Michael Ironside specializes in playing villains and tough-guys. One of his first roles was a memorable turn as evil telepath Darryl Revok in Scanners (1981), an early film by David Cronenberg. He played the role of a serial killer (Colt Hawker) in a 1982 slasher film directed by Jean-Claude Lord called Visiting Hours. He appeared as “Miler Crane” in The A-Team episode “Taxicab Wars” (1983). His breakthrough role was as cynical anti-hero Ham Tyler in the television miniseries V: The Final Battle (1984). He is also known for his roles in Top Gun (1986) as Naval Aviator Lieutenant Commander Rick ‘Jester’ Heatherly, Extreme Prejudice (1987) as Major Paul Hackett, Watchers (1988) as a conscience-free mutant assassin, and Total Recall (1990) as Richter (the murderous henchman of Ronny Cox’s villain Cohaagen). Ironside played the villainous General Katana in the science fiction sequel Highlander II: The Quickening (1991) and, after a brief stint in ER’s inaugural season, he was tapped to replace Roy Scheider as captain of the high-tech submarine seaQuest in the third season of seaQuest DSV as Captain Oliver Hudson. However, NBC canceled the series after only thirteen episodes with Ironside as the star. In 1992, he starred as M. Emmet Walsh’s brother in David Winning’s thriller Killer Image. In 1997, Ironside was reunited with Total Recall director Paul Verhoeven for Starship Troopers. He appeared in The Perfect Storm (2000) and The Machinist (2004). He starred in the movie Chaindance as a small time crook, unable to make it on the outside, who was paired up with a handicapped man. Ironside recently starred as Resistance General Ashdown in Terminator Salvation, reunited with his co-star from The Machinist, Christian Bale.
Quezada is known for his role on the AMC series Breaking Bad from 2008 to 2013. He has appeared in films such as First Snow (2006), Beerfest (2006), and Kites (2010). He hosted the talk show The After After Party in Albuquerque from 2010 to 2012. On February 4, 2013, he was elected to the Albuquerque school board He ran unopposed for the District 5 seat on the city’s west side. Quezada portrays a priest presiding over a roadside funeral in country singer Eric Church’s music video for the single Give Me Back My Hometown (2014).
Paul Stuart is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma School of Drama. His senior year, Paul won the Irene Ryan Scholarship at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. After graduation, he apprenticed at The Orchard Project in New York and served a fellowship at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C. Regional theatre credits include Dallas Theater Center, Seattle Shakespeare Company, and Shakespeare Theatre Company. Paul is a proud member of Actor’s Equity and SAG-AFTRA. In August, Paul directed his first short film titled Inheritance. Look for him this fall in the pilot of Supergirl on CBS and Rizzoli & Isles on TNT.
Mollie graduated from SMU with an MFA in Acting. After 5 years acting and producing in Los Angeles, Mollie returned to Texas in 2005 to work for Boxcar Creative as a producer and content creator and became a partner 2 years later.
During her career as an actress she has had the honor of working in over with name talent including: William H. Macy, Kevin Bacon, Liv Tyler, Rainn Wilson, and Billy Crudup.
As a producer, she has completed multiple award winning shorts, and webseries. Ultimately, having the privilege of producing two feature films: Element and KREEP. During these productions she worked with with talent including Judd Nelson, Michael Ironside, Linda Gerhinger and Charles Baker.
Firmly established in the North Texas film industry, Susana Gibb graduated from the University of North Texas with a major in Theater and a minor in English. With a wide array of feature films, 200 plus commercials and music video credits, Susana has most notably appeared in Dr. T and the Women for director Robert Altman, played Chris Kattan’s wife in Crazy Enough, acted opposite GianCarlo Esposito in A Killer Within, co-starred in the Discovery Channel show Super Tornado and co-starred in the Lifetime Original Series Inspector Mom with Danica McKellar.
Angeline-Rose Troy is an actress and producer, known for Ever Last (2012), InSight (2011) and Jägerbär (2013).
Velinda Godfrey was born on February 28, 1985 in Iowa City, Iowa, USA. She is an actress and producer, known for Adonis (2013), Grande Drip (2009) and Star-Crossed (2003).