This Georgia native - our leading man - is already an industry veteran despite still being in grade school.
A bright star of the Nashville thespian community, Nina brings the heartbreak of the slavery era to a modern audience.
The Chattanooga native makes a very convincing screen debut as Charley.
The star of Nashville theater, "Rashad the Poet" will break your heart as Peter in Across.
The New Zealand native flawlessly pulls off a southern accent and pulls at your heart at the same time.
Veteran thespian Rob put on the clerics and put on the French to play Father Benoit.
Memphis native Dan Michael seethes with 1863 anger as Overseer George.
NATHAN LEE LEWIS
The vet of TV and Film brings the complicated slave owner Mr. Elliott to life.
The 4 month old beauty queen gives the performance of her life as Annie.
The stage vet makes the Civil War come to life with his portrayal of the idealistic private.
Freddy lynn wilson
Civil War movies come naturally to Freddy, who played a Confederate before his turn as a Yankee in Across.
The stuntman and former football player has eased effortlessly into acting - a natural talent.
More details coming soon about our fine actors and actresses who make the history of Father Tolton come alive.