One-Eyed Horse - Cast
Ed Earl Terry
Born and raised in Millersville Maryland, Started riding horses profesionally at the age of six in the local sale barns. He entered his first rodeo at the age of 18. Competed ARA, IRA, SRA, PRCA for 23 years where he won numerous championships in all rough stock events specailizing in the saddle bronc event. Owned and successfully operated T bar D Championship Rodeo Company. Currently resides at his birthplace where he owns Millersville Stables. Tom is a proud Father of 2 sons, Tom Drury IV and Cole Drury.
Tyrus Lee Bateman
Born and raised in Glen Burnie Maryland, Retired, Currently is a man of many hats. Stables Manager, Head Wrangler, Lead Trail Boss, and Riding Instructor for Millersville Stables. He is a proud Father of 1 son, Nick Riesett. Owner of Maryland Computer Service.
Todd Hunter was born in Indiana, Grew up in Ohio and has live in Adams County Pennsylvania for the last 40 years. A carpenter most of his life, he still works a couple of part time jobs to support his acting habit.
Starting with his first venture into the world of acting as a featured extra GETTYSBURG, as one of the hotheads from the Second Maine, Todd has had principle roles in 11 independent films, most notably as Jubal Early in NO RETREAT FROM DESTINY, which has won many awards in film festivals, and most recently as Patsy the Ghost in a short called SOUTH MOUNTAIN. Also included is a role as Dr. Akinkov in Redfield Arts soon to be released THE SORCERERE OF STONEHENGE SCHOOL.
He as also appeared in theater productions with The Gettysburg Civil War Theater, Hanover (PA) Community Players, Blue Ridge Theater Guild (PA), Little Theater of Mechanicsburg (PA), Gettysburg College Summer Theater, and the Thurmont (MD) Thespians, as well as interpretations of historical figures James Smith at Fort Loudon, PA and Jesse James on the Walkersville (MD) Southern Railroad.
In addition to GETTYSBURG, Todd has appeared as a background artist in big studio productions FOR RICHER OR POORER, GODS AND GENERALS, and LADDER 49, as well as independents DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE, and FRANKY'S HEAVEN.
His favorite roles have been Jubal Early and Patsy the Ghost in film, and Vrigil Blessing, the older cowboy in Blue Ridge Theater GuildÕs production of BUS STOP, and fully expects the role of Cole Hanley in ONE EYED HORSE to be added to the list of favorites.
Rick, also known by his Single Action Shooting Society (SASS) name, Buffalo Dog has been a Western/cowboy fan all of his life.
Rick grew up in Buffalo, New York, graduated from the University of Buffalo with a BS in Physical Education and later from the State Teachers College, Buffalo with a MA in Learning and Behavioral Disorders. He has been teaching/coaching for over 25 years in diverse locations such as Wiesbaden, Germany, and Incirlik, Turkey, as well as stateside locations, San Antonio, Texas and now Vienna, Virginia.
Bio coming soon.
Wayne Shipley is retired from Andover/North County High Schools in Anne Arundel County, Maryland where he served as English department chairperson and drama coach. At North County he directed Lil' Abner,Oklahoma, Into the Woods, City of Angels, and West Side Story, often collaborating with musical director Neil Ewachiw. His non-musical efforts at the school include Plaza Suite, M*A*S*H, To Kill a Mockingbird, The World's Worst High School Play, Up the Down Staircase, and Never Mind What Happened, How Did It End?
Ten years ago, Mr. Shipley, along with John Strawbridge and founder Gary Wheeler, formed Actors Company Theatre, where he directed The Fantasticks, Man of La Mancha and The Lion in Winter and tech directed On Golden Pond. Most recently he directed Seussical the Musical for ACT. He has also worked for Merely Players' directing their production of Into the Woods.
Ted, a native of Danville, Illinois, now lives with his wife Cathy in Rosedale, Indiana. Though new to acting, Ted is no stranger to b-western movies and Saturday morning serials. As webmaster of the internet site TexTerry.com, Ted has revived the life and career of Parke County, Indiana native and b-western movie henchman Edward Earl "Tex" Terry.
Jordan Michael Coulson
Jordan Coulson is a graduate of Towson University's Electronic Media & Film Program. In between being a working actor and performing with his band "Double Helixx", Jordan teaches acting/cinematography and hip-hop dance with R.E.A.C.H. which is a visual and performing arts program that preaches greater academic achievement through the performing arts, and was founded my Juilliard Graduate Jason Reed. Jordan also writes/produces and directs his own films and is absolutely ecstatic to illuminate the screen as Johnny Bragg, along side a stellar cast and crew.
Dave Cooperman is from the DC/Baltimore area and studied acting and theater at the University of Maryland and private specialized courses and workshops all over the region. He's worked on many projects throughout the mid-Atlantic area ranging from short films to full length features. They include independent and student films as well as large budget Hollywood projects such as "The Invasion", "Invincible" and "Step Up." He's also appeared in documentaries for the History Channel, MTV and the Discovery Channel.
Outside of acting, Dave is very dedicated to health and fitness. He's certified as a personal trainer and lifeguard. He's also a Microsoft Certified Professional specializing in network support for large computer networks.
JOHN STRAWBRIDGE is one of the founding directors of Actors Company Theatre, for which he has directed numerous stage productions. He has also directed projects for Pasadena Theatre Company and for The Little Theatre of Alexandria, for which he was twice nominated for Best Director, and he directed the inaugural production of the Actors Center play reading series.
Photo and bio coming soon.
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