Born in Japan, Nathaniel Cullors moved to the states where at age 6 he booked his first movie "The Red Cape." He has appeared in various print work and commercials such as Nike print, Schlitterbahn print, and a Safe Link Wireless Commercial. At age 12, he booked and closed "Motown the Musical" on Broadway. At 14, he joined the first national tour for "Motown the Musical." He has performed on NBC's Little big shots, hosted by Steve Harvey, and also sang the national anthem at the Spurs vs OKC playoff game. He performed in Copella Ballet and is part of Austin Ballet summer intensive. Last year, Nathaniel performed at En Direct de L'univers in Montreal, Canada for Céline Dion.
Raymond is a single father of three young men. As a child he had a love of movies and attended a summer camp for acting at the age of 12. After a chance encounter with Shaun O'Rourke at a community arts center, Raymond was urged by O'Rourke to audition for a role in Port City PD, a first of its kind VOD TV series. Raymond impressed the director and was cast opposite O'Rourke as one of the show's lead detectives. Since that time, Raymond has been cast in several mainstream and independent movies, television series and commercials.
David Silverthorn is an actor, director, headshot photographer & scenic designer/builder based in Knoxville, TN. He first met Nelson and Brendon while running an acting class in Wilmington, NC, and subsequently collaborated with the two young filmmakers on a UNCW student project called "Racing for Sage". As plans for "The Red Cape" took shape, David agreed to play silver-tongued orator Alfred Waddell.
Maxwell Paige is a seasoned and versatile stage and film actor whose notable stage credits include A Raisin in the Sun, Miss Evers’ Boys, Driving Miss Daisy, Cobb, The Full Monty, The Color Purple, and most recently, 1776. His film credits include Inkwell, Stomping at the Savoy, Freedom Song, and The Red Cape.
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Daniel Marks is honored to be a part of The Red Cape. Having worked mainly with local theatre, The Red Cape was one of the first films of his career. Although no longer residing in Wilmington, NC, it is his home away from home. The Red Cape is a powerful piece of film that illustrates the repercussions of societal injustice and we must all learn from its history.