God's Not Dead
Kevin Sorbo
Kevin Sorbo
Shane Harper
Shane Harper
David A.R. White
David A.R. White
Dean Cain
Dean Cain
Willie Robertson
Willie & Korie Robertson
Trisha LaFache
Trisha LaFache
Benjamin Onyango
Benjamin Onyango
Guy #2
Paul Kwo
Hadeel Sittu
Hadeel Sittu
Cory Oliver
Cory Oliver
Newsboys
Newsboys

Kevin Sorbo

Kevin Sorbo (Professor Radisson)

Kevin received international stardom when he booked the lead role in "Hercules, the Legendary Journeys" (1993-1999). Originally designed as a 5-movie mini-series, the innovative action show received a tremendous response and proved that Kevin was just what Hollywood was looking for. The movies were transformed into a weekly show and exploded onto the mainstream, passing up ratings topper "Baywatch" as the most watched TV show in the world, airing in 176 countries. Sorbo also directed and wrote on the series.

Upcoming releases for 2014 include the Pure Flix Picture, GOD'S NOT DEAD, STORM RIDER, HOPE BRIDGE, THE PRODIGAL SON, NORMAL LIKE ME, GALLOWS ROAD, SURVIVOR, and THE REGIFTER. Sorbo also shot a documentary of Lutheran disciple John Calvin called LET THE LION ROAR. In 2005, he signed an unprecedented development deal with ABC/Touchstone Television that resulted in the creation of "Bobby Cannon", a half-hour comedy pilot written by Barry Kemp of "Coach" and "Newhart" fame. That pilot topped the charts in the audience testing, however ABC decided not to pick up the show. Go figure. Sorbo was also the lead in "Wolf Canyon", a pilot comedy about a show within a show that won the best comedy award in Canada.

Sorbo currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Sam and three young children.

Shane Harper

Shane Harper (Josh)

Shane Harper established himself as an artist with a quadruple threat—singer, actor, dancer, and songwriter. He began working as a professional dancer in the entertainment industry when he was just 13, appearing as a principal dancer in High School Musical 2, and in Nickelodeon's show, "Dance on Sunset".

Shane transitioned easily into acting, and is recurring on the hit Disney Channel show, "Good Luck Charlie", for all 4 seasons. He guest starred on "Wizards of Waverly Place", and "So Random". He also guest starred in a 4 episode arc for the scripted MTV series, "Awkward."

As an actor in film, Shane worked with Rob Reiner, in a supporting role for the movie, FLIPPED. He also had a small featured role in the Bollywood film, MY NAME IS KHAN.

Shane has a principal role the independent feature film, GOD'S NOT DEAD and he was given the opportunity to write and record a song for the soundtrack called, "Hold You Up", which will be released on his upcoming digital EP.

David A. R. White

David A.R. White (Pastor Dave, Producer)

David has been working in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles for over fifteen years. Raised in a small farming town outside of Dodge City, Kansas, David's father was a pastor in a Mennonite church where David accepted the Lord at four-years old.

Raised in the church, David was very familiar with "Christian Films," and had a passion to use his gifts and talents to make films that uplift and inspire the human spirit.

David has starred in over 20 films. Some of his film credits include: SIX...THE MARK UNLEASHED, THE MOMENT AFTER 1,2, IN THE BLINK OF AN EYE, THE VISITIATION, HIDDEN SECRETS, HOLYMAN UNDERCOVER, RUN ON, MARRIAGE RETREAT, ME AGAIN, and his Dove-nominated performance in JERUSALEM COUNTDOWN (based on the best selling book that sold close to 2 million units).

In 2012, David created, produced and starred in the GMC original film, BROTHER WHITE. He co-stared with Reginald Vel Johnson, Jackee, Victoria Jackson, academy award nominee Bruce Davison, Ray Wise and his wife Andrea Logan White. For his work, David was nominated for the coveted CableFAX best acting award.

In 2013, David starred in REVELATION ROAD 1&2 opposite Brian Bosworth and Steve "Sting" Borden. David also just finished directing the movie REDEEMED with Ted McGinley and Grant Goodeve.

Dean White

Dean Cain

Dean Cain is perhaps most famous for having played Superman on the hit TV show Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. Born in Mt. Clemens, MI, Cain's interesting looks come from his Welsh, French, and Japanese heritage, while his last name comes from his step-father, director Christopher Cain (The Karate Kid, That Was Then, This Is Now).

His mother moved Cain and his older brother to Los Angeles when they were children. He attended Santa Monica High school, where he rubbed shoulders with other young stars-to-be, including the Lowe brothers Rob and Chad, Sean and Chris Penn, and Emilio Estevez. An honor student and talented football player, Cain attended Princeton University where, as a first string football player, he set two N.C.A.A. records. In 1988, he graduated from Princeton with a B.A. in history and a contract as a free safety for the Buffalo Bills. A knee injury sustained during pre-season camp ended his football career.

Dean returned to California, studied acting, and got his professional start appearing in numerous television commercials. After trying his hand at screenwriting for a while, he found work guest starring on various series, including Life Goes On and Beverly Hills, 90210. He had made his film debut with a small role in The Stone Boy (1984). A few small movie roles followed, but Cain didn't have a major role until he played an ex-Green Beret in Best Men (1998).

Willie Robertson

Willie & Korie Robertson

Willie Robertson stars in A&E's hit show "Duck Dynasty®" and is the CEO of Duck Commander, a family operated business that creates products for duck hunters including duck calls, clothes, and videos. Willie, along with his wife and business partner Korie Robertson, also owns and operates Buck Commander where they create products for deer hunters. Willie took the family duck call making company from a living room operation to a multi-million dollar business. Korie helped her husband grow the company into an ever-expanding enterprise and serves as the Duck Commander office manager. Willie and Korie live together with their four children, John Luke, Sadie, Will, and Bella, in West Monroe, Louisiana.

Benjamin Onyango

Benjamin Alfred Onyango Ochieng (Rev. Jude)

Benjamin left his native country Kenya in 1987 to pursue further studies in the United States of America. He has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science from California State University, Stanislaus in Turlock, California. After graduating in 1992, he relocated to Hollywood, California to pursue a career in Music and Acting.

After a few years with Funk Rock band P.F.O. and part-time acting, he made the decision to be a full- time actor. Since then he has worked on numerous feature films and TV shows.

His TV credits include "General Hospital", "The Sheild", and "The X-Files." His Film credits include the following: THE CURSE, GOD's NOT DEAD, FILMMAKERS ANONYMOUS and DEFAULT, all currently in Post-Production, KWAME, in which he won 2009 Best Actor Award at the Mexico International Film Festival, CHAINS, THUNDER CHANCE, THE DISCIPLE, THE ANATOLIA, AMERICAN CRUDE, THE TERMINAL, and TEARS OF THE SUN. His knowledge of and fluency in the Swahili language has landed him voice acting and ADR roles in many Hollywood films including: THE RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES, MACHINE GUN PREACHER, INCEPTION, THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL, the video game RESIDENT EVIL V, PRIMEVAL, NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM, PATH TO 911, A LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN, MIGHTY JOE YOUNG and the TV series, "E-Ring."

Paul Kwo

Paul Kwo (Martin)

Paul Kwo (Martin) is best known for his voice over and ADR work on projects like RESIDENT EVIL 6, BONES, 2012, GANGSTER SQUAD, and FUNNY PEOPLE. This talented actor, who has appeared in such television shows as "Scrubs" and "Knight Rider," is a schooled composer and musician capable of performing on a variety of string, woodwind, and brass instruments. In addition to composing the score for the short NO STRINGS ATTACHED, this videogame enthusiast is fluent in three languages, including Cantonese, Mandarin, and other Chinese dialects. Paul, a frequent guest host on LA's 1430 AM Chinese radio show "The Rainbow Under the Sky", has been featured in a number of commercials for popular brands such as Nationwide, McDonalds, and IBM. See him in each of his two films being released in 2013, GOD'S NOT DEAD with Dean Cain and INAPPROPRIATE COMEDY starring Rob Schneider, Adrian Brody, Michelle Rodriguez, and Lindsay Lohan.

Newsboys

Newsboys

Four-time GRAMMY®-nominated band NEWSBOYS boasts an impressive track record with 16 albums, five gold certifications, 30 No. 1 radio hits and close to 8 million units sold over their multi-decade career. This rock and pop-driven worship band includes front man Michael Tait (vocals) and his band mates who've played together for two decades – Jody Davis (guitar), Jeff Frankenstein (keys) and Duncan Phillips (drums). Their release, "Born Again," saw the largest street week of their careers, debuting at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 and garnering three No. 1 hits. Their 2012 record, God's Not Dead, has sold over 300,000 copies and its title song, "God's Not Dead," topped the CHR radio format for seven weeks in a row. Renowned for their heart-pumping live concerts, the tight knit Newsboys unit continues to headline shows in the US and around the world. Their new album, "Restart," hit stores in September 2013.

Hadeel Sittu

Hadeel Sittu (Ayisha)

Born in Detroit and raised in San Diego, Hadeel Sittu has been steadily working to build a successful career in the performing arts as an actress. After graduating with a BA in English at the University of San Diego she decided a move to Los Angeles was the next step to pursue her love of entertaining. She has appeared in film, television and commercials and has lent her voice to many as a Voiceover actress. Fluent in Arabic, Hadeel has been able to use her second language in several of the characters she has played. Hadeel thoroughly enjoys the process of creating and loves being a part of the industry in all capacities. She enjoys writing, cooking, and spending time with family and those closest to her.

Cory Oliver

Cory Oliver (Mina)

Cory Oliver was born and raised in Northern California. She is a small town girl at heart but knew from an early age she always wanted to go to the big city and pursue a career in entertainment. Cory moved to L.A. with $400 dollars in her pocket (first month's rent) and a car filled with everything she owned. Everything that could go wrong did… and when most people would have packed it up and headed home, Cory had faith. She believes with God all things are possible, and it’s not how far you fall, but how high you are willing to climb.

Cory has appeared in Silk Stalkings, Beverly Hills 90210, The Young and The Restless to name a few. Cory also landed many features films including, Weird Science, Dead Man On Campus, Chairman of the Board and BASEketball. Cory’s latest film, God’s Not Dead, will hit theaters worldwide next year. God’s Not Dead revolves around the lives of several individuals who are challenged and up against a world that believes God doesn’t exist. Cory is also a working on a new show, Beverly Hills Pawn, premiering June 5 9 ET/ 8 PT.

Trisha LaFache

Trisha LaFache (Amy)

Trisha LaFache started her career in New York appearing in television including Law & Order; Law & Orders SVU & Criminal Intent and appearing in films including Garden State. Since moving to LA she has worked on numerous shows including: Rake, Franklin & Bash Criminal Minds, The League & Mad Men. Her theater credits include shows at The Blank Theater (LA); The Public Theater (NY) and work with The Labyrinth Theater Company and The New York Theater Workshop.