Born and raised in Amarillo, Texas, Bradley knew from a very young age he wanted to pursue a career in the television/film industry. At the age of 17, Bradley had already created and was producing a nationally

syndicated radio drama/series titled “Just South of Normal,” which aired weekly on over 300 radio stations worldwide. By the time he was 19, Bradley had worked on dozens of TV/Radio commercials, television programs, and industrial videos, where he gained valuable experience in the industry. In 2001 Bradley worked as the 2nd 2nd AD on his first feature film, then soon after auditioned for his first role in a feature film where he was cast as the lead role in the movie, “Sterling: The Secret Of The Lost Medallion”. Since then, Bradley has produced,

directed, and starred in several feature films, including “A Greater Yes: The Story of Amy Newhouse”, “Meant To Be”, “Christmas Angel”, “The Greater Sins Of Lucas Blackstone”, “Revelation Road: The Black Rider” and “Dancer & The Dame”. He has worked with many veteran actors including Billy Gardell (Mike & Molly), Angus MacFadyen (Braveheart/ We Bought A Zoo), Dean Cain (Lois & Clark: The Adventures of Superman), Erika Eleniak (Beverly Hillbillies/ Baywatch), Kevin Sorbo (Hercules), Della Reese (Touched By An Angel), Haylie Duff (Napoleon Dynamite/ 7th Heaven), and Teri Polo (Meet The Parents). Bradley not only stars in, but is Co-Creator & Executive Producer of the new TV series “Dad Dudes,” which co-stars Joyce Giraud (Real Housewives of Beverly Hills), and Jerry Mathers (Leave It To Beaver). Bradley currently has multiple film and television projects in development. Bradley  lives in Los Angeles where he works full time in the television/film industry.



Brandon Riley (35) was born and raised in Dallas, Texas and got his start at a young age telling stories and managing his peers as the editor of his school’s newspaper. It was this passion for journalism and photography that first sparked his desire to make movies and pursue filmmaking. After graduating from film school in 2007 at the University of North Texas, Brandon went on to work in the film industry and has since gone on to Produce and Line Producer numerous projects. A member of both the Directors Guild of America and the Producers Guild of America, Brandon has a strong background in physical production, logistics and development. Brandon has pursued the craft of writing ever since he was a teenager, writing blogs, screenplays and books. In 2017, Brandon released his first book, “The Career Chose Me” published by Xulon Press. Having previously worked for a church as a Creative Media Producer and having been involved in numerous Faith Based Films as both an AD and Producer, Brandon understands the Faith-Based Market and has actively been a part of this community for many years.



Heather has been acting since the age of 5. She started with leads in different local plays, and moved on to becoming an extra in different films and television shows. She got her first acting agent at the age of 19, and landed her first big audition a few months later for 20th Century Fox’s “Vampires Suck.” She went on to work on multiple short films, including “Fulcrum” where she met co-star Bradley Dorsey as well as her husband, Benjamin Simpson. She continued acting and began to work behind the camera, as well. She started working on several short films, feature films, and television shows. Notable work includes as casting director on a feature film, casting producer on a national reality show, production coordinator on a feature film in Houston, and production manager on a television pilot in Santa Fe. Notable companies she has worked with are PureFlix, CNBC, 20th Century Fox, NBC and ABC. She currently resides with her sixth month old daughter and husband in Midland, Texas.


Marshal Younger

Marshall has written multiple faith-based features that have been produced and optioned. Marshal has written over 100 episodes of Adventures in Odyssey. He is also the author of several children’s novels, including the best-seller The Case of the Mysterious Message. He attended Baylor University in Waco, Texas and graduate school at Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Marshal and his wife Stephanie have three girls, Bryn, Paityn and Kristyn, and are also foster parents.