal results. Growing up with human parents, Bo has no reason to believe she’s anything other than the girl next door – until she drains her boyfriend to death. While on the run, Bo discovers she is one of the ‘Fae’, creatures of legend who pass as humans while feeding off them secretly, as they have for millennia. Bo is forced to side with either the Dark or the Light Fae clans, but she stubbornly refuses to choose and remains an unaligned renegade who fights for the underdog, while searching for the truth about her mysterious origins.
Two-time Gemini Award winner Ksenia Solo (Black Swan, Life Unexpected) plays Kenzi, Bo’s street-smart and fiercely loyal human best friend. Kenzi’s savvy and cynical nature makes her very protective of Bo. A human in a world of Fae, Kenzi is vulnerable, but her skills and heart have made her an integral part of the Fae world.
Rachel Skarsten (Transporter: The Series, Birds Of Prey) plays Tamsin, a Valkyrie mercenary and bounty hunter. Tamsin’s has a tough-as-nails attitude, but at her core she’s a much more complex and emotional Fae with lifetimes of hardship under her belt.
Award-winning Executive Producer Jay Firestone is the founder and president of Prodigy Pictures, a leader in the production of quality film, television, and cross-platform media. Prodigy has currently wrapped production of the fourth season of Lost Girl and is also responsible for the Franco-Canadian co-production XIII: The Series. Jay’s other credits include Andromeda, Relic Hunter, Mutant X and La Femme Nikita. Prodigy is currently developing an adaptation of the seminal cyberpunk novel Neuromancer, as well as fantasy series Bedtime Stories and a sprawling space epic based on the titular comic Dark Matter.