Blumhouse Productions / Universal film The Hunt Released March 13, 2020.
The Short Film Walking Papers Wraps Production in Amarillo, Texas
Set in the Texas Panhandle in the 1980s, Walking Papers is a gut-punch of a crime story, filled with surprises and double-crosses.
I play the lead character, Joe, a bank security guard who is being forced into retirement. On his last day, the bank is robbed and Joe has some very tough decisions to make.
Winner of "Best Short Film" at the Billy the Kid Film Festival.
Now streaming on Amazon Prime.
Vindication is an episodic faith-based crime drama series produced by Retta Vision Motion Pictures and FlyRock Media and directed by Jarod O'Flaherty. Todd Terry plays the lead and I have a recurring role as Sergeant Bill Tomlinson. The series is now airing on Amazon Prime.
With Todd Terry and Stacey Bradshaw on the Vindication set.
Horror Spoof Cherokee Creek Premiers in Dallas
A bachelor party in the woods goes horribly wrong in the horror spoof, Cherokee Creek. After several successful premieres around Texas, the film is now available on all streaming services, as well on Blu Ray.
I have a supporting role as Sheriff Callahan in the climatic final scene of this hilarious film.
ABC's American Crime Begins Season 2
Better Call Saul Episode #106 Focuses on Jonathon Bank's Character Mikey
Independent Film Glow About Ready for the Festivals
Glow is an independently financed feature film. It is a multiple protagonist drama that explores the world of the hurting city and asks the question, “Where do we go when we see nothing but darkness?” It's the story of a husband and wife on the verge of divorce, their kids, a lonely young man, a father struggling to support his family, a single mother in a pit of drug addiction, and a minister wallowing in anger and doubt as they all search for the secret to defeating hardships. The lead role is played by Andrew Allen, who also wrote and directed the feature. I have an interesting supporting role as a sex pervert...
Time to Shine Productions Starts Their Fundraising Efforts on Indiegogo.com
Time to Shine Productions has begun raising funds for our film "Time to Shine." This inspirational and faith-based story, written by my wife, Jan, and I, is about a father who competes in an ultra-marathon race (100-miles) with his son, a Marine who was paralyzed in Iraq.
We will soon begin our fundraising campaign on Indiegogo.com with hopes of raising $1mil to make this feature film. Upon completion, our production company plans to donate 100% of the profits to injured war veterans.
Fotolanthropy's Documentary titled Travis Mills: A Soldier's Story Completes Filming
Travis: A Soldier’s Story is Fotolanthropy’s new documentary film of the inspiring true story of United States Army Sergeant Travis Mills of the 82nd Airborne. On his third tour of duty in Afghanistan, SSG Mills was critically injured on April 10, 2012 by an IED (improvised explosive device) while on patrol. Due to the explosion, SSG Mills lost portions of both legs and both arms. He is only the fifth quadruple amputee from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to survive these type of injuries.
This is a wounded soldier’s unique and powerful story. Even though Sgt. Mills has endured this unimaginable tragedy, he fights daily to recover for his wife and one year old daughter and to live a fulfilled life. Travis is defying all odds by the progress he has made in under six months. His story has touched hearts across the globe.
In an emotional reenactment scene, I had the honor of playing Travis Mills' Sergeant Major who was deployed in Afghanistan with him. The scene depicts the first meeting between the two since the accident.