An electrifying story demands a dynamic and powerful cast. The cast of First Do No Harm does not disappoint.An electrifying story demands a dynamic and powerful cast. The cast of First Do No Harm does not disappoint.
Mike Gallagher

Mike Gallagher – Himself

Besides his talk radio duties, Mike is equally comfortable in front of television cameras. He’s a FOX News Channel Contributor making frequent appearances on all of the FOX News Channel programs as well as occasionally guest hosting talk shows on the cable news giant. He added “author” to his resume with his first book, which became a New York Times Bestseller, Surrounded by Idiots — Fighting Liberal Lunacy in America, published by William Morrow, an imprint of Harper Collins. In September 2012, Simon and Schuster (Threshold) published Mike’s second book, 50 Things Liberals Love to Hate, a humorous, insightful romp about the many things about America liberals seem to hate.

In addition to his broadcasting duties, Mike enjoys performing on stage and film as a professional actor. Highlights included touring with Sally Struthers in the A.R. Gurney play, “Love Letters”, as well as appearing at the Shubert Theatre in New York in the Broadway production of the Tony award-winning musical, “Memphis” as well as several cities on the show’s national tour, playing the role of the White Deejay in the show’s opening number. One of his favorite theaters in America is Lyric Stage in Irving, Texas, where he will be playing the role of Mayor Shinn in The Music Man in June 2013. He’ll also be shaving his head (or will he?) when he plays Oliver Warbucks in the (Greenville) South Carolina Children’s Theatre production of Annie in September 2013. He recently became a Broadway investor, supporting the smash hit production of Pippin, which won the 2013 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical.

Now in his 14th year of national syndication, the “happy conservative warrior” offers a combination of a fast-paced, fun delivery, a passionate interaction with his listeners and a first-name basis relationship with leading newsmakers from coast-to-coast, all of which makes The Mike Gallagher Show one of the most consistently popular programs on national radio today.

Kenny Santiago Marrero

Kenny Santiago Marrero – Jesús Torres

Kenny Santiago Marrero is a native born out of the Bronx, New York into the home of a traditional Puerto Rican family.

At an early age Kenny was on stage performing in local church and community plays, with roles that ranged from the book of Genesis down to Revelation. From the good kid to the evil child the energy on stage delivered by him was always captivating to the audience creating a local following fan club. Moving forward to his college years he embraced roles that tested his abilities to perform stage combat; speaking in certain dialects as British, Italian, also classical theater. Ranging from Shakespeare to contemporary theater, and Spanish speaking roles. Kenny proved that the decade of time he spent performing in his mother’s church plays truly gifted him with a natural ability to perform.

Currently active in the Midwest, Nashville and the Hollywood area Kenny continues to stretch his range as an actor. Receiving several best actor nominations and awards from several film festivals; the Hollywood 168 film competition being the most recent best actor nomination, along with the Irene Ryan Theatre Competition and Academy of Arts University film program Kenny continues to maintain a steady work ethic.

Ty Rushing

Ty Rushing – Michael Eugene Hatcher

Ty Rushing spent nine years in Los Angeles (1998-2007) working in the entertainment industry. He worked in everything from Sketch-comedy, television, film and created, wrote and performed a one-man show on the main stage of the Comedy Store, and several other venues around Los Angeles. He has done over 75 voice-over projects from AT&T to the video game “The Thing”. Ty has worked on camera with Billy Bob Thornton, Sean William Scott and Brent Brisco in “Mr. Woodcock”; Benjamin Bratt and Dennis Hopper in the television show “E-Ring”; and Ty Hodges in the indie film “Miles From Home”. Along with acting & writing he has been a producer on several music videos, indie films, documentaries, and a reality show concept.

He has trained in every area of acting with some of the top trainers in the business. His training in comedy came from all 6 stages of Improv Olympics where Chris Farley, Andy Dick, Andy Richter, Mike Meyers, Tina Fey & many, many more received their training. Commercial & theatrical audition training came from Margie Haber and her amazing instructors at Margie Haber Studios who have trained the likes of Lisa Rinna, Tom Arnold, Halle Berry, Stephen Collins, Molly Sims, Heather Locklear, Kelly Preston, and many more. His script & character breakdown came from acting coach Scott Colomby who is a veteran actor, writer, producer & director in the entertainment industry.

Ty worked with a small start up production company (Three Kings Entertainment) where he did everything from produce music videos, run a camera, run sound, run interviews, and even help to edit some projects.

Scott Alms

Scott Alms – Dr. Jonathan Sanger, MD

Scott Alms was originally from Washington, D.C. and has now called Greenville, S.C. home for several years. After working in the chemical industry and Hazmat response teams for disasters such as the World Trade Center catastrophe and the Anthrax remediation in Washington, D.C., he knew this wasn’t his calling and always felt drawn to the world of acting.

He started as an extra to get a feel of how the industry works and the long hours and dedication it takes to make it all happen and decided this was the career for him. Leaving his former career behind, he took a leap of faith and started studying under the renowned Margerie Haber and Actors Studio. He has since starred in several films, commercials and TV shows including The Hunger Games, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Sleepy Hollow, Homeland, Sid Roth’s Its Supernatural, Spokesman / Host for Wal-Mart commercials, Ridgid Power Tools, and has just been cast as Clint Hill in a new Robert Redford film in pre-production with a working title of JFK the Real Story.

Mr. Alms is a Christian and supporter of Pro-Life and felt drawn to this film and what it represents. He is honored to play the part of Dr. Jonathan Sanger and feels this story needs to be shared with hopes it will help someone that is going through a difficult time to make the right decision.

Katie Layman

Katie Layman – Maria Torres

Morgan Avery McCoy

Morgan Avery McCoy – Grace Thompson

Morgan McCoy is an actress, author, motivational speaker, and former professor whose life’s mission is to A.C.T. (Advocate Change and Transformation). She was the valedictorian of her high school class and earned her B.A. in Theater from Hampton University and M.A. in Communications from Regent University. During her matriculation at these universities, her gifts of writing and performing were cultivated and she began to write and produce plays, films, and P.S.A.s that creatively addressed a variety of social woes. She has acted in national commercial projects for companies such as Wal-mart, Dicks Sporting Goods, and Martin’s Food Store and worked as a lead and supporting actress for film and television projects including but not limited to Discovery Channel’s Nightmare Next Door, Four Sundays in Spring, Parallax, and Under The Cherry Tree. Morgan is ecstatic about her role as Tracy in The Heart television series and feels honored to have the opportunity to work on this project. Currently Morgan McCoy is also touring her one woman show, “Evolution of a Black Girl: From the Slave House to the White House”, hosting her web talk show, speaking at various youth and women’s conferences and working on her next book. Her desire is that with every role performed, sermon delivered, speech given, monologue presented, play written, story told, or film produced that it will be used as a tool to spread the Gospel, advocate change and transformation, and encourage others to be better than they were before. Morgan McCoy currently resides in Richmond, VA. For more info see or

John Oliver

John Oliver – School Principal, Dr. James Hardwick

John Oliver is an American actor, broadcaster and producer. Mr. Oliver began a broadcasting career at age fifteen in his hometown of Tryon, NC at WTYN. He began a career working around the country as an on air personality with stints at the legendary WKZQ and Kiss FM.

John “retired” from on air broadcasting at age 30 and began concentrating on his career as an actor, specializing in voiceover. He has played numerous roles on Stage and Television and his voice is heard around the world with work for clients such as: HBO, ESPN, NFL Films, Lodgenet, HGTV, Food Network, Dicks Sporting Goods, Lowes, Toyota Trucks, the PGA and many more. John Oliver also hosted and produced one of America’s first syndicated music news updates for broadcast television called “Rockwave”, sponsored by Coca-Cola.

John is currently a co-creator and producer for “Rockin’ A Hard Place” A thirty minute TV show based in a music venue. Mr. Oliver is also producer and host for a new syndicated radio program called FIRST which deals with recovery from substance abuse.

Kimberly Ann Klasnic

Kimberly Ann Klasnic – Christina Sanger

Kimberly Ann was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She married her high school sweetheart and has raised three children. Two are Los Angeles actors and her youngest is a Senior in high school preparing to attend Engineering school. Kimberly Ann enjoyed life as a stay at home Mom while pursuing her Associates & Bachelor degrees. She discovered that her true passions are singing and acting and spent several years performing with The O’Kaysions who have the Gold record, “Girl Watcher.” Her own debut single release ‘Got to Get Up’ was on the Top 50 Indie Country Music Charts and played worldwide. She has worked as an actress/model for several years where she can be seen and heard in several commercials and corporate videos. Kimberly Ann just finished up filming an ACE/3M commercial which airs on the NASCAR channel and online. Kimberly Ann is a pro-life supporter and is very honored to be a part of First Do No Harm.

Carley Tomlinson

Carley Tomlinson – Hope Maxwell

Carley Tomlinson is currently a Senior at Travelers Rest High School in Upstate South Carolina. She spends half of every school day studying ballet and modern dance at the Greenville Fine Arts Center, an invitation “by audition” performing arts high school that is ranked among the top 20 performing arts schools in the country. She has performed in school and church plays and musicals since she was six. Carley enjoys being in front of crowds and cameras. She was recently in the cast of Greenville Little Theater’s Annie Get Your Gun, and has been in various music videos, movie teasers/trailers, and television commercials.

She will be in her high school musical this year in a singing/dancing/acting role and recently won her high school talent competition performing a dance that she choreographed herself. She also designed the outfit that she performed in.

Julie Zimmer

Julie Zimmer – TV Newscaster, Sandra Carlson

Julie grew up in Chicago but has lived in Greenville, SC the past 15 years. She is married and has 2 beautiful children.

Julie has always had a passion for the arts. She began playing piano at the age of 6 and from there added acting and singing to the list of her many hobbies. She enjoys musical theatre and has had the opportunity to accompany several shows in the Chicagoland suburbs as well as play roles in Greenville with the South Carolina Children’s Theatre and the Academy of Arts. Julie loves traveling with her husband. They have had the privilege of visiting Tahiti, Africa, Micronesian Islands, & Europe to name a few. Dave and Julie especially enjoy visiting missionaries abroad. Cooking is the most recent hobby she’s tackling and especially appreciates ethnic foods and cultures.

Julie is honored to be part of this film. If even just one mother changes her mind and chooses life for her baby after viewing the film, it will be totally worth it.

Dale Gilbert

Dale Gilbert – TV Newscaster, Walter Anderson


Bonnie Johnson

Bonnie Johnson – Mrs. Judy Montgomery

Bonnie Johnson has had a principal role in over 75 feature films/TV movies and commercials and has worked with such stars as Denzel Washington, Tommy Lee Jones, and Robin Williams. Look for Bonnie in “Killing Kennedy”, which will air on the National Geographic channel November 10th. Her passion is being part of films such as “First Do No Harm” which has an important message that honors God.

William Barrows

William Barrows – Bob Simpson

William Barrows is an aspiring actor who has had a role as the deceased father of Alexander Morentsen in the 2010 family drama film More than Diamonds. He was born, raised, and currently resides in Greenville, SC with his wife Terisa of 26 years and three children. He has an Associate’s Degree in Biblical Studies from Multnomah University in Portland, OR.

Bill has lived many little boy’s dreams of being an accomplished cowboy, firefighter, and police officer. He currently employs his skills and training as an insurance fraud investigator and utilizes his past experiences in the roles he plays. When not investigating the cause of a fire or a potentially fraudulent insurance claim, Bill enjoys working outdoors and building furniture in his woodshop.

Vitaly LeBeau

Vitaly LeBeau – Micah Weaver

Vitaly Andrew LeBeau was born August 30th, 2005, in Lenoir, North Carolina to Andy and Jennie LeBeau. He has an older sister, Chloe. He also has four dogs, a cat, and two fish! Vitaly’s name is Russian and means ‘Life’. He is homeschooled and currently finishing 3rd grade curriculum. Vitaly is a quiet, yet outgoing kid who enjoys building Legos, reading, working puzzles, and playing on his tablet, which he bought himself with his first acting paycheck! Vitaly started acting in February of 2013. He has since had several roles in features and shorts. He is looking forward to what the future holds for his acting career.

Vonda Skelton

Vonda Skelton – Clinic Receptionist

Vonda Skelton has always loved entertaining. So much that as a 12 year old, she saved her babysitting money for guitar lessons, donned a cowgirl hat, and — even though she hated country music — joined The Jubilee Ramblers country music band, simply so she could be on TV every Saturday morning. While working and raising children, theater, church drama, playwriting and directing, and background work fed her drama fix. Now retired from nursing, she’s had opportunities to work in independent and student films, industrials, and is Co-Director of the Gideon Media Arts Conference & Film Festival Teen Intern Program. She’s the author of four books, a national speaker, and founder of Christian Communicators Conference Speakers Training. She and Gary live in Simpsonville, SC and have two married daughters and four grandchildren. They’ve been married all their lives, and they’re still happy about it!

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    First Do No Harm is a short dramatic film that follows elementary school janitor, Jesús Torres, as he is confronted with two strikingly similar ethical dilemmas.
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