TIM THRELFALL — AARON YOUNG
Tim Threlfall is an Associate Professor at BYU and the Randall L. Morgan Teaching Fellow in Acting and chair of the interdisciplinary Music Dance Theatre program. Prior to that Tim was the Artistic Director of the Seattle Civic Light Opera and the Northwest Summer Playhouse
and worked as the Education Programs Coordinator for the Seattle Children’s Theatre. He was also a performer in the resident AEA acting company at Seattle’s Bathhouse Theatre for three years and holds an MFA in acting from the Professional Actor Training Program at the University of Washington. Tim is active in the Utah film/television market appearing in numerous LDS Church films such as the new Joseph Smith film Prophet of the Restoration, as well as regional commercials, industrial films, and multiple appearances on the Utah-based television series Touched By An Angel and Everwood. In July, Tim began directing Disney’s Aida, his tenth production at the Tuacahn Center for the Arts in St. George, Utah, where he is a resident director. Tim has also served on the Utah Arts Council Theatre Panel for the past four years.
PAM EICHNER— CINDY YOUNG
Pam Eichner is very proud of her “friendship” with Cindy Young in One Good Man, her first lead role in a motion picture. Pam’s recent film credits include a featured role as Meryl Streep’s friend in the independent release Dark Matter and a supporting character in the sci-fi comedy Teenius. She
also has supporting roles in the comedy Hottie BoombaLottie, and the overseas independent drama To Be Continued. Pam recently refused an offer from a major network to appear as a host on a daily women’s talk show because she didn’t want to leave Utah. On stage she recently starred as Mrs. Robinson in The Graduate. She has also appeared in numerous statewide television commercials over the past several years. Pam is the proud mother of two sets of twins. Her humorous outlook on parenting has resulted in her being a sought after keynote speaker at various parenting and teaching conferences with her one hour presentation entitled Honk If One Of The Kids Falls Out. When not filming or spending time with her family, Pam can be found indulging in her hobby of diving with and researching sharks.
ALEY UNDERWOOD— AMANDA YOUNG
Aley Underwood was born in Memphis, Tennessee. From early on, she loved the performing arts. Aley started dancing at age three and was a competitive gymnast until she was eight. She started taking voice lessons when she was nine years old and competed and won her first talent
competition at age ten. Aley moved to Salt LakeCity, Utah, in June 2005 and was approached by an agent to audition for a movie. She was cast as an extra and fell in love with being in front of the camera. One Good Man is Aley’s film debut as an actress in a supporting role. She currently attends the Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts and was cast as Minnie Faye in Hello Dolly, the only freshman to be cast in a lead role in the play. She received the award “Outstanding Freshman in the Theater Department” by her theater instructor. Aside from her love of acting, singing and dancing, Aley also enjoys photography, snowboarding, playing the guitar and writing music.
ADAM JOHNSON — JAMES WELLINGTON
Adam Johnson is best know in the comedy world for his stand-up and improv work. He is currently performing with Comedy Sportz and The Society, and stars in the live comedy special It’s Latter-Day Night! Other film and television credits include Charly,
You Always Stalk the Ones You Love, The Run, and the upcoming Sony Pictures release Lock and Roll Forever. Adam also stars alongside his two brothers Bart and Brad in a pilot called 6 Bucks and a Bottle of Water, currently being developed into a TV series, in which the brothers hitchhike across different countries with nothing more than the clothes on their back. The brothers have a number of other projects in the works with their company Good Brothers Productions. Playing the role of James Wellington in One Good Man marks Adam’s second film with director Christian Vuissa. In his spare time, Adam enjoys the great outdoors and traveling, and often combines the two in Mexico, where he likes to surf, ride motorcycles, eat fish tacos, and perfect his Spanish.
LINDSAY BIRD-NIELSON — LAURA YOUNG
Lindsay is a Spokane, Washington, native who calls Provo her second home. She can be seen regionally in such film roles as Kerri in Money or Mission and Anna in Beauty and the Beast: A Latter-day Tale. Lindsay received a BA in Communications from Brigham Young
University in 2007. Last July, amidst auditioning for One Good Man, Lindsay married the love of her life and best friend France Nielson. She considers that to be her best decision ever. Growing up, she loved playing with video cameras and directing family movies, so it’s no surprise that acting has become a passionate hobby of hers. An avid runner and sports enthusiast, Lindsay has always kept an active lifestyle; dancing being her favorite activity. In her own words, Lindsay loves her amazing family, singing in the parking garages (the acoustics are fabulous), and reading anything and everything. If it were up to her, cereal would be eaten at every meal. She loves laughing at nothing and is excited about life.