Quote Collective

  • I always had the dream of becoming Indiana Jones. I’ve been dressing like him since the age of 5.
  • (On his favorite instruments) My harmonica I bought in New Orleans, my mouth.. yes, my mouth is a very versatile instrument.
  • (On how his work has contributed to a) your development as a person and/or b) the lives of others?) My work has helped me realize my ability to take risks and see the reward in the small victories. This career can be very humbling. It’s important to me to always find the blessing and give thanks where it is due. I’m very fortunate to have found something I am passionate about and I’ve tried to be an advocate for others to believe that they can choose whatever career path they want.
  • (On his personal work philosophy) Be kind to everyone you encounter, they will always see the best in you.
  • (On his favorite sports) Ice Hockey, Floor hockey, road hockey, tonsil hockey, football, golf, every other sport.
  • (On what piece of advice he’d give to someone just starting out as an actor) It’s a lifelong journey, so pack a bag. Fill it with will. Fill it with desire. Leave no room for doubt or fear. Pack hair gel and a toothbrush too.
  • (On what motivates and inspires him) Great films. Storytelling has been in my family for generations (mostly long-winded joke telling), so I guess I have a fondness and deep appreciation for when its done proper. Watching good movies motivates me to want to make good movies. That’s how it all began!
  • (On the one thing he hopes to achieve) Get cast in Indiana Jones 5.
  • I always like to tell the story of one of the best decisions I’ve ever made which was moving to Toronto from Vancouver. It wasn’t the hardest decision anyone’s ever made. I feel like I’ve made harder decisions at the ice cream parlour. However at the time, I was sacrificing a lot of momentum that I had created in Vancouver, to chase a woman. Looking back on everything that’s happened since then, it was meant to be. Women, right?
  • (If he had it all to do over again, would he change anything) I would have taken more manual driving lessons.. On my first trip to visit this woman, I flew to Toronto and stole my older sisters car to drive to Kingston where this girl was going to school. I was nervous, anxious, excited; a cocktail that left little room for focusing on the road and lo and behold, I crashed into a concrete barrier. After the dust settled, I assessed the car and determined as I was, decided it was safe to drive. Back on the highway once again, the car began to shake. It rattled my arms numb for the entire 3 hour drive to Kingston. Upon arrival, I dropped the car off at the shop then later got a call from the mechanic saying that I was an idiot, and that the wheel could have snapped off at any point during my trip. Hate to sound redundant but hey, was meant to be.
  • (One piece of advice he would give to his own son) To be a good man, one must surround himself with good women.
  • Lund admits to being very emotional when the first season wrapped. “I can honestly say the last day on set I was crying all day,” he said, “Greg and I, we had probably a three-minute-long embrace in the parking lot. I was bawling. I didn’t want to say goodbye. I didn’t want to leave.”
  • Greyston Holt is apparently not a mopey, sour-faced, castrating psychopath. “I call him the nicest guy in Canada,” Lund said, “He’s so sweet. He’s just so lovable, I just wanna squeeze him. He’s such a great guy. He’ll take a bullet for anybody. I don’t think he’s brooded a day in his real life.”
  • Fans definitely wanted to know about the seduction scene between Nick and Amanda at his nightclub. But while it looked smooth on screen, Lund described himself as “so clumsy” during filming. He couldn’t get the wine bottle open, he almost dropped Kaitlyn Leeb (the actor who played Amanda), and he injured himself. “I had a kneepad on at one point,” he confessed.