Additional Bios

Andrew Cheney, lead actor

Andrew Cheney, who plays Brady Gray, is a film, TV and commercial actor based in Los Angeles.

After booking a series of national commercials and short films in the live music capital of the world, Austin, Texas, he made his way to Los Angeles in 2009. At lunch one day with Tony Hale of “Arrested Development,” Hale quickly and comically pegged Cheney as “that leading man material you can’t help but hate just a little.”

Cheney has had the privilege of starring opposite John Rhys-Davies, Robert Miano, Rachel Hendrix, Erin Bethea and Adetokumboh M’Cormack.

Most recently, Cheney completed the leading role in an EchoLight Studios and Liberty University film to be released in 2014.


Meg Parker Wilson, lead actress

Meg Parker Wilson, who plays Kate Welling, grew up as a missionary kid in Brazil. She attended Southwest Baptist University and earned a B.A. in Speech Communications and Theatre.

She continued her education in Los Angeles with White Wall Acting and the Los Angeles Film Studies Center, where she directed her first short film, “Yun.”

Wilson worked with some of the top casting directors in the country during her time at 20th Century Fox in their Feature Casting Department.  She was cast in her first feature film, “Aliens in the Attic,” in 2009.

After meeting her husband, Nate, she moved to McKinney, Texas and was cast as the lead actress in “Seasons of Gray.”  She continues to work in film, television and on stage in the Dallas area and also teaches at Prestonwood Christian Academy.


Paul and Sarah Stehlik, director and writer

Paul Stehlik and his wife, Sarah, have been married nearly 12 years and working on “Seasons of Gray,” in one way or another, for almost all of that time.

They have three man-cubs — Noah (9), Sam (7) and Ben (6) — and live in Kigali, Rwanda.

After spending a decade on the story of forgiveness and reconciliation as seen in “Seasons of Gray,” they moved to Africa to spend three years supporting and documenting the work being done in those very areas by an African organization called ALARM (African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries).


Chris Mano, director of photography

Chris Mano, who graduated from Southern Methodist University with a degree in Cinema in 1998, seeks to affect culture through movies like “Seasons of Gray.”

He operates his own documentary and film production company, Mano Film Works. He has produced, shot and edited for broadcast television shows, museum documentaries, commercials and feature films.

He has been married to his wife, Johanna, for 11 years. They are members of Watermark Community Church in Dallas, and live in a lively multi-generational home with their four kids as well as Johanna’s mother and great-aunt.