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Jerry Bell, Jr. – “Unthinkable” 11/16/2013

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Jerry Bell, Jr. is an accomplished Portland, Oregon actor.  He’s worked on features (The Kill Hole:  2012,  South of Heaven:  2014, Highander:  Dark Beginning:  2013;  shorts (Ambrosia: 2011, The Day They Ran Out of Bullets: 2012, Jive Genie: 2012; and tv’s (Grimm:  2012-2013, Leverage:  2012).  He’s a Georgia native and moved to Portland to follow his acting passion.  He served in the United States Army which perfectly helped him with the character, Dallas, in “Unthinkable.  Dallas is proud of his country.  As a CIA Federal Agent he  has a passionate belief in protecting America.  Anyone who violates the code of honor and betrays the United States better watch out!!  He often leads his partner into precarious situations.  At family dinners there was a flag always within his vision.  He grew up being the best type of soldier, learning how to use weapons for war and how to get himself through the darkness of seeing his comrades die in battle.   He managed to get through it and move on!

Mr. Bell, states how great the director, Eric Stacey, is.  He allowed him to grow and develop as a character.  He set the stage for him to figure out the best way to portray Dallas.  With a small crew, Eric kept the production rolling.  Efficient and getting the work done on time is rare, but Eric did it.  And amazing food was prepared by Eric’s wife!!  Never underestimate how keeping cast and crew well fed leads to a happy team!  So, check out Jerry Bell, Jr’s IMDB page for more information!

Catherine Johnson 11/01/2013

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There are a lot of stars in “Unthinkable”.  One of the most positive, talented and gracious is Catherine Johnson.  Hand picked by Eric Stacey, she knows what the stakes are.  The two worked together on “Purple Mind”  A film centered around a man suffering from PTSD.  With emotionally intense dialogue and a controversial subject matter, Catherine is in for a serious ride.

Catherine states, her character, “Helen” in “Unthinkable” has been married to the same man for ten years and she loves him dearly.  Their lives take on a whole new meaning when something sinister happens to the neighbors.  Helen has a close bond with them.  What is she to do?  Does she unravel the mystery?  Her compassionate and protective nature … does she help or mind her own business?