Michael Seater, Joe Dinicol and Alan Thicke join Cubicle Warriors

The indie feature about two grads trying to stop a crooked investment banker from closing a deal on student loans from director Jeff Stephenson is shooting in North Bay, Ontario.
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Michael Seater, Alan Thicke, Laura Vandervoort, Nicholas Campbell and Joe Dinicol are leads in the indie theatrical comedy Cubicle Warriors, now shooting in North Bay, Ontario.

Seater and Dinicol play best friend finance grads who attempt to stop a top investment banker, played by Thicke, from closing a crooked deal involving student loans.

Seater is shuttling between North Bay and Toronto, where he also has a role in the second season shoot for Bomb Girls from Muse Entertainment and Back Alley Film Productions for Global Television.

Vandervoort plays a lawyer on the deal, while Campbell plays Seater’s crazy father.

Cubicle Warriors is directed by Jeff Stephenson, and is based on a script by Robert Budreau and Adam Bradley for indie producer Lumanity Productions.

Budreau and Joe Boccia are producing.

Seater and Vandervoort are repped by Norbert Abrams at Noble Caplan Abrams, while Thicke is repped by Nigel Mikoski of Integral Artists.