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“Research shows that when a television show about suicide airs, there are people who copycat what they see on TV because they think it’s glamorous.” But it was important to tackle the subject, because teen suicide was on the rise in 1991.
This weekend, Fan Expo Vancouver invites stans from all generations to congregate for a high school reunion with the actors – Pat Mastroianni, Stacie Mistysyn, Stefan Brogren, and Kirsten Bourne – who made Joey Jeremiah, Caitlin Ryan, Snake and Tessa Campanelli household names.“We would tell them if our character wouldn’t say that, or if it didn’t sound real, or what would be a more realistic outcome,” she says. I think our wardrobe came from the Salvation Army or Goodwill.That realism separated was a great show at the time as well, but not a lot of people could relate to going to school in Hollywood or driving fancy cars or being dressed to the nines,” says Mastroianni. It looked more like a documentary than a slick show.” Mastroianni, Mistysyn, Brogren, and Bourne are appearing at Fan Expo Vancouver as part of a tour that’s taking them across the country. It’s like a reunion, because seeing me makes them feel, ‘Dude, we made it, we made it through our awkward teenage years, we’re grown-ups now.’” Pro-tips: Marathon full episodes of on Degrassi’s official You Tube channel, and keep up to date with the OG Degrassi gang via the Degrassi Tour’s Facebook page.Kippel and Epstein, 28, played dreamy Gavin "Spinner" Mason and Craig Manning, respectively.
The trio were also joined by Adamo Ruggiero, who played the show's first openly gay character, Marco.kids may have graduated, but they still are close pals!