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A FILM BY JASON AFFOLDER

CAST

MORGAN GLOVER – Aurora

Morgan Glover is a New Orleans native who at an early age gravitated toward the discipline of music, eventually playing clarinet, percussion and most importantly, piano. It was during her studies of this instrument at NOCCA (New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts) that she was introduced to the producers of A QUIET STORM by her teacher, Dr. Hristo Birbochukov. Although she had never appeared professionally on camera before, her natural skills as an actor were immediately apparent, and after a series of auditions she was offered the lead role of Aurora Williams. Morgan plans to study Finance in college.   

MARTIN BRADFORD – Tyrell

Martin 'Bats' Bradford is a native of New Orleans, LA and a graduate of Dillard University where he studied Mass Communications and Theatre Arts. Being bitten by the acting bug as a child, he began writing and acting in his own plays in elementary school,propelling him into a myriad of camps, workshops and productions well into college. A writer, director, teaching artist, poet and Co-Founder of the Gumbo Monster new media collective, Bradford lives to tell stories through the art. Theater credits include Macbeth, TopDog/Underdog, Porgy, Miss Evers' Boys, The Angola 3, Fences, Fishers of Men, Clybourne Park and The Motherf**ker with the Hat. Film credits include indie films such as NoLa Circus and Carter and June, and television credits ranging from American Horror Story: Coven, CBS' Zoo, Fox's Scream Queens, as well as recurring roles on The CW's Containment as "Montana" and CBS' NCIS: New Orleans as "Ross P."

  MARTIN BRADFORD  – Aurora

SAMANTHA BEAULIEU – Natasha

Samantha Beaulieu is an actress, radio host, and writer born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. She began her film career with a lead role in the short film Her Father’s Daughter, which led to a principal role in Big Momma’s House 2 with Martin Lawrence. Since then, Beaulieu has guest starred on TV series such as Treme; Eastbound and Down; American Horror Story: Coven and NCIS: New Orleans.  She has also appeared in the films The Whole Truth, Get Hard, Return to Sender and Mississippi Grind.

With over 20 film and TV acting credits under her belt, Samantha also works onstage in New Orleans, having appeared in A Raisin in the Sun, The Women of Brewster Place, Ceremonies in Dark Old Men, Jar The Floor, Our Town and Ernest.

You can also listen to Beaulieu on WBOK 1230 AM radio New Orleans, where she hosts "The Samantha Beaulieu Show", highlighting the best of New Orleans entertainment and entertainers.

 

TERENCE ROSEMORE – Merlin

Terence Rosemore was born in Great Falls, Montana and raised in New Orleans where he got his start as an Actor in Ted Gilliam's Dashiki Theatre Company. He is an award winning Filmmaker and Actor who has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry including Robert Duvall, Halle Berry, John Hurt, Matthew McConaughey, Nicolas Cage, Don Cheadle, and Will Ferrell.

Rosemore is the founder of digital media company Out of Nowhere Films. Content created by Rosemore has been featured on Fox Television, NBC/Universal's DotComedy.com, ChannelME.TV and Columbia/Sony's Crackle.com.

Mr. Rosemore says his ultimate goal is to significantly increase minority and female participation in all aspects of the entertainment industry.

RHONDA JOHNSON DENTS – Grace

Born in Milwaukee, WI, Rhonda spent her adult life in her mother's native New Orleans, LA. After her son finished high school, she returned to college to complete her studies, earning a B.A. in Film and Theater Arts from the University of New Orleans. A chance meeting with director Ed Bishop provided her with her first acting experience when he cast her as Maria in Porgy, and inspired a lasting love of acting. Porgy led to other theater and film roles, among them: Fantastic Four, Free State of Jones, Joe Dirt 2; and TV roles in American Horror Story and Treme. In addition to acting, Rhonda is a writer. Her greatest ambition is to to create content for the stage and film that include stories and reflect the lives of America's most under-represented people, women and minorities.