Michael Brenton Gordon:  (Tim Curtright)

Michael Brenton Gordon started acting at 9 yrs old. But if you ask his parents they would say he re-enacted scenes from his favorite movies and actors even as early as 5 yrs old. He would entertain them for hours mimicking Jim Carrey or Dana Carvey. While this is his first feature film, he has 3 commercials, 1 voice-over, and over 40 plays and musicals to his resume.   He is currently studying theater in college.


Danielle Wolverton:  (Emily Curtright)

Danielle Wolverton has been acting since the age of seven. She has appeared in numerous theatre and film productions including Disney's Hounded. She was recognized as one of the top five actors at the Utah State Drama Festival in the Dramatic Scene, Comedic Monologue, and One Act Play categories in 2005. Most recently, she was seen on the Denver improv scene performing with her groups "The Guilt by Association Association," and "Opposable Thumbs," at various venues including the Bovine Metropolis Theater where she participated in their Fall Sketch Writing Crew. She currently attends Dixie State College in St. George Utah.

Sara Hammond:  (Laura Wilds) 

Sara Hammond has lived in Derby, KS most of her life and considers it home. Always a character, she found her niche in the Drama Department in high school. Doing everything from painting to performing, Sara realized she had contracted the acting bug and began cultivating her abilities. After graduating high school she was thrilled to receive a role in "War Stories" and still believes it to be her most fulfilling summer experience. After taking a break from college to find her way, she tried her hand at commercials and some modeling, but hopes to be attending Wichita State University in the very near future.

Mark Ayesh:  (Austin Davis) 

Mark Ayesh is currently attending the University of Michigan where he is studying for his BFA in Musical Theatre.  Originally from Wichita, KS, Mark started out as a singer for local rock bands and somehow found his way to musical theatre.  In high school he was an avid performer in school and community theatre.  Locally he also was in a handful of commercials.  In college he has starred in many musicals including “The Rocky Horror Show” and “The Full Monty” as well as some plays, most recently Brecht’s “The Caucasian Chalk Circle”.  This past summer he worked regionally at The Wagon Wheel Theatre in Indiana. 

Isaac Cervantes:  (Young Tim Curtright)

Although War Stories is Isaac's first film experience, he has acted in community theater for the Ponca Playhouse. Recent shows include The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker, The Wizard of Oz, and Annie Get Your Gun. Isaac is a member of OCTA (Oklahoma Community Theatre Association) and ReAct (Regional Actors Community Theater). Isaac enjoys all the friends he makes in theater, and he enjoys singing as well as acting. Besides these hobbies, he likes to spend his time outside in the swimming pool, on the trampoline, or riding his bike or scooter.