Day Of The Gun

One-Eyed Horse - Cast


Mark Redfield
Mike Hagan
Jennifer Rouse
Richard Cutting
Jason Brown

Bob Creager
Sheriff Orin Proud

Creager entered his male menopause phase of life three years ago by becoming an extra on The Wire. His two-second screen time was the motivation for him to become serious about acting. Principal work in such "classics" as the no-budget The Cicadas Attack further encouraged him to seek more glamorous roles. Creager's first big screen principal role was as the mailroom supervisor in Pizza Palace which was seen by hundreds at the Senator Theater in Baltimore. TV principal roles seen by millions included The History Channel productions of The Dark Side Of Lincoln and The Cole Tragedy. In Cole, he played the number two FBI agent investigating the terrorist attack on the USS Cole. With twelve principal roles under his belt including the lead in the John Strawbridge directed film Convergence, the role of "Sheriff Orin Proud" in One-Eyed Horse naturally followed. Always in the search for new acting skills, One-Eyed Horserequired him to learn horseback riding and period weapons familiarity.

Behind the camera experience (along with his son, Rob Creager) include directing and producing his own cable access shows: Solutionsand Threatcon Delta: Your Role In Homeland Defense, and crewing on 180 other Montgomery Community shows. His first "Wrangler" credit can be found on the One-Eyed Horse camera test shoot.

Matthew Bowerman
Will Parish

Currently, Matthew has been appearing for over a year Off-Broadway in Ken Davenport's The Awesome 80's Prom as the DJ (and Swing). He was in the original Baltimore cast of the same production playing multiple roles at The Hippodrome for five months. He recently filmed two episodes of HBO's The Wire, and is wrapping work on the indie film Sins of the Father as Caleb Johnson. Matthew is a full-time Acting teacher and co-runs the Acting program at Carver Center for Arts and Technology specializing in a variety of disciplines. He is also adjunct faculty at the College of Notre Dame having taught Acting/Voice/Movement in their past undergraduate programs. Matthew has starred in a national tour of Don Quixote (Father Perez), as well as the Mid-Atlantic Premiere of Parade (Leo Frank). Matthew was nominated Baltimore Best Actor for his work as Andrew Goodman in Carol Weinberg's Freedom Summer at Vagabond's Theater. Other regional credits include: Godspell (Jesus), The Spitfire Grill (Caleb), Angels in America (Joe), Rocky Horror Picture Show (Riff, Brad), Jesus Christ Superstar (Jesus, Judas), Romeo and Juliet (Romeo), A Chorus Line (Paul), Les Miserables (Marius). He has created stuntwork and combat choreography for such productions as Camelot, Guys and Dolls, Jeckyll and Hyde, Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, Mother Courage, The Bear Facts, Don Quixote, Angels in America, Macbeth, and Jesus Christ Superstar. He hold a Bachelors in Acting from Towson University, a Masters in Theatre Education from Notre Dame, and is a fourth-year Doctoral Candidate focusing on Globalized Theatre Arts Education at the College of Notre Dame as well. He is a proud member of Actors Equity Association.

William 'Chinxy' Jenks
Thomas Gregory

Bio coming soon.

Sidney Blackmer

Sidney Blackmer was raised in the entertainment industry. His late father was the co-founder of Actor’s Equity in the 1920s and was a former president of Theatre Authority, a SAG board member, AFTRA delegate, and a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Both his father and mother were active members of SAG, AFTRA and Actor’s Equity, and collectively appeared in over 150 motion pictures , television productions and starring roles in approximately 35 Broadway plays, which included for my Father, a best actor Tony in 1950, as well as starring in the academy awarding winning short, Teddy the Rough Rider in 1940, having played the Roosevelt character in eleven motion pictures.

Although trained as a trial lawyer and Federal prosecutor, Mr. Blackmer has performed in two seasons of summer stock at the Hinsdale Summer Theatre in Hinsdale, Illinois appearing in five productions in each season. He also appeared in the Lost Colony outdoor drama in Manteo, N.C., as a featured player and in several college theatre productions at the University of North Carolina, at in Chapel Hill, NC, and later while there as an extra in the Miramar production, Three in the Attic and later that year in Cannon For Cordoba in Madrid, Spain. Recently Sidney worked as an extra in two television productions in the Washington DC area, West Wing and Twenty Questions and in two motion pictures, The Bourne Ultimatum and National Treasure II.

Rob Huddleston
Elwood Spand

Robert Huddleston is a collector of memorabilia, antique aircraft, antique automobiles and horse drawn carriages, and he is a long-time member of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA), the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) and the American Truck Historical Society (ATHS).

He has worked as a Stage Performer, a Private Investigator, a Disc Jockey, an Announcer, a News Reporter, a News Anchor, an Emcee, a Mascot and as a Program Director and Promotion Director for broadcasting companies as Heritage Broadcasting, Walmer Media Group, Jim Gibbons Broadcasting, Capstar, AM/FM Inc and Clear Channel Communications. As a child performer in the 1950’s, Mr. Huddleston appeared on stage with Hollywood's legendary Three Stooges when they were promoting their first full-length feature film Have Rocket Will Travel.

Mr. Huddleston is a Vietnam Era Veteran and a graduated from the USAF School of Applied Aerospace Sciences. He worked as a radio operator with the USAF and MD-ANG and was honorably discharged in 1977. He is a 600-hour graduate of the Broadcasting Institute of Maryland (BIM) in Baltimore, where he has taught Public Speaking and has served on the school’s Board of Alumni Advisors. Mr. Huddleston is an active Board member of the Radio & Television Museum, near Washington DC.

Robert Huddleston has performed on a stage in almost every state throughout the continental United States including Baltimore's Morris Mechanic Theatre and New York's prestigious Brooklyn Academy of Music. As a reporter, he has interviewed countless numbers of senators, congressmen, politicians, people of special interest, sport celebrities, an astronaut, and even a Hollywood pachyderm named Dondee who performed with actor Bill Murray in the movie Larger Than Life! Mr. Huddleston has covered the news and talk circuit on everything from hurricanes to murder trials. In 1999, Robert Huddleston’s collaborating Talk-Radio show Moms Talk was nationally televised as part of a Lifetime Network feature presentation.

Over the years, Mr. Huddleston has welcomed onto the stage such legendary performers as Connie Francis, Glen Campbell, Tanya Tucker, Larry Gatlin, George Hamilton IV, Hal Holbrook, the Oak Ridge Boys, the Drifters, the Coasters, George Jones and Loretta Lynn, to name a few. He has clowned around with comic Weird Al Yankovic, with television's Laverne & Shirley's Cindy Williams and Eddie Mecca, with 007 James Bond's arch villain Richard 'Jaws' Kiel, and he has clowned around Frederick, Maryland as 99.9WFRE-FM's bumble-bee mascot, FreeBee.

In recent years, Mr. Huddleston has performed as an Actor/Background Extra in movie scenes with Nichole Kidman and Danial Craig (The Invasion), with Matt Damen (The Good Shepherd), with Robert Duvall (Gods and Generals), with Comedian Chris Rock (Head of State), with John Travolta and Joaquin Phoenix (Ladder 49), with Alan Rickman, Kiera Sedgwick and Mary Stuart Masterson (Something The Lord Made). A highlight in his acting career is that of getting personal, one-on-one direction in scenes for The Good Shepherd by Actor/Director Robert De Niro.

In films, Mr. Huddleston has portrayed complex character roles as a Navy Rear Admiral (The West Wing/Warner Bros.), an aged boxing trainer (The GOOD Fat City/Independent), a weary train traveler (The Time Machine/Independent), a mysterious phychiatrist with a BIG syringe (Syringe/Independent), a 13th century Catholic priest (Truth Prevails: The Undying Faith of Jan Hus/Christian History Institute), an unscrupulous 19th century patent lawyer (Stolen Thunder/History Channel), a murderous Baptist preacher (Who Killed Jake/Independent), and as the 19th century Fort Levenworth Prison Warden, Lt. Col. Elwood Spand (One-Eyed Horse/Independent), to name some.

Currently, Mr. Huddleston performs as a freelance voice-over talent in radio and television commercials, and he occassionally performs on live stage.

Mr. Huddleston now resides in Maryland, to be close to his children and grandchildren


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