Jacklyn Daniel is a soccer mom trapped in the body of a teenager from Texas. Due to her lack of a social life, she spends her time looking at buttercream cakes on pinterest and petting dogs she sees at the park. She has participated in local film and theatre over her many long years on this Earth. Jacklyn has played a range of characters from cheerleaders, to the cheshire cat, to a marine, and many more. She will study film at college this fall, where she plans to be a pretentious writer that sits in coffee shops, despite the fact she drinks hot chocolate instead of coffee. Aside from being an actress, she is also passionate about music and writing. She taught herself piano and guitar as another means to annoy her older sister and try to make friends. Only one of those ventures was successful.
Eric Hanson is a Dallas, Texas based actor, who has acted in over 40 films, multiple television shows and more than a dozen stage productions in the last four years alone. Next year you'll see Eric in "The Runners" with Glenn Morshower, Tom Sizemore and Neal McCoy. You can also see him on the History Channel as Johnny Calvin Brewer in “Lee Harvey Oswald: 48 Hours to Live”; an FBI Agent in “Reagan: From Movie Star to President” on The REELZ Channel; and Peter in “Selling Jets” on the AWE Channel. He’s recently been seen on stage playing Peter Horne in “It Happened One Night”; Michael in Lee Blessing’s, “Two Rooms”; Juror #8 in “Twelve Angry Jurors”; and the role of Stage Manager in "Our Town". Other roles include: Mr. Scary in Casa Manana’s national tour of "Junie B. Jones"; and Lee in Sam Shepard’s, “True West” - for which Eric received the Performance of the Year Award. When not acting, Eric also writes and directs. His most recent film, “Brady’s Lot,” has accumulated over a dozen awards throughout the film festival circuit. Eric lives in Plano, TX with his wife, Tracy, who won’t let him have a dog.
Leona Worcester was born in Fort Hood, Texas, lived in Germany, and traveled all over Europe, Africa, and back to the United States during her father's Army career. She graduated summa cum laude from LeTourneau University and married a Naval officer accompanying him to Central America and the Middle East. Wherever they call home, Leona pursues acting as a career and screenwriting for fun. She studied acting both at Shakespeare's Globe and at London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. She enjoys reading classical literature, playing Beethoven on the piano, and refurbishing discarded furniture.
Garry Nation is an actor who, though relatively new to film, has already made an impact as a lead player--especially in faith-based films. In only his second screen appearance he played the title role in Polycarp (2015), for which he won a Best Actor award. He showed his versatility and aptitude for comedy in My Grandpa Detective (2016). In 2017 he will appear as a Magi in the biblical drama Chasing the Star (2017), and as Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in the TV series Legends & Lies: The Civil War (2017). He is known for his professionalism, his range of abilities, and the genuineness of his characterizations. Having played an ancient Church Father, Garry is a minister in real life as well. The multi-talented actor is also a musician, speaker, educator, and writer. He is also a scholar, holding the Ph.D. from a major Protestant seminary. An Oklahoma native, Garry lives in Texas with his wife Linda. They have three grown children and a growing number of grandchildren.