Stephen Baldwin's entertainment career has spanned more than 25 years and ranges from film to TV to radio. He achieved recognition starring in the acclaimed rodeo picture 8 Seconds and he landed a breakthrough role in 1995's double-Oscar® winning film The Usual Suspects. He played Barney Rubble in family film The Flintstones In Viva Rock Vegas. He has appeared on TV's Celebrity Apprentice and I'm a Celebrity … Get Me out of Here! In 2006, Baldwin released his book The Unusual Suspect, which details his personal life, career, days of drug abuse, and ultimately, his becoming a born-again Christian after the 9/11 attacks. In 2008, Baldwin teamed with conservative talk-radio host Kevin McCullough for the Baldwin/McCullough *LIVE* radio show. He also worked with the Downes Brothers and David A.R. White in Six: The Mark Unleashed.
Well known for his role as Shane Fuller in Courageous, Kevin Downes has been acting, producing, directing and writing films for more than 16 years. He most recently starred in Moms' Night Out, which he also produced. He debuted in the youth ministry film The Crossing in 1994, which spawned his vision of producing and creating films that glorify God and bring people closer to Him. Kevin has produced numerous films, including the critically acclaimed Like Dandelion Dust (based on the best-selling novel from Karen Kingsbury), The Moment After, Mercy Streets, and the youth-oriented, action-adventure film The Lost Medallion. Behind the camera, Kevin has directed Amazing Love and Six: The Mark Unleashed.
David A.R. White is the most visible actor and producer in the Christian entertainment industry. After attending Moody Bible Institute for one year, David left Chicago and moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. At the age of 19, David landed a recurring role on the hit CBS television sitcom Evening Shade, starring Burt Reynolds. In 1999, David began producing (as well as acting in) movies, including The Moment After and Mercy Streets. In 2006, David became a founding partner in Pure Flix, a film distribution and production company that is now the largest independent faith and family film studio in the world. David has starred in more than 25 faith films including the Pure Flix film, God's Not Dead, which became the highest-grossing, independent faith film in 2014. David helped create and produce the comedy film Moms' Night Out (SONY Pictures) and was a producer for Do You Believe?
Grammy and Dove Award-winning contemporary Christian music superstar Rebecca St. James moved to Los Angeles in 2008 to broaden creative horizons with a move into acting. Her numerous credits include Rising Stars, The Frontier Boys, and the leading role in the pro-life movie from Pure Flix, Sarah's Choice.
Si Robertson is a television personality, preacher, hunter, outdoorsman, former U.S. Army soldier, Vietnam War veteran, and duck-call maker at Duck Commander. He is best known for his role on A&E's Duck Dynasty, on which he has emerged as the breakout character. He has also appeared on other shows such as the Outdoor Channel's Buck Commander.
Actress, producer, New York Times bestselling, author, and inspirational speaker Candace Cameron Bure is outspoken and passionate about her family and faith. Known to millions worldwide from her role as D.J. Tanner on the iconic family sitcom Full House, Candace continues to flourish in the entertainment industry as role model to women of all ages. With an acting career that started at the age of 5, Candace grew up in show business alongside her brother Kirk Cameron and has appeared in countless national television commercials, prime-time hits, made-for-TV movies, and feature films. Her book Reshaping It All: Motivation for Physical and Spiritual Fitness inspires women to embrace a healthier lifestyle by moving faith to the forefront of their relationship with food.
Scott Whyte has been acting professionally since he was 10. He is best known for his roles in the Mighty Ducks movies and the hit NBC sitcom City Guys. He has always been interested in the arts: drawing, painting, animation, as well as acting, hosting, music, and most recently, voice acting. His TV work includes guest roles on Full House, The Nanny, That 70’s Show, Just Shoot Me!, and Hang Time. He also hosted the series Chicken Soup For The Soul, based on the best selling books. He has been in a number of indie films as well as SciFi Network original films. In addition to voice acting, Scott also has a career in music, writing and producing music for film, TV, and commercials; playing on or producing a handful of albums; and fronting a weekly house band in California.
Sean McGowan is a graduate from California Institute of the Arts and has been acting for more than a decade. His films include End Of The Spear (starring as Jim Elliot), Oba The Last Samari, and FAITH OF OUR FATHERS. His television work includes Star Trek Enterprise and Switched at Birth. His stage work includes the Los Angeles theatre premiere of Aaron Sorkin’s A Few Good Men. In addition to acting, Sean has a (nearly) fulltime career writing and producing for companies as varied as Relativity, Legendary, and Citizen Jones. He feels incredibly blessed to be the father to a wonderful 7-year-old boy and the husband to his lovely wife Leigh.
As an actor, Carey Scott has appeared in more than 75 films and TV shows, including Making The Grade, Bruce Almighty, Star Trek V, Mad Men, Veronica Mars, Boston Legal, and many others. He has also appeared in nearly two-dozen plays in New York and Los Angeles including Orphans and Tea and Sympathy. Carey studied acting with legendary master teacher Stella Adler. In 1983, Carey established the renowned acting school, The Rehearsal Room, where he has taught acting for over 30 years. His school currently has a six-month waiting list to audition to get in. Carey made his directorial debut with the 2009 film Hidden Secrets starring John Schneider and Reginald Vel Johnson, which he also co-wrote. FAITH OF OUR FATHERS, which he co-wrote, is Carey's second feature as a director.
Michael Scott, who serves as a Managing Partner and Chief Productions Officer for Pure Flix, is an experienced and successful film-production veteran. His work has earned him multiple awards, including the KLOVE Impact Award and the Movieguide Epiphany Prize for Most Inspiring Movie of 2014 for God's Not Dead, which made $60 million at the box office. He has produced 25 films, including Do You Believe?, Book of Daniel, What If, and Christmas With A Capital C. Less than 10 years after Michael, Russell Wolfe, and David A.R. White founded Pure Flix, it is world's leading faith-based film-production and distributor. Michael holds a degree in theology from Vision Christian Bible College, and a degree in photography from Colorado's Institute of Art.
Since 1999, Bobby Downes has been involved in every aspect of filmmaking from script development, financing, production, marketing, and distribution worldwide. He has produced more than a dozen feature films for the faith market, including Like Dandelion Dust, Hoovey, The Lost Medallion, The Visitation, The Redemption of Henry Myers, and Six: The Mark Unleashed. In addition to producing, Bobby co-founded ChristianCinema.com in 1999, which now offers the largest selection of faith-affirming and family-approved movies on the Internet. The company is also the largest independent retailer of faith-based movies in the U.S. and was named to the Inc. 5000 list in 2010. Bobby is a former public school teacher and missionary team leader. He earned his Bachelor's and Master's degrees from California Polytechnic State University.