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William Stiles, Sir Malcolm Stiles & The Highwayman: Macleish Day
Macleish Day is best known for his theatrical works, including his performances as Sir Evelyn Oakleigh in
Anything Goes and as Slim in Oklahoma in the summer of 2009, and as J. Pierrepont Finch in
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying in the summer of 2008 with the Colorado Light Opera. His other film credits include
Seritonin Rising, Spectrauma, ER Experience, A Date with Socrates, and the Sacrifice. Macleish holds a degree in Musical Theatre from the University of Northern Colorado.
[Macleish's IMDb Listing]
Bess Hynes: Marianne Page
Marianne recently earned her Associate of Arts degree in Theatre from Red Rocks Community College and was
featured in a number of productions there, including playing Lucy Tart in the melodrama The Haunted Mine at Lonesome Place
and the lead role of Lisa in Out of Reach. She has also performed songs from Phantom of the Opera and Wicked as part of two
musical theatre performances. In addition to acting, Marianne designed and constructed costumes for two productions and wrote a short play, Save a
Penny for the Ferryman, which was produced at the college. Marianne's screen experience includes roles in Rear View Mirror and
11:59. [Marianne's IMDb Listing]
Lieutenant Cardwell: Trygve Lode
Trygve Lode is best known for playing movie villains such as the evil scientist
Therion in the martial arts action movie, Dragon and The Hawk,
and the man turned monster in The Shadow Walkers. But he occasionally plays
heroes such his recent role as the Oracle in
Gathering of Heroes: Legend of the Seven Swords (starring Christopher Atkins). Prior to becoming involved the movie business Trygve was known far and wide as an early
Net Geek and humorist. The Philosophy of Kisses, The Language of the Flowers, The Visible Barbie and
other pages from The Unnatural Enquirer have been cited in books, magazines
and webpages worldwide. Trygve also co-founded Lode Data Corporation.
[Trygve's IMDb Listing]
Jake Hynes, Innkeeper: Tom Doyle
After a 15 year career in college athletics, Tom had his first film role in "The Goal", followed by parts in "Juncture",
"Generosity", "Text" ER EXperience, Bum School, and most recently "Serpent Rising".
Tom's television work includes parts on "America's Most Wanted" and the HBO show "Little Britian USA".
He has done commercial work for KUSA-TV9, the Colorado Lottery, Brother's BBQ and does voiceover work for Digital Media Communications in Denver.
Tom has also edited and produced behind the scenes documentaries and sports highlight films. Originally from North Carolina, Tom grew up around people
that speak with an English brogue, and has an ear for accents.
[Tom's IMDb Listing]
Nathaniel Cole: Timothy Englert
Timothy Englert first discovered the joy of acting with the The Durango Lively Arts Company in Durango, Colorado. He
devoted himself full-time to acting after he retired from years as a government employee. His roles have ranged from
Kris Kringle in Miracle on 34th Street to God in Creation of the World and Other Business. In 2004
he was nominated for a Denver Post Ovation Award as Best Actor for his portrayal of Dodge in the Denver
Repertory Theatre Company production of Sam Shepard's Buried Child. He performed at Elitch's Six Flags
annual Fright Fest for four seasons. He appeared on television in Encounters With The Unexplained
and Busted. His film credits include Our Burden is Light and Justice ...Finally.
[Tim's IMDb Listing]
Roan Blackthorn, blacksmith: Martin Kove
Born in New York Martin Kove has portrayed both good
and bad guys. He cropped up in the hit TV series Cagney & Lacey as honest
Police Detective Isbecki, and then got on the wrong side of rampaging Sylvester Stallone in Rambo: First Blood Part II.
Kove probably scored his greatest visibility in The Karate Kid in which he played
"John Kreese", the head instructor of the Cobra Kai karate school, and he reprised the role in the two sequels,
The Karate Kid, Part II and The Karate Kid, Part III. Kove has since kept consistently busy,
primarily in the action / thriller film genre, and has notched up over 80 film appearances to date, as well as numerous TV guest roles.
[Martin's IMDb Listing]
Anne Stiles, Will's mother: June Polner
June Polner is a native of Yorkshire, England who has acted on stage, television
and movies in England before coming to Colorado. She was featured in 12 episodes of the English daytime drama
Crossroads. [June's IMDb Listing]
Lord Shafton: Don Kraus
Don has been a busy actor over the past thirty-five years with dozens of stage, film and
television credits. He has appeared in major feature films
with Sir Anthony Hopkins and James Garner, and in major roles in dozens of independent films in New York a
nd in Denver, as well as in many stage roles throughout the country. He was nominated for Best Supporting
Actor for two consecutive years by Openstage Theatre in Fort Collins, Colorado. Don is also an accomplished
stage and film director and directed a feature film of his own screenplay, Valentine's Day. As a writer,
his epic screenplay The Hermit Kingdom was optioned for production by legendary
film director David Lean. Don is now associate director of Bas Bleu’s Readers’ Theatre program in Fort Collins, CO.
[Don's IMDb Listing]
Magistrate James Quentin: T. David Rutherford
Active in radio and TV voice-overs, commercials, industrials and independent films,
T David Rutherford has performed in theatre since childhood, professionally since 1990. His stage roles
include Matthew Harrison Brady in Inherit the Wind, Buffalo Bill in Annie Get Your Gun,
lead roles in Neil Simon’s Last of the Red Hot Lovers and
The Seven Year Itch. Other shows include professional productions of Music Man, Lend Me A Tenor,
She Loves Me, Footloose, 42nd Street and many others. His film credits include The Vessel,
Alice in Wasteland, Modern Bohemia and Surplus.
[T. David's IMDb Listing]
Tim, stable hand at the Inn: Adrian Hart
Adrian Hart was born and raised in Colorado, and from an early age wanted to perform.
He began his career in theater, and then took a break from performing to focus on studying acting and refining his technique.
Adrian has studied at the Denver Center Theater Academy and the Arvada Center for the Performing Arts and is currently a student at Red Rocks Community College.
Adrian has appeared in short films and promotional videos and recently appeared in Jamin Winans' Ink.
[Adrian's IMDb Listing]
Tom Lindsey, farmer: Steve Austin
Steve Austin originally trained as a theatre actor and is a veteran of numerous musicals and plays.
He made the jump to on-screen work in 1991 with his first TV commercial in Colorado Springs for a luggage product
(the "Personal Traveler"). Today he is a professional actor with dozens of TV commercials, industrial films and
training videos to his credit. Steve has also built up a voiceover business and has voiced hundreds of commercial, technical,
and military videos. Additionally, Steve is the "voice" of the Air Force Academy Division I Men's and Women's Basketball teams.
Steve frequently performs as a Master of Ceremonies for local conferences and military special occasions.
[Steve's IMDb Listing]
Matthew Berkshire, wealthy landowner: Andy Hankins
Andy Hankins is a Colorado native who has studied acting for stage and film at the
Denver Center for the Performing Arts and attended various acting academies in the Denver metropolitan area.
He has appeared in industrial films, print media and in multiple independent film productions, most recently as
the role of the insensitive Dr. Hanker in the multiple award-winning film Barley Soup at the Colorado Film School.
Andy has enjoyed success on stage for 23 years as a musician with the Denver-based entertainment group The Nacho Men.
[Andy's IMDb Listing]
Samuel Wilfram, miller: John Arthur Neal
John Arthur Neal studied acting with Barry Primus and Kirk Baltz, and starred in
Jules Fieffer's plays Crawling Arnold and The White House Murder Case at Heatley's Teahouse dinner theater.
In addition to various short subjects, John has acted in The Mercury Café's annual extravaganza,
Lovers / Strangers / Lovers on two occasions. A writer and director at heart, John has his own production
company and has acted in a couple of his own projects, Mahogany Knots and The Gig.
[John's IMDb Listing]
Lady Catherine Stiles: Christa Cannon>
At the age of 12, Christa become one of the first members of the Children's Opera Group in its
fledgling seasons with the Orlando Opera Company. Christa has been in productions in England, Belgium, Germany,
and several States in teh U.S. She has dabbled a bit as a model, but discovered she had an equal passion to be in
front of the camera as she did to be on stage. She now works primarily in film, TV, and voiceovers.
[Christa's IMDb Listing]
Young Henry Stiles: Tom Place
Tom Place is a middle schooler with a passion for acting. He has appeared in
several short films and commercials for Perkins Restaurants, STARZ and The Children’s hospital.
Tom’s first feature film was Woodshop. Tom has done several voiceover spots and
has appeared in print projects for Sports Authority, LL Bean, JD Edwards and Land’s End.
In addition to acting, Tom enjoys playing competitive lacrosse, snowboarding and drumming.
His unusual talent for playing basketball while riding a unicycle landed him an appearance
on the popular Nickelodeon television show iCarly.
Mrs. Hale, Magistrate's housekeeper: Kristin Keating
Kristin began her career as a model for Wilhemina Models and Elite in New York City, Paris and Milan.
While establishing herself as a popular model, Kristin landed a leading role in She’s a Very Nice Lady,
which premiered at Cannes, and Cinematon, which garnered attention on the worldwide film festival circuit. She has
also appeared in a number of short films and industrial videos and is currently working on the independent feature Jimmy Said.
In her television work, Kristin has been featured on All My Children,
captivated audiences as a guest on The Morning Show with Regis and Kathy Lee and
co-hosted PBS’ One on Wine and hosted/produced Healing Today.
[Kristin's IMDb Listing]
John Thompson, newspaper publisher: Michael Kempton
Michael grew up in small town Iowa with a dream to fly. Found Civil Air Patrol (for some local flying) and competed for and won a full-ride to the US Air Force Academy where he majored
in Astronautical Engineering. He received pilot training in Mississippi where he met his wife. After the Air Force he became a Financial Advisor with Edward Jones in Parker, CO. He participated in musical theater
at the Air Force Academy in the early 1980s and did a commercial in 2006.
Hansen, Lord Shafton's secretary: Mike Ballard
[Mike's IMDb Listing]
George Lindsey: Benjamin Kroger
[Ben's IMDb Listing]
Henry Stiles, Will's father, farmer: Richard O'Brien Moore
[Richard's IMDb Listing]
Judge Macklay: Kevin Cunningham
[Kevin's IMDb Listing]
Sgt. Tanner: Justin "Lucky" McQueede
[Lucky's IMDb Listing]
Private Randall: Cody Schuyler
Private Nichols: Brad Wagner
Private: Mark Steven Grove
[Mark's IMDb Listing]
Private: Brian Cahill
[Brian's IMDb Listing]
Private: Scott Sheely
[Scott's IMDb Listing]