Featured Artist

J. Smit, singer/songwriter - The new R&B project of J. Smit aka John Smith offers a smooth blend of R&B, acoustic soul, jazz, the timeless overtones of some of music's greatest crooners and a soul that only he can bring! Imagine a style that delicately fuses together overtones of the industry’s smoothest crooners from Dave Hollister, Donnel Jones and Brian McKnight to Sam Cooke and Marvin Gaye – talk about sexy! J. Smit has the finesse to imitate just the right blend of old-school delivery for an incomparable sound. But the soul? Now that’s all his own. http://www.iamjsmit.com
Quinton "Que" Smith, Que a singer/songwriter with a soulfully strong voice from Memphis, TN was raised on such artists as Al Green, Marvin Gaye and Keith Sweat, taking a big interest in the likings of H-Town, Blackstreet, and Brian McKnight. Growing up around talented rappers Three 6 Mafia  has truly affected the way he approaches R&B. With a hustler's mentality, humbleness and military work ethic installed in him throughout his career in the Air Force he has impressed his peers and numerous big names in the music industry. He has written songs for local artists in the Alabama/Atlanta area and has also started receiving inquiries from numerous labels. This Arkansas born Memphis raised kid is most definitely the definition of persistent. As he strives for fame he still feels that he hasn't even scratched the surface of his potential. From producing to writing he does it all. http://www.myppk.com/get/qhiel


Debrika Wright Person was born and raised in Montgomery, Alabama. She is the second oldest of six children. While still residing in Montgomery, she currently works fulltime at a well known electric company. She is also a student at Virginia College Montgomery pursuing a degree in Business Administrative Office Management which will be obtained in Winter 2012. In July of 2010, Debrika started her career in acting by being an extra in Tyler Perry’s “For Colored Girls” starring Janet Jackson, Anika Noni Rose, Whoopi Goldberg, Kimberly Elise. She was also extra in Erwin Brothers’ “October’s Baby” starring Rachel Hendrix, Jason Burkey, Jasmine Guy and John Schneider. Later on that year she transitioned to a film series by Thaddeus Brooks Productions where she was casted for supporting roles in “High 5” and “First of the Month” in the Connections Series. Debrika is looking forward to many more acting opportunities in the future.
Trishunda A. Mooney is talented, creative, confident, versatile and spiritually driven. Born and raised in Montgomery, Alabama, she attended Jefferson Davis High School where she then moved to Atlanta, Georgia to attend Bauder College. Trishunda’s overwhelming stage presence and ability to captivate an audience, have afforded the opportunity to work in modeling, along with the movie and film industry. Her talent and beauty have been featured in The Anatomy of Love (2010/film), Bloodborn (2010/film), RSVP Montgomery Magazine (2009/The List) & The Gospel (2005/ film) and a host of many other local productions. “…from everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked” (Luke 12:48). Trishunda understands the need of humanitarian efforts within the community and devotes countless hours and energy toward nonprofit and charitable organizations. She is on a life long voyage of becoming a model and spokesperson for any company that embodies compassion for the community and self-empowerment.
Latasha Kendrick made her first appearance in the Wetumpka Depot Players: Alice in Wonderland. She later served as a prop mistress in the Alabama Conference of State Community Theater festival’s award winning production of All I Really need To Know I Learned in Kindergarten. She made her first professional appearance in Wetumpka Depot’s original production of The Wedding from Hell at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. She has a reoccurring role in the second and third episodes of the Connections Short Film Series by Thaddeus Brooks Productions. An aspiring voice-over, commercial print, and spokes model, she is a graduate of Auburn State University Montgomery and has more than 10 years of service with Alabama Power Company.
Margaret Stokes was born in Clarke County, Alabama and raised in a small town called Pine Hill. In 1982, she graduated from Pine Hill High School and moved to Montgomery to attend Alabama State University. During her experience at ASU, Margaret became a member of the Hornets Cheerleaders Team and pledged Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice and minored in Sociology. Currently, Margaret works with the Alabama Department of Transportation. She is happily married to her soul mate and the proud mother of a 23 year old son. She has a newly discovered passion for entertainment and wants to pursue all avenues possible. She plays the reoccurring role of Victoria Peters in all 5 episodes of the Connections Short Film Series.
Tristiana “Prodigy” Mays graduated from Jeff Davis High School in Montgomery Alabama in 2008 . She is currently enrolled at Huntingdon College and is on the women’s basketball team. Prodigy is a former lead dancer with Showtime MGM and has made professional presentations from the production “Ride Rosa Ride”. In 2011, she was selected for the role of Imani Martin in the 3rd episode of the Connections Short Film Series: First of the Month, by Thaddeus Brooks Productions. She is an active member of Open Door Christian Faith Church in Montgomery, where she sings in the choir and participates in youth activities. She is an employee at Arby’s and volunteers at the South Montgomery YMCA. In her spare time, she also volunteers to teach youth the fundamentals of basketball and provides ongoing support to her high school basketball coach with the girl’s team.
Tunisia R. Thomas is a native of Montgomery, Al, who loves the performing arts. She has graced the stage in such performances as “Cotton Club Comes to Skegee”, When Love Isn’t Enough”, and “Annie Get Your Gun”. Her most recent performance was as Alice in the 1980’s Broadway musical, “Big River” performed at the Wetumpka Depot Theater and she has a reoccurring role in the Connections Short Film Series. Tunisia has worked as an extra in the films “Big Fish” and “Honeydripper”, both of which she is seen in. She has also performed as a liturgical dancer in the play, “Passing through the Storm”. When not in performances, she enjoys choreographing them. She’s done so for her church, the Heart of God’s Ministries, as well as for Common Ground Montgomery, YMCA youth cheerleaders, and the Flag Corps at Brewbaker Jr. High and Sidney Lanier High Schools.
Tsachai Sky Maduro is an accomplished actress who is driven by an incredible passion for self-expression. Her roles are often noted for their unique blend of passion, grace, and fire. Sky has created characters that are unforgettable. Sky has appeared in short films such as the Connections Short Film Series episode 3: "First of the Month", by Thaddeus Brooks Productions. She has also appeared in more than a dozen major theater productions. Sky is a native of the islands and when not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and their adorable children.
Veromonique R. Ntseful was born in Panama City, Florida and raised in Mobile, Alabama. She is the youngest of three daughters and enjoys spending time with her family. Veromonique's most favorite thing to do in the whole world is to show off the great talent in Performing Arts that God has blessed her with. She makes her film debut in a reoccurring role of Corrine Carter in Thaddeus Brooks Productions "Undetectable" and all 5 episodes of the Connections Short Film Series. Her 5 year plan is to open her own school to help bring the arts out of today’s youth in a positive way.
Jillian Bibbins does complicated math problems so she can calculate how to make a basket from anywhere on the court. Someday she’ll love to take long walks on the beach and the ocean will be her backyard. Since the age of eight, she has been able to cook a gourmet meal in an hour and prepares southern foods in a matter of minutes. As a skilled athlete, Jillian can throw a discus, shot put and javelin without hitting her competitors. She loves to read books like Galileo, Copernicus, Stephanie Meyer, and Lemony Snicket. She lives by the mottos “You must be the change you want to see in the world”, “You may clip our wings, but we will never forget how to fly”, and “In the end, it’s not going to matter how many breaths you took, but how many moments took your breath away”. She is caring and hard working. Jillian is a native of Montgomery, Alabama. She makes her acting debut in the 2nd episode of the Connections Short Film Series: Blood Born, produced by Thaddeus Brooks.
Sherrette Spicer is mother to one biological daughter, Radiance Nevaeh, as well as many adopted youth in the “village”. An activist and aspiring attorney, determined to raise the consciousness and awareness of her community. Reared in a military home that exposed her to many different cultures, geographical locations, lifestyles, and economic classes. Known to young leaders in the Black Belt as a talk show host, choreographer, model, actress, playwright, songwriter, and comedienne extraordinaire. Sherrette has appeared on stage in Marriage of Figarro, Carmen, The Healing Song, and Juneteenth 2008. She has also appeared on screen in the short film “Undetectable and in the 1st episode of the Connections Short Film Series: High 5, both produced by Thaddeus Brooks.
Curtia Torbert is native of Montgomery, Alabama. She is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Performance at Alabama State University where she has lead productions including “Africa to America,” “Mam,” and “A Song for Coretta.” Having been trained in dance, piano, alto saxophone, archery and equestrianism, she offers a wide range of abilities. Her theatre training extends into stage makeup and as stage manager. In 2010, Curtia made her transition into film with “Undetectable” by Thaddeus Brooks Productions. She continuously evolves her character throughout the “Connections” film series, also by Thaddeus Brooks Productions. She appeared as an extra in the 2011 film “What to Expect When You’re Expecting,” starring Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Lopez. Curtia is an exceptional commodity in the entertainment industry.
Tamara McMillan is a profound Junior Theatre Arts Major at Alabama State University. She is the older of two siblings and was born and raised in Monroeville, Alabama where she spent most of her childhood being tenacious about her gift as an actress. Tamara makes her transition from stage to film in the reoccurring role of Rain Holiday in Undetectable, High 5, and the remaining 4 episodes of the Connections Series, all by Thaddeus Brooks Productions. She is a member of the York Chapel A.M.E. Church in Franklin, Alabama where she is an Usher and a choir member. Her interests are acting and dancing. In her spare time she likes to hang out with her friends, travel, and watch movies. She one day dreams of becoming a renowned actress and leaving behind a positive trail for the future generation to follow.
Tawanda Hudson was born November 14, 1979 in Mobile, Alabama but moved to Uniontown at the age of 1 with her new foster mother and family. At 16, she moved to Selma, where she attended high school, and was an honor student and drama club member. She landed the lead role in the school’s first play, giving birth to her unknown joy for acting. While attending Wallace Community College Selma to pursue an ELT degree, Tawanda also enrolled in the College of Performing Arts Department where she developed her acting and writing skills. She went on to host and perform at many venues, and produced a spoken word album. She wrote for the college’s year round programs, earned roles in several documentaries, productions, and town plays. She makes her debut on screen in the short films "Undetectable" and "Blood Born" by Thaddeus Brooks Productions. She also enjoys singing, and recently landed 2 hit songs. Tawanda is a woman that obviously does not mind getting her hands dirty, her intellect sparked, her vocals warmed, and her acting talents appreciated.
Linda F. Holmes was born on February 14, 1954, in Selma, Alabama. She graduated from the Alabama Lutheran Academy and later attended Trenholm State Technical College in Montgomery, Al. Linda currently serves as the Personnel Director for the Office of the Secretary of State for the State of Alabama. She has done volunteer work for the March of Dimes Campaign, Diabetes, and the Kidney Foundation. Linda makes her acting debut in the production of the 3rd episode of the Connections Short Film Series entitled “First of the Month”. She works tireless at any goal set until it reaches perfection, while insisting that everyone give 100% to make the project work; and will except nothing less. She is ‘Sunshine in Motion;’ therefore, she can always see the good in anybody or any situation. Her biggest accomplishment has been practicing Christianity and working tirelessly for the building of the church, and spreading the Good News of Christ.
Keneshia White is a 22 year old only child who resides in Selma, Alabama. She was born in Detroit Michigan and raised in Pensacola, Florida. She is a Business Administration major at Concordia College. Keneshia is also on of the radio personalites b.k.a. as London at Selma’s Z105.3 station. Keneshia has worked in acting, dancing, and modeling. She was selected for a role in the short films Undetectable and the 1st episode of the Connections Short Film Series: High 5. She is a jack of all trades and a social butterfly looking to expand her horizons in the entertainment industry.
Kearra Brown is a native of Montgomery, Al, where she graduated from Booker .T Washington High School. She is the founder of Birthright Theatre Production. Kearra is a playwright and director. She has written over a dozen plays and produces nearly six of them. She has been in production such as “The doors of the church are now open” and “Wisdom Cries”. She enjoys working in her local church with the youth. Kearra joins Thaddeus Brooks Productions as the lead role of Cairi Cooper in the 4th episode of the Connections Short Film Series...Till Death Do Us Part.
Amber Satcher. Third oldest of six kids, Amber Satcher graduated from Jacksonville High School in 2011, and is now attending Gadsden State Community College. In the fall of 2012, she will be attending Alabama State University. She is a Focus Leader at Gadsden State and she is also a part of their Southern Bell Dance Team. With school, dance, work, and pursuing an acting career, Amber still manages to keep her 3.7 GPA. Born and raised in Anniston AL, Amber has always been a part of theatrical programs which include acting, dancing, and writing. From the age of eight until present, she has been in over twenty productions such as playing the scarecrow role in the "Wizard of Oz". Her most recent project was a commercial shoot for Gadsden State Community College. With the success of her play “Mr. Brown”, Amber has been inspired to enhance her writing skills as a playwright. She recently finished writing "The Giver" and "It Never Fails. Amber's career goal is to become an actress and start producing shows that promote positivity. Most importantly, she wants to become role model for young African American ladies to always have a dream and never become a common statistic. Although Amber has accomplished a lot in her young years, she knows that God is not through with her yet. She joins Thaddeus Brooks Productions in the 4th episode of the Connections Short Film Series…Till Death Do Us Part, in the role of the nurse.
DaeBreana Easley is the 11 year old daughter of Leo and Torida Easley who currently resides in Albany, GA. She is a fifth grade high honors student at Lincoln Magnet Elementary School. DaeBreana was selected to be a part of the Honors Chorus and is a Lincoln Leader at her school where she has a 4.0 grade average. She is an active member of First Monumental Faith Ministries where she is part of the youth choir and the Perfected Praise Dance Ministry. She currently dances at Uptown Dance Studio where she is a part of the Advanced Dream Dolls. She has been taught ballet, jazz, tap, and hip hop dance. DaeBreana has also sung for many different organizations such as Girls, Inc., the Dougherty County Chamber of Commerce, Miller Brewing Company, and the 2011 Southwest Georgia Arena Football Champions (Albany Panthers). DaeBreana is well known throughout Southwest Georgia for singing praises unto the Lord at different church functions. DaeBreana plans to attend Spelman University upon graduation to major in the area of Music. She also wants to become a famous Gospel singer one day as well as teach music at the college or high school level. She makes her acting debut in the role of Rinny in the 4th episode of the Connections Short Film Series: Till Death Do Us Part, a Thaddeus Brooks Production.
Angela Stokes was born in Thomasville, Alabama and raised in Sweet Water, Alabama. This Sweet Water High School Bulldogs student and cheerleader, graduated in 1989. She has an Associate Degree in Office Administration from Alabama Southern Community College, in Thomasville, AL, she later graduated from Troy University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration/Finance in Montgomery, AL. Angela is currently employed with the Department of Transportation. She has done membership volunteer work for the Junior League of Montgomery, such as the Taste of the River Region, Holiday Market and Bloomingdeals. She is also in attendance of the Alabama Government of Accountants, which she is currently an active member of both organizations. For twelve years Angela has been happily married to her husband and friend in Montgomery, AL. She is looking forward to personal growth and having something to share with others in all aspects of her life, including her new found interest in acting. Angela makes her film debut in the role of the reporter “Maggie Mathews” in the 1st and 4th episode of the Connections Short Film Series.
April Jones is a professional master level social worker with experience with various industries. She has a passion for using her multi-talents from intellect to acting to help others visualize social issues, such as those produced by Thaddeus Brooks Productions. She has writtten short stories in partnership with a former co-worker Mr. Johnny Bodley, author of These Eyes, that have been published by various companies. In addition, she has experience with commerical shoots with the Alabama Shakespeare Festival along with acting education from the ASF acting academy. She recently wrote a play that was performed in support of domestic violence prevention and screening for health care professionals as a training module that received rave review from doctors, nurses, and other support professionals. In her leisure time, Miss Jones works on her dissertation for her Ph.D in Industrial-Organizational psychology and loves cooking, exercising, and spending time with family and friends. She makes her acting debut in the role of a therapist... "Dr. Turner" in the 4th episode of the Connections Short Film Series by Thaddeus Brooks Productions.
Vonda Sanders was born in Chicago, Illinois,December 29, 1970, and was raised in Montgomery, Alabama. She is one of four siblings; two sisters andone brother. She is also a dedicated wife and proud mother of two children. In1989, Vonda graduated from Robert E. Lee High School and later earned herMaster of Science Degree in Human Resources Management from Troy State University Montgomery. She makes her acting and film debut in the role of Hazel, in the 3rd episode of the Connections Short Film Series...First of the 
Alanna Coke is a Criminal Justice Major at Alabama State University, whose acting skills come as a surprise to most. She is a beautiful, intelligent & determined woman who is passionate about life and any and everything God has called her to do. She joins Thaddeus Brooks Productions to make her film debut in the role of Dora M'Toyer in "Till Death Do Us Part"...the 4th episode of the Connections Short Film Series.
Bonnie Brackett, Costumer/Actress Raven Washington
Candyce Paylor
April Green
Jeanetta Anderson
Jasmine Taylor
Angel Moore
Alexandra Gabrielle Lee
Arthur Stinson is a 23 year old performer from Auburn, Alabama. Recently, he performed in the short films 'Undetectable' and 'Blood Born' under the supervision of Thaddeus Brooks Production Company. He is eager to work and excited to pursue his career in acting, both in front of the camera and performing live on stage. Arthur is a transgender performer who lives as a female. Embracing roles as males or females, he is enthusiastic to all audiences in any and all roles to which he is given the opportunity to lend his creative touch
Drey “Pro Status” Wingate was born at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, Al and is the youngest of five children. He is a 2009 graduate of The University of Mobile, Mobile, AL with a Bachelors Degree in History & Sociology. He has played professional basketball since 2009 for various minor leagues across the country. He is also a hip hop artist, currently working on his debut album entitled “Lost in Transition”, a Writer and a youth activist. Drey appeared in The Saints of Mt. Christopher (2011), directed by Shane Dean, featuring Clifton Powell, Tom Sizemore, Rus Blackwell & Darlene Moore. He joins Thaddeus Brooks Productions as the Club Manager in the 4th episode of the Connections Short Film Series…Till Death Do Us Part.
Julious Fletcher is a multi-talented man with a single vision. He graduated from Chattahoochee Valley Community College with an Associate's degree in Liberal Arts in 2005. He completed his education at Columbus State University, pursing a BFA in Theatre Arts Performance in May of 2008. He was also on the National Dean’s List. He is currently pursing his MBA at University of Phoenix. He has worked for various companies as a dancer, actor, stage and house manager, director and executive director. He was nominated Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor for A Soldier’s Play and nominated Best Supporting Actor for The Wiz. Dreamgirls (2007), I Got The Music In Me 2 (2009) and Scottoboro Boys (2010)which won Best Play. His professional theatrical directorial debut, Vengeance, was June of 2009. Julious has his own web television show "Only Julious," which is located on YouTube.
Michael Snapp is a two time graduate of Alabama State University with a Masters in Physical Education (2009) and a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration majoring in Computer Information Systems (1999); Michael is in second season as the assistant cross-country coach and assistant track and field coach at Alabama State University. He is also a Physical Education Instructor at ASU. Michael has over 10 years of modeling experience in which he was featured in two local Montgomery Alabama magazines (Moca Magazine, Spotlight Montgomery). Michael Snapp as also work with the clothing line Flavor 205. He begins his acting career in 2011 on film in the 2nd and 3rd episodes of the Connections Series produced by Thaddeus Brooks. Coach Snapp is a native of Joliet Illinois, and is a member of the Masonic order and a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. He is happily married to the former Maryum Neely.
Godfrey King was born August 2, 1964, in Selma, Alabama. He completed high school at Dallas County High School and went on to further his acting and singing career at Clark Atlanta University. His professional debut was with Charles Reed’s gospel musical stage play, “Over My Head… I Hear Music in the Air”. He went on to write his very first gospel stage play entitled, “Let’s Have Church”. in which he directed. He later auditioned for the lead role of “Stan” in David Talbert’s gospel musical stage play, “Ain’t No Woman like the One I Got”. He has also worked on “Can a Woman Make a Man Loose His Mind” and “What a Man Wants… What a Woman Needs”. Godfrey is now the Director of Performing Arts at Wallace Community College Selma, where he has directed and produced numerous theatrical and music productions. He joins Thaddeus Brooks Productions in the Connections Series playing the role of “Mitch”, Mitchel Height, a counselor who brings a sense of reality to his clients. He also has a thing for older women, but that’s another plot.
Quintin L. Walton was born February 12, in Huntsville, AL. He is an Air Force veteran of eleven years. Before appearing as William Gerald Martin, Sr. in First of the Month, the 3rd episode of the Connnections Series by Thaddeus Brooks Productions, Quintin portrayed the role of falsely accused Tom Robinson in a stage production of Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize winning novel, To Kill a Mockingbird. Quintin recently penned a fiction project entitled Plans to Give You Hope for a Future which examines the seldom discussed phenomenon of suicide among young African-American men. Quintin loves to listen to Billie Holiday and classic soul music. He also likes to watch classic nighttime soaps such as Dynasty and Melrose Place. Quintin's all-time favorite actress is Bette Davis and his all-time favorite actor is Sidney Poitier.
Cedric Frazer is Panamanian, but born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. Currently, he is in his senior year at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama, and studying Clinical Laboratory Science. Iniatially, relocating to the south was a culture shock but the warm temperatures and southern hospitality of some of his favorite cities like Miami and New Orleans, quickly won him over. Cedric’s hobbies include traveling, music, and modeling. He especially loves to entertain, which he discovered at a very early age. Whether over dramatizing a situation, challenging another dancer at a party, or just plain acting silly…he truly enjoys entertaining people. He enjoys acting like someone else or using a foreign accent when speaking, is all fun and games to Cedric. He makes his acting debut in the role of Miles Carey in the 3rd episode of the Connections Short Film Series: First of the Month by Thaddeus Brooks Productions. As a hard working and committed actor, he promises to take the words of a script and make them jump off the page!
Brian Williams grew up in Greenville, Alabama and currently lives and works in Sante Fe, New Mexico and Greenville. He is of African American/Native American heritage. Brian was recently casted as Luther in John Sayles newest film “Honeydripper” starring Danny Glover, Charles Dutton, and YaYa Decosta. Brian has worked as casting intern for this film. He also read the part of Bradley Applewhite in a public script reading of the film “The Ressurection of Honore Page: Black Cowgirl” at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico. He was selected for roles in the Thaddeus Brooks Productions short films “Undetectable” and High 5. In addition to acting, Brian is a talented musician/composer and has played lead guitar with Keb’Mo and Gary Clark Jr at the Sweet Gum Blues Festival in Greenville, Alabama. He is lead guitarist for the New Beginnings Ministries in Greenville. Brian also plays drums, sings, raps, Dj’s and has become well known for his music in Greenville and surrounding cities.
Ron Rico “Ron R” Davis is a native of Montgomery, Al. At the age of 16, Rico discovered his gift for music. He then started performing as a DJ for block parties and special events. Once he graduated from Robert E. Lee high school he attended Alabama State University and majored in Broadcasting. During his time in college, Rico began making his own musical tracks and collaborating with many of the local R&B, Hip Hop and Gospel artist of Montgomery. After college, Rico continued to write, produce, and perform music in the city of Montgomery. Ron R has also scored music for the successful 10- part document series Trey Songz My Moment, which aired on the BET network. He has also composed music for theatrical plays and the upcoming movie “Chasing Normality” which is scheduled for release in early 2012. Though he is musically talented, he has never allowed his second passion, acting, to be put on the back burner. After a few years of concentrating on producing music, Rico has decided to return back to acting for himself and his family. He has performed in play like “Halo”, “Games on You”, “Broken bet yet Chosen” and “The Meeting”. He joins the TBP family in the role of "Patrick" in the 4th episode of the Connections Short Film Series..."Till Death Do Us Part". Whether performing in a crowd of hundreds or making music to be heard by thousands, Rico has never let any of his talents go to waste.
Cedric L. Hatcher, born February 1981 in Catherine, AL…has had a love affair with entertainment all of his life. He captured the attention of many with his “triple threat” repertoire of singing, dancing and acting on talent shows held at the local high school. With the demands of being a young father, he was forced to become responsible to seek employment to put his passion for entertainment on hold. However, the flame of inspiration from a classmate who said “you belong on TV” took root and propelled in his spirit.
In 2011, Cedric no longer felt fulfilled as a labor man. His desire to be an actor was burgeoning. He took stage and held leading roles in professional plays “Wisdom Cries Out” directed by Kim Thomas and “Doors of the Church” directed by Jona Hall to name a few. 
In his spare time, he enjoys playing pool, video games, drawing and spending quality time with his children. He credits these things to his overcoming the debacles designed to oppress adults with fear. 
Determined to make Cedric “Sky” Hatcher a household name Cedric strives to always give his audience and viewers an unforgettable performance and shows no signs of slowing down.
Cedric makes his transition from stage to film in the role of the understudy for “Kendell Carter” in the 4th episode of Connections Short Film Series by Thaddeus Brooks Productions.
Kalonji A. Gilchrist is a multimedia digerati, a charismatic, center-stage art enthusiast, and a proud native of historic Montgomery, Alabama. He is a devoted philanthropist, a lover of music as well as the written and performing arts, and amiably accepts the title of a "renaissance man". Kalonji’s roots in the arts began in performing in plays and skits in middle school. Today, after cultivating his passion for the stage through school and into adulthood, Kalonji continues to use his talents through acting, modeling, videography, and writing poetry. Dynamic and dedicated to his craft, Kalonji still enamors audiences yet also continues to unify efforts to give back to the Montgomery community that he loves. Kalonji joins Thaddeus Brooks Productions in the role of Krane in the 4th episode of the Connections Series...Till Death Do Us Part
Phillip M. Berry was born December 30th in Anniston, Alabama. Phillip is the oldest of his 3 siblings. In 1989, he moved to NYC as a teenager and lived there for 10 years. During his sophomore year in high school, for his performing arts class, Phillip played a major role in the school’s redemption of the stage play “The Wiz”. He also took part in a production of the play “Grease”. Phillip is currently living back in Anniston, Alabama. He loves planning, cooking, and throwing dinner parties for his friends at his home. He works for a nonprofit (ASO) Aids Services Organization, as a Prevention Case Manager. He has been working in the HIV/AIDS field since year 2004. He obtained his Associates Degree in Criminal Justices from Penn Foster College. He makes his debut in the 4th episodeof the Connections Short Film Series called “Till death Do Us Part”. Phillip is known to his friends as charming and a social butterfly.
Karltonio Jones is an 18 year old from Detroit, MI. He graduated from Cass Technical High School in June 2011 where he studied Performing Arts. He started main stage plays his senior year in high school where he performed in Westside Story. After he graduated, he decided to continue his education at Alabama State University where he is a Theatre Arts Major and a Minor in Music. In October of 2011, he was casted in the play "for Black Boys who considered homicide when the streets were too much." He was also a percussionist for the musical "Crowns" in February 2012. His future goals are to do Film and Television and some of Stage performance. He has always been a leader mainly in the church and loves to be a mentor to children under him. As he was raised by people who lived by Proverbs 22:6, he now lives by it as he continue his leadership by "training up a child in the right way and when he is old he shall not depart." Kartonio joins Thaddeus Brooks Productions in the role of the Courier in the 4th episode of the Connections Short Film Series...Till Death Do Us Part.
DeAnthony Turner
Gartrell Williams
Kevin Murray
Kellen Osborne
Andrew Preston
Reginald McKnight
Joseph Mims