David Christopher has a passion for telling truthful and transforming stories and getting lost in roles that are intense and all-encompassing. Comfortable on both stage and screen, David prefers the intimacy that film provides. David has worked as a lead actor in over ten independent film productions which have earned him outstanding reviews from both Variety Magazine and TV Guide. David has also worked on the sets of major studio films, completed over twenty-five commercials in principal roles, starred in regional theatre staged productions (multiple award nominations including “Best Actor in a Drama”), and recently completed his first made-for-television pilot in a starring role. More information at: www.davidchristopher.tv
Kevin Mccarthy received his degree in acting from Lon Morris College and was promptly lured into the Austin music scene where he has written and performed with such bands as Black Irish, The Fighting Brothers McCarthy, The Dung Beatles, and The Diamond Smugglers over the last twenty years. Finding occasion to put his degree and student loans to good use, Kevin has performed in the production of Cell: The Web Series (The Man) and the short film Seeds (Mort).
Erica Heidepriem studied stories during a childhood spent in the vastness of the Rocky Mountain West. She moved to Austin to pursue a life in acting and the film world, as an avid lover of theater, music and performance. She has most recently been studying under Laurel Vouvray and Dana Wheeler-Nicholson. In her spare time, she works on heavily saturated country songs based on the twin treasures of her life: horses and mountains.
Bryan Lane studied at the Alley Theatre in Houston for four years under Cecil Pickett, Sidney Berger, and Claude Caux. With an MA in Linguistics, he worked as a Field Linguist in the jungle and bush of Central and Southern Africa, creating alphabets for previously unwritten languages, and with a fellow Linguist he started the Center for Inter-Cultural Communication Studies in Cape Town. In his travels, he formed performance mime troupes in Switzerland and Portugal and took his acting talents into international film and television while in South Africa. Once returning to the States, he became involved in the production of independent film and documentary on virtually every aspect both in front of the camera and behind. Bryan has had the privilege of acting alongside Aaron Eckhart, Todd Louiso, Holmes Osborne, and Brett Cullen. He has a passion for helping those with disabilities and is a teacher for therapeutic horsemanship through his skills as an avid horseman.
Natalie Chandler trained at the Michael Howard Studios in New York City and has worked in a wide variety of projects in theater, television, and film. She has starred in "Between Queens & Kings," "First Shot," "Immaculate Perception," and the off-Broadway production of "Boy’s Life." She currently lives in Austin, TX with her husband.