Meet some of the Cast & Crew of Indescribable
As an artist, speaker, filmmaker and author, Joseph uses art, storytelling and preaching as a means to share the Gospel and teach Biblical truth. His Old Order Amish background gives him a unique perspective on the issues facing Christians today.
Joseph is the writer and producer for Indescribable, What the Shepherd Saw, and his book, The Intentional Project. Joseph has traveled across the U.S. and Mexico, speaking and telling stories through his chalk art presentations.
Stacie has a vision of working with young people through drama and filmmaking. She has organized several drama camps, taught film workshops and directed numerous film projects including, Bessie, The Door Backwards, S.A.L.T. and award winning Hearing God. She has also worked on feature films, Creed of Gold and Alone Yet Not Alone.
Rich has lived in New York City since 1993, where he’s acted in a number of productions, film, radio, and CD-ROM. He has been featured in nine movies including, The Screenwriters, For the Glory, Pawn’s Move, Alone Yet Not Alone, Christmas Grace, Beyond The Mask and the award winning film, A Christmas Snow
Rich Swingle has performed and/or taught on five continents, in 25 nations and in hundreds of venues, mostly with one-man plays he has written or helped develop.
Seth Pruski – (Blynn)
Seth Pruski, attended private school in Huntsville Texas, then later moved to Montgomery Texas. He began taking drama classes at age seven and performing in numerous school and church plays, in addition to several community theatre productions. Continuing his acting education, Seth attends Christian Youth Theatre classes as well as frequently attends professional acting workshops in Houston Texas. Additionally, he has undergone training at Page 713 and is currently represented by Page Parkes Modeling and Acting Agency .
In addition to acting, Seth enjoys soccer, tennis, bicycling and fishing. Seth hopes to continue acting in his adult years and also aspires to be an entrepreneur.
Garry Nation – (Rabbi Meir Ben Isaac Nehorai)
Garry Nation is a minister, scholar, author, educator, and speaker. He is a also a singer, musician, sometime songwriter, and actor who has appeared on stage in a number of dramatic roles–in recent years mostly as biblical characters. In 2011 he played the lead role of Mordecai in the inaugural production of Esther: For Such a Time as This, a full-length musical for the stage by Mark Taylor and Steele Brand. Rabbi ben Isaac is Garry’s first film role.
An Oklahoma native, he currently lives and works in College Station, Texas. He’s been married to the former Linda Noland, a teacher, since 1978. They have three grown children, a son-in-law, and two grandsons.
J.C. Scott has always been interested in film and acting and felt called to pursue it full-time in college. He joined a local theatre group, Brazos Valley Troupe began to hone his skills. Through BVT, he met Nikki Pederson and began training for a national talent competition called IMTA which he attended IMTA in the summer of 2011. Jason was both an actor and acting coach with Indescribable. He is now pursuing his dream in Los Angeles, having been involved with several more independent film projects and he is currently working on his own film project set to be released in fall of 2013.
Rebekah Cook – (Claudia)
Rebekah Cook is a Christ-follower, actress, voice over artist, singer/song-writer, and wordsmith. Born overseas and educated at home with her four siblings, she lived in Spain for over nineteen years before moving stateside to pursue her passion for screen acting.
Since 2009 she has worked as both cast and crew for several feature film productions as well as an ongoing web-series adaptation of the acclaimed 19th century novel “In His Steps”. Recently she has also had the privilege of helping to train others at film workshops with Crystal Creek Media, Advent Film Group, and others.