RANDY GOODWIN (Producer, Executive Producer) served as Executive Producer on Cullen Douglas’ award-winning short films, Fading Scars and Portrait of a Woman at Dawn, now streaming on Amazon Prime. Goodwin has spent the last 25 years engineering business ventures in the Automobile and RV industries. Besides becoming more wonderfully entrenched in the film industry, he currently serves as the Corporate Trainer for Campers Inn RV, an $800 million Dealership Group. Founding 12th Angel Productions marked his return to the arts, having appeared on stage and screen in the 90’s as an award-winning theatre and television actor.
Goodwin’s most recent endeavor, the feature film Bobcat Moretti, stars Tim Realbuto, Taryn Manning, and Vivica A. Fox. The film is the story of MS patient Bobby Moretti who takes up his late Father's sport of boxing to overcome immense personal tragedy and find inner peace. The film is currently on the festival circuit and is set to release soon.
Randy has also Executive Produced 4 more short films in 2022, and was the Associate Producer for "Werewolf Games", releasing soon.
Cullen Douglas makes his feature film directorial debut with Billy Flanigan: The Happiest Man on Earth, but is no stranger to the world of film and TV as an actor, writer, producer, and director. He holds the distinction of being the first recipient of the Humanitas Prize’s “New Voices Initiative” - created to discover, develop and launch talented writers under the mentorship of Hollywood showrunners and studio partners.
Cullen previously wrote and directed the narrative short films, Fading Scars, set against 9/11, and Portrait of a Woman at Dawn, a #MeToo-inspired story set in 1920’s Paris. The latter short film screened at over 50 international festivals and took top prizes in all categories, including Best Short Film and Best Director. He also co-wrote the feature, Letters to God.
Cullen is perhaps most recognized as an actor, having recurred on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, CBS's Pure Genius, and ABC's Scandal. Fan-favorite appearances include roles on True Blood, Prison Break, Deadwood, Twin Peaks: The Return, Grey's Anatomy, and Steven Spielberg's anthology series Amazing Stories for AppleTV+. He most recently recurred on HBO’s Barry, ABC’s Station 19, and Showtime’s I Love That For You. His film work includes starring roles in The Black String, John Sayles’ Sunshine State, Shuttle, The Possession of Michael King, and Man of Fire, opposite Lance Reddick. Cullen next stars opposite Tony Todd and Tobin Bell in the feature thriller, The Bunker, and recurs on the upcoming limited series, Casa Grande. He’s also in the development of a narrative feature to be directed by Shondaland’s Tom Verica.
For the stage, Cullen wrote & starred in the critically-acclaimed solo play, Afraid to Look Down, which explored his first year as a father to his oldest son, born with Down syndrome. The play received the Lawton Medallion of Excellence. In 2018, alongside Producer Randy Goodwin, Cullen co-founded the film production company, 12th Angel Productions, to make films that examine the human condition in thought-provoking and inspiring ways.