BLOODSTONE CITY CAST
Anna Westerman is a western enthusiast from central Minnesota. She farms full time, has a passion for animals and works at
a veterinary clinic, and loves to vacation in North Dakota on the historic Fort Seward wagon train.
Anna loves adventure, music, helping friends and family, and In her spare time she likes to write. That lead to writing
the script and making the film Providence Trails in 2020 for her grandfather. Her life motto is Col. 3:23, along with Hard
work builds lots of character. The more work you put into something, the more you will get out of it.
Rebekah Toeller, who played the role Bek in Providence Trails, was born and raised in SE Wisconsin. She has grown up performing
in church plays, musicals, and dramas. Providence Trails was her first full film she casted in and she enjoyed bringing her
experience of stage acting into the filming world.
Rebekah's love for dogs has lead to a career as an independent contractor groomer. She is active in her church as a musician,
singer, and children's ministry leader. Rebekah's passion, enthusiasm, and love for acting has given her more opportunities
to continue to stage act for kids events at her church.
Outside of work, she enjoys being outdoors, working out, and spending time with family and friends. She loves to travel
and has a goal to run in all 50 US States. So far, from 2017-2023, she has ran in 28 of the States. Rebekah is dedicated and
will continue to pursue her goals as well as make new ones along the way.
Craig Rainey was born in San Angelo, Texas September 15, 1962. He started his career in show business as a drummer and lead
vocalist in numerous country bands. He caught
the eye of an indie movie director when he was a part of the band in a bar scene. The director told him that the camera
liked him. Since then, Craig Rainey has amassed an
incredible 62 film projects, typically playing a cop or the heavy.
In one of his biggest roles, Craig was cast as the Ponderous Universe's arch villain, Collin Donovan in The Innocence
Saga. Craig played the wealthy evil oligarch in a ten feature length movie series. The ten features were filmed in 12 months:
a phenomenal body of work,
unmatched in the industry. He portrayed anchorman, Steve Highland in Ponderous Productions VOSOT. In the short film entitled
Heroic Journey of the Gay Man, Craig hosted the tongue-in-cheek immortal mythos story of a man's journey of awakening. He
played the main villain The Mayor in the grind-house cult film, The Return of Johnny V.
In his rare theatre performances, he appeared as Simon Stride in the musical Jekyll and Hyde, and he played the lead,
John Worthing, in The Importance of Being Earnest. His first leading film role came in the film noir feature, Portrait in
Sepia Tone, where he played Dr. Marshall Dekker. He was nominated for Best Male Lead Actor in a Feature Film.
He is a published fiction author with multiple novels in multiple genres; an award-winning screenwriter; a sales trainer
and motivational speaker; and former working cowboy and army veteran.
Sergio Cantu was born in San Antonio, TX in1965. A kid at heart and a jack of all trades and master of one, he added acting
to his list of skills in 1998 when he was asked if he would like to play the part of Peter in a Christian music video by Ray
Bolts in a Stephen Yake Production where he caught the acting bug.
He started taking acting lessons from Janice Dean of Actors Workshop West. He was an extra in several movies including
Two for Texas, Selena the movie, Homo Erectus and Rough Riders where he also worked as the assistant to the extras casting
director. He went on to perform on stage at the Steven Stoli's Play House, at the Alamo St. Dinner Theater, at S.T.A.G.E.,
The Woodlawn Theater and The Harlequin Dinner Theater in Fort Sam Houston.
Having OCD and ADHD he found stage acting too difficult, stating that "There is no mercy on the stage" and quit
stage acting. Soon after he met Brett William Mauser of Ponderous Productions. ( later, Not So Same Entertainment ) where
he played a variety of characters in Brett's movies.
He also built sets for Brett's, Produced, Casted and made props, becoming Prop Master for Ponderous Productions.
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Strong-featured Australian actor Vernon Wells was born December 1945 in Rushworth, rural Victoria, to Eva Maude (Jackson)
and Michael Wells. He initially worked in a quarry, and then as a salesman. He was noticed by casting agents and started to
appear in Australian TV commercials, print ads, local Australian TV shows such as "Homicide" and "Matlock Police".
His first cinema appearance was a minor role in Felicity (1978), a low budget, erotic fantasy film. However, Wells was
then fortunate to be cast as the homicidal biker "Wez", in the big budget The Road Warrior (1981) filmed around
Silverton near Broken Hill in outback New South Wales, Australia. It's the role for which he is probably best known to international
audiences, as Wells portrays a psychotic, post apocalyptic gang leader who relentlessly pursues hero Mel Gibson, before meeting
a spectacular death at the film's finale. Hollywood beckoned for Wells, and he spoofed his mad biker role in the popular teen
comedy Weird Science (1985), before taking on another villainous role as the treacherous ex-soldier "Bennett", who
foolishly double crosses Arnold Schwarzenegger in Commando (1985). Once more, Wells meets a dramatic end, as he is impaled
against a boiler at the film's conclusion, as big Arnold remarks "Let off some steam, Bennett".
Wells continued to find regular work as a "villain" of one description or another, predominantly in B-grade
thrillers or action films including Last Man Standing (1987), Circuitry Man (1990), Kick of Death (1997) and Starforce (2000).
The talented Wells then landed a recurring role as futuristic criminal "Ransik" in the highly popular "Power
Rangers" TV series, and subsequent series of films including _Power Rangers Time Force: Photo Finish (2001)_, _Power
Rangers Time Force: The End of Time (2002)_ and _Power Rangers Time Force: Dawn of Destiny (2002)_.
Jeff began acting when joining the troupe at Dogwood Pass Wild West town playing Doc Holiday in their reenactment shows. A
little later he was cast in a few films shot there and started making a name for himself locally in the Columbus Ohio area
acting in local films being shot there. He met Showdown In Yesteryear producer Tim O'Hearn on another movie being shot at
Dogwood in which they both acted in.
A few months later Tim cast Jeff in his short film The Door which became the basis for Showdown in Yesteryear.
Debra Lamb was born on November 24, 1963 in Portland, Oregon, and moved to Los Angeles, California with her family when she
was fifteen years old. Known for portraying a variety of authority figures, Debra has worked with acclaimed directors Kathryn
Bigelow, David Lynch, Katt Shea, Paul Verhoeven, and the iconic John Hughes.
Since early childhood, Debra expressed herself through art, writing, and dance. She wrote children's stories and poetry,
as well as illustrating them, and wrote a children's play when she was nine years old. At the age of seven, her mother enrolled
her in ballet with the Portland Parks and Recreation Ballet Company, where her love for the theater and performing blossomed.
Over the next seven years Debra danced in over a dozen theatrical productions with the company.
In the summer of 1979, Debra's mother moved her and her younger sister to Los Angeles, and despite having a very rough
start, at times facing homelessness, found a small guest house for rent in Beverly Hills. Attending Beverly Hills High School
later that year was a major culture shock, but she found familiar ground by enrolling in modern dance and drama. It was the
following year while attending Santa Monica High School, taking dance and drama classes there, that she firmly made up her
mind to pursue an acting career.
Her years right out of high school were faced with many challenges, but she remained determined, and a few short years
later became a student at the Van Mar Academy of Motion Picture and Television Acting in West Hollywood. After taking acting
classes there for over two years she moved on, but continued her studies with other acting teachers, including Victoria Wells,
for the next several years.
Debra got her first real break by being cast as a dancer in John Hughes' Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987). A natural
comedienne, Debra was chosen from more than a dozen dancers to improvise a scene with John Candy and Steve Martin. The scene
was ultimately cut from the film, but that comedic role got Debra her SAG card. Debra went on to perform stand up comedy at
The Comedy Store on Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles and was a member of Sam Longoria's The Wild Side Theater improv comedy troupe
An accomplished author, Debra's stories have been published in Dark Beauty magazine since its second issue in 2010 to
2015 during her stint as a writer/contributor for the magazine, and in the anthology "Creepies 2: Things That go Bump
in the Closet", available on Amazon. Debra is also a screenwriter with several scripts in development.
Jesse Marciniak is an actor based out of Los Angeles. He is originally from Upper Marlboro Maryland where he started acting
in high school. He graduated Towson University in 2014 with a BFA in Acting.
He appeared and got his start on the independent film scene on the east coast auditioning and eventually grew into a character
actor. He's usually cast as an off-centered character with an edge. Full of grit, gravitas, and a love for the process.
Emily Hoffman is an up and coming young actress, known for Boonville Redemption (2016), Mounting (2009), and Crafty: Or (The
Unexpected Virtue of the Girl in Charge of Snacks) (2015). Emily attends a performing arts high school in Orange County, California,
where she lives with her family.
Cowgirl's Story LEAD - Grandpa - 2017 Release
God's Not Dead 2 Walter Wesley - 2016
Boonville Redemption Doc. Woods, Executive Producer - 2016 Release
Pat Boone has become a legend in his own time. His titles of movie star, gold recording artist, best selling author,
Broadway show headliner, and television star certainly qualify him.
Charles Eugene Pat Boone, (born June 1, 1934) has sold more than 45 million records, has 13 gold discs, 2 gold albums
and a platinum record. 15 of his songs have hit the top ten and his song Love Letters in the Sand was on the charts for 34
consecutive weeks, longer than Hey Jude or Don't be Cruel.
Pat has gone about as far as you can go from Nashville, TN where he grew up. He had planned to teach high school &
graduated Magna Cum Laude from Columbia University in New York.
Another career intervened with those plans when he appeared on the Ted Mack Amateur Hour, winning 3 times and landing
a recording contract.
He has appeared in 15 feature films including: APRIL LOVE, STATE FAIR, JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH, AND BERNADINE
and he played David Wilkerson in THE CROSS AND THE SWITCHBLADE.
He has also written 15 books including Twixt Twelve and Twenty which sold more than 1,000,000 copies.
Pat and Shirley reared and guided their daughters, Cherry, Lindy, Debby and Laury in the midst of Hollywood's spotlight.
They have 16 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren and will celebrate 60 years of
marriage in November.
Oscar-nominated character actress Diane Ladd achieved notoriety as the wisecracking waitress Flo in the feature classic "Alice
Doesn't Live Here Anymore" (1974), only to later reestablish herself with an unhinged portrayal as an obsessed mother
opposite her real-life daughter Laura Dern in "Wild at Heart" (1990).
After receiving her training on the stages of New York, Ladd became a fixture on episodic television prior to landing
roles in low-budget films such as "The Wild Angels" (1966), alongside her actor husband, Bruce Dern. The same year
as "Alice," Ladd also appeared in the masterful "Chinatown" (1974), directed by Roman Polanski.
In 1980, she revisited the gang at Mel's diner when she joined the cast of the spin-off sitcom "Alice" (CBS,
1976-1985), as the replacement for Flo, the character she had created in the original Martin Scorsese film.
Ladd followed her Academy Award-nominated turn in David Lynch's "Wild at Heart" with another Oscar nod for her
performance in "Rambling Rose" (1991), also alongside daughter Laura. Ladd teamed with her daughter several more
times, most notably in Alexander Payne's "Citizen Ruth" (1996) and again with Lynch for "Inland Empire"
Boasting an incredibly diverse array of onscreen characterizations over a career that spanned more than 50 years, Ladd
remained a vibrant presence in film and television well into the 21st Century.
EDWARD "ED" ASNER
A legend of both comedy and drama in both film and television, Ed Asner had the distinction of being the only actor to win
an Emmy in both genres for playing the same character, Lou Grant. A crusty, heavy-drinking TV news producer, Grant was a major
presence on the iconic sitcom "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" (CBS, 1970-77) and its dramatic spin-off, "Lou Grant"
A veteran of stages in New York and Chicago, Asner was a frequent guest star on shows like "The Fugitive" (ABC,
1963-67), "Ironside" (NBC, 1967-1975) and "Mission: Impossible" (CBS, 1966-1973), before landing the role
of news director Lou Grant in 1970. After playing the role for laughs over seven seasons, CBS spun off the character into
the drama series "Lou Grant," where Asner spent another five seasons as a newspaper editor confronting serious social
and political issues that reflected his own outspoken opinions.
From there, Asner frequently transitioned between film and television, playing drunken private investigator Guy Banister
in "JFK" (1991) and Santa Claus in "Elf" (2003), as well as guesting on shows like "The X-Files"
(Fox, 1993-2002), "Touched by an Angel" (CBS, 1994-2003) and "ER" (NBC, 1994-2009).
Working well into his golden years, he also had a prominent career doing voiceover work, most notably playing the curmudgeonly
Carl Fredrickson in the Pixar hit "Up" (2009). Despite his outspoken political activism, Asner remained impossible
to dislike as well as one of Hollywood's hardest working performers.
Richard Tyson was born in Mobile, Alabama but eventually pursued his love of acting and moved to Hollywood, California. Landing
one of his first roles on the hit TV show, 'Moonlighting' (with Bruce Willis and Cybil Shepherd). Richard's career took off
from there and hasn't shown any sign of slowing down since. Best known for his roles as Buddy Revell in 'Three O'Clock High',
Cullen Crisp in 'Kindergarten Cop' (opposite Arnold Schwartzenegger) and Perry in 'Two Moon Junction', Richard has time and
time again proven his versatility as an actor in not only the different characters he plays, but also in his ability to go
from feature film star to television actor to theater performer (he regularly takes to the stage to perform Shakespeare).
Richard was the star of his own television series called Hardball which ran for a year in 1989. He has also appeared on
various other TV shows throughout his career including his most recent appearance on CSI:New York.
With a long list of film credits including 'Black Hawk Down', 'There's Something About Mary', 'Kingpin', 'Genghis Khan'
and many others, Richard has shared the screen with a wide array of actors including Charleton Heston, Orlando Bloom, Ben
Stiller and John Travolta. In addition to his extensive film and television career, Richard holds a Masters Degree in Fine
Arts from Cornell University and once taught acting there. Richard's most recent films include 'Naked Run', 'Richard III',
'Plane Dead', 'The Visitation' and the horror film, 'Big Bad Wolf' in which Richard plays a stepfather accused by his stepson
of being a vicious werewolf. 'Big Bad Wolf' is set for release this year.
In the fall of 2006 Richard returned home to Alabama for the premiere of the film, 'When I Find The Ocean' - the first
film he has been in to be shot in his home state - and soon after visited Russia where he accepted the Peacemaker Award. Richard
is currently shooting the film 'Jake's Corner' and will be returning to Russia later this year to begin filming for another
movie. He is also looking to direct and produce his own films and continues to seek interesting and challenging roles to play.
Shari Rigby Actress, Writer, Director, Speaker, Producer. A former model who represented numerous companies such as Mercedes
Benz, Humira, American West Airlines, Suzuki, Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Cox Cable, got her start in acting as a lead in the
Dove award winning music video, Slow Fade,by Casting Crowns. She also appeared in The Young and the Restless and The Bold
and the Beautiful.
Her feature films include Not Today which received seven awards including an IFFF Spirit Award and Best Justice Film,
October Baby named one of the Top 15 Impressive Box Office Performances of 2012 by CNN, and leading roles in the upcoming
films Boonville Redemption (starring Diane Ladd, Ed Asner), Wildflower (starring Cody Longo and Nathalia Ramos), The Journalist
(starring Sharman Joshi and Stephen Baldwin) and Extraordinary (starring Karen Abercrombie, Leland Klassen and Lindsley Register)
Shari co-wrote her biography, Beautifully Flawed, with Claire Yorita Lee, which was published in March 2015. Shari recently
directed and co-wrote several short films, Birdie's Song, nominated for 8 awards at the 168 Film Festival, and The Church
That Never Sleeps for Dream Center. Shari is currently working as an Executive Producer of Media for the Dream Center Los
Angeles and is currently writing short films for YesHeIs.com.
Shari is the founder of The Women In My World, a women's group focusing on identity, purpose, ministry, serving others,
mentoring and living life in Hollywood. Shari's passion is serving others through the Dream Center Los Angeles and The Gary
Sinise Foundation. She has worked for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Samaritan's Purse.
Shari's greatest gift of all is her family. Shari and her husband, Matt have been married for Nineteen years and have
been blessed to raise two boys together.
As I'm sure you're probably aware by now, one of the main characters in New West is a man in a horse mask. And yes, he
does keep it on throughout the entire duration of the film.
So I hope you're not expecting some kind of a serious drama, because this is a VERY silly film (A lot of dick and fart
jokes). It's also a film with a ton of heart. When making New West, I really wanted to see if audiences could actually care
about someone with their face covered by something as ridiculous as a horse mask.
Loly Trucks is known for Green Ghost and the Masters of the Stone (2021), Teenage Girl: Valerie's Holiday (2019) and 72 Horas
para Morir (2015).
She is one of the Producers of OUTLAW JOSIE WAYLES and is the Lead Actress.
"Twenty One at the Belle Saloon" is Stephanie's professional filmmaking and screenwriting debut and is certainly
the most passionate of passion projects.
Stephanie also plays Eleanor in the film, and is the executive producer.
Twenty One at the Belle Saloon is a female-led western inspired by the real gambler and Black Jack dealer, Eleanor Dumont
and her hunt for revenge.
"I survive off the idea that one day my rage will be witnessed by the men who poisoned me with it in the first place."
GAMMONS'GREED ENSEMBLE CAST
JENNIFER GREGORY TAYLOR
Jennifer G. Taylor is known for The Deal (2021), The Rush Call (2022) and Buy Yourself for Christmas (2022).
JEREMY STEVEN CARR
Jeremy Carr discovered a love for acting while attending Davidson Fine Arts School in Augusta, GA as a youth. Always a fan
of movies, he worked at a video rental store and spent his free time creating short films and documenting his friends' skateboarding
ventures with a camcorder. Years later, while earning a degree in music, Jeremy played in numerous bands leading to further
opportunities on stage and screen.
Jeremy's acting career includes work on numerous television shows and movies, most notably his starring roles in the feature
films The Rush Call (2022) and Airborne (2022), and supporting roles in The Bloody Man (2020), and the LifeTime movie Nightmare
Pageant Moms (2023). Jeremy has written and directed various short films and produced numerous commercial web videos independently
with his production company Patron Saint Films.
Jeremy earned a Bachelors from Augusta State University (2001) and a Masters from Erskine Theological Seminary (2012).
He studied the Meisner Acting Technique for two years with Kelley Hinman (a student of Sanford Meisner) and has taken acting
classes with Rob Pralgo (Pralgo Acting Class, Atlanta, GA) and Kevin Patrick Murphy (The Actors Center, Asheville, NC). He
continues his development as an actor through studio work and private coaching with Lon Bumgarner and Marilyn Carter at Film
Actors Studio (Charlotte, NC).
JEREMY STEVEN CARR
Zach Ball (Born Dec. 1982) is an upcoming and rising American Actor and he is known primarily for his role as "I.T.
Guy" on the hit HULU Series DOPESICK.
Zach Ball has also worked on INTO THE WILD FRONTIER and recently filmed for WILD WEST CHRONICLES Season 3 Episode 6 in