Oliver Pigott is a musician, actor and songwriter. He's written hundreds of songs in his career, toured and recorded worldwide and acted on both stage and screen. Beginning with a BMG Canada publishing deal in 2002, Oliver's time in the entertainment business has seen him as frontman for projects of varying genres, from folk/pop to country, electronic, soul and hard rock. He's worked with industry luminaries like Nick Tauber (Thin Lizzy, UFO), Doc McKinney (The Weeknd, Esthero) and Dean McTaggart (Wynonna Judd, Amanda Marshall) and recorded in premier studios, including Abbey Road in London, England and CBC Studios in Toronto, Canada. He also appeared as a finalist, alongside his brother Sebastian, on the closing season of Canadian Idol. The two went on to perform and record internationally as The Pigott Brothers, writing two songs for the CBC series Being Erica, in which Sebastian starred. Oliver's voice was featured in the song "Elevator", from the hit Family Channel series The Next Step. He starred in the feature film Lost Angels (which also featured his music), as well as the short film Hum. Oliver currently spends his time between Toronto and Nashville writing and collaborating with other artists, including his wife in their duo Lamblion.
LambLion's music and performance style is characterized by romance, theatrical playfulness and intoxicating chemistry.
Danka earned an Honours BFA in Theatre Arts from Drake University in the United States. She trained and performed in theatre in New York City and Chicago before returning to Toronto to serve as the Artistic Director of the Sterling Theatre Company. Danka is currently represented by Fountainhead Talent. When not acting, directing or making music in LambLion, Danka creates filmed content with her independent production company, PigPenProductions. Most recently, she created "The Big Deal", a mockumentary about the music biz. She has directed music videos for Toronto indie bands, The Celebration Army and LambLion. In March 2017, the video she created for LambLion was nominated for best music video at TIFA - Toronto Independent Film Awards.