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Coming Soon - Fall 2017














David Schifter

As a teenager, David Schifter hosted a cable television show in New York City called "Spotlight on Teens", and later spent a successful 14 years as a TV news investigative reporter, reporting for stations in West Virginia, Virginia, California, New York and Cleveland. He also was a correspondent for CNN and CNBC. He earned numerous awards including three Emmy nominations and the coveted Emmy itself.

Amber Fox

Amber Dawn Fox is best known for her role on The Walking Dead as "Officer Bello" in season 5. She appears in the film Descending as "Sabrina" (acting opposite Alex Vincent from the Child's Play films). She has many other independent credits to her name; including the lead role of "Evie" in The Haunting of Four Points (to be released September 2017) as well as the supporting role of "Brenda" in Tarnished Notes (based on a true story and streaming now). She will be working on the feature film Realm, and is set to play the lead villain "Agnes". Production on Realm will be in Nova Scotia.

Lex Wilson

Lex Wilson writes comics and fiction in Carrboro, NC.  His comic with Silvio dB The Time of Reflection won the Eagle Award in 2012. His science fiction story Vestigial Girl was a Writers of the Future winner in 2013. 

His work has appeared/will appear in Asimov’s Science Fiction, The Rambler, LCRW, Weird Tales, The Florida Review, Futurismic, Outlaw Territory II (Image Comics), ChiZine, Shimmer, Outre, Pif, and Dragon. Locus has called him a “promising new writer,” and Publishers Weekly also has nice things to say.

Emily Turner Marsland

Emily made her debut performance as “The Head Angel” in her Kindergarten Christmas Pageant. After leading the wrong line of angels out of the church at the wrong time, she found the true beauty of live performance. It was during a later performance of “Wackadoo Zoo” at age 6, that she decided theatre was her true passion. Since moving to the city, Emily has realized that commercial and television work are just as fun as live theatre. Through a few small television roles, she has expanded her acting from the stage to the screen, and could not be happier.

Bill Frost

Bill began his acting career around 2012 when he was signed up under the talent agent Beverly Brock of The Brock Agency. Bill's life experiences, training and talents have been crucial in Bill's success in every part of his life. Bill has landed numerous lead film roles and continues to build a great resume. Bill has not only been hired for his acting talents but also for his fight choreography skills.

He is also a trained professional magician. 

Sean McCracken

Sean McCracken is an actor, singer, and improvisor who has over 15 years experience on stage, as well as in film, television, commercials, web series, and industrials. He has most recently been seen on AMC’s TURN and the feature film Horror House on Highway 6. Stage credits include Jesus Christ Superstar and The Emperor’s New Clothes at Snow Camp Outdoor Theatre, Playmaker’s Repertory Company’s Romeo and Juliet and Amadeus, as well as the 2012 LA Weekly Award nominated Turbo Tartuffe at Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre in North Hollywood. Sean has studied acting from the Emmy Award-Winning director Joan Darling, as well as studying local with Estes Tarver and Jeris Donovan, and has taken improv classes at The Upright Citizen’s Brigade and The Second City in Los Angeles.

Lynne Smith

January 01, 2020

Lynne moved to North Carolina from the DC area and has been working steadily here as an actress ever since, most recently in the upcoming film, "Strings" and the recent festival winning "Where We're Meant to Be" and "Karma's Shadow." Lynne has also appeared in the Investigation Discovery channel's "Your Worst Nightmare" and Destination America's "A Haunting." She has also worked in other independent films and local commercials. Lynne has loved the opportunities working in the southeast brings including being a part of the successful series, Under the Dome, Homeland, Banshee and films such as Iron Man 3.

Hannah Duncan

Chucky Brown

January 01, 2020

Chucky Brown played basketball in the NBA for 14 years, playing for a record 12 teams, including the 1995 NBA Champions the Houston Rockets. he presently does the occasional college basketball commentator stints for ESPN while scouting for the New Orleans Pelicans. 

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