CARR CAVENDER - "THE STRANGER"
Carr majored in Theatre Arts and English at the University of San Diego. He studied film acting in Los Angeles and also produced, directed, and acted in several short films. In 2014, he played the lead role in the feature film "Thane of East County", directed by Jesse Keller.
"To Hell and Gone" will be the first feature film Carr will both produce and star in.
SUSAN GAYLE WATTS - "EDEN MAGNESS"
For 10 years Susan taught jr. high & high school in the inner city by day and both starred in & directed theatre by night at various venues in Hollywood, CA.
After a 10 year hiatus, Susan has returned to acting with verve and vigor.
Susan is known for her honest, intense, emotional portrayals of women in both theatre and film.
PJ MARSHALL - "LEDUC"
PJ is an American actor known for his versatility and forceful onscreen presence. He has appeared on TV in "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" & "Oz", and has appeared in a variety of films including "Maggie", starring Arnold Schwarzenegger & "Free State Of Jones" with Matthew McConaughey . Prior to becoming an actor, Marshall was a martial artist and competitive surfer. He studied acting at the Wynn Handman Studio in New York City
ROBERT MORGAN - "EUNGARD"
A former prize fighter, Robert is known for his intense, honest portrayals and powerful presence. He is a versatile and dynamic actor able to bring both strength and sensitivity to his roles.
For the better part of the last two decades Rob has been working in films, television and theatre, both nationally and internationally.
CLAYTON FRONING - "THOMAS McBRIDE"
Clayton is a Los Angeles based actor and voiceover artist who's recent work includes the romantic comedy Temps and a two season recurring role on MTV's Teen Wolf. When he's not acting, improvising, or screaming into a microphone, Clayton can be found on the side of a mountain or deep in a canyon, struggling for survival.
DREW CONNICK - "AARON McBRIDE"
Drew is a graduate of USC’s esteemed School of Theatre. Originally from Telluride, CO, Connick spent several years of his childhood in Santa Fe, NM and later in Ojai CA, where he found his love for acting at the Thatcher School. During his summers in high school, he traveled East to study at the New York Film Academy. A fluent Spanish speaker, he spent one year studying abroad in Zaragoza, Spain. Shortly after receiving his BFA from USC, Connick secured the lead and title character in Charles Huddleston’s independent feature "Blue".
ROB NAGLE - "GARY GARY"
Rob double majored in Theatre and Philosophy at Northwestern University, graduating in 1992. After working as an actor in Chicago, New York, and Washington, DC, he & his wife Heather Allyn settled in Los Angeles in 1997. They are devoted to their 14 year old pug Roosevelt. For more information on how Rob keeps busy, please visit robnagle.com.
PETE ROCKWELL - "SAM"
Pete Rockwell first joined Actors Equity Association when he got a role on stage in San Francisco at the American Conservatory Theatre in 1969. Pete has worked as an actor, a photo technician, a printer, a union representative and a cab driver. He joined Screen Actors Guild in 2007, when he moved to Santa Monica. He's the father of actor Sam Rockwell.
THADDEUS SHAFER - "BILLY"
Based in Los Angeles, Shafer most recently appeared in the feature, 'Downward Twin.' He is also co-founder of DryCræft Los Angeles, an immersive experience design firm, and is the producing director of The Illyrian Players Theatre Co. He is the proud husband of actor/director, Kari Lee Cartwright.
NATALIE WETTA - "WAITRESS"
Natalie recently moved to LA from NY where she graduated from The Stella Adler Conservatory. She’s been acting in TV, indie film and commercials on both coasts since college.
Natalie was born and raised in AZ though, so to shoot "To Hell and Gone" in her home state was wonderfully fun!
JASON COVIELLO - "INARTICULATE CHUMP"
Born and raised in Putnam Lake New York, Jason Coviello got hooked on acting in the summer of 1995 while dancing beneath the Brooklyn Bridge, on MTV'S "The Grind." Today Jason is represented in 4 different states and continues to look for exciting new project that help him raise the bar in his acting career. Recent Television projects include: The Red Road, Manhattan, and the New Amazon Pilot "EDGE."
JENNIFER FIELD - "DOCILE WOMAN"
Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Jennifer is a former Miss Asian America and graduate of Santa Clara University's theatre program. Since moving to Los Angeles she has worked opposite Hugh Laurie, Don Cheadle, Billy Baldwin, and Christopher Lloyd, and shot commercial campaigns for Honda, Amazon, Samsung, 23andMe, Logitech, HP, and Jinro Soju among other brands. For leisure, she enjoys reading, writing, snowboarding, and spending time with her family and five year old son Abraham.
MICHAEL STONE - "POLICEMAN #1"
Michael studied acting in Tucson, AZ at the Bennett Theatre Lab and Conservatory and receives personal coaching from Steve Anderson. Michael has had roles in TV shows True Crime with Aphrodite Jones , People Magazine Investigates and Deadline Crime with Tamron Hall.
TODD TETREAULT - "POLICEMAN #2"
Todd Tetreault is an actor and stuntman based in the Los Angeles area. In 2013, he graduated with his BA in Drama from the University of California Irvine, Claire Trevor School of the Arts.
Todd has worked nationally and internationally, and is most known for his role as Officer Scott in the Chinese/American film “PAPA”, starring Xia Yu and Macy Gray. He appeared in the film “The Gambler”, starring Mark Wahlberg, and has performed multiple stunts in the popular CBS TV series “Seal Team”.