PICTURED – Kevin Sizemore on set at McCarthy’s in Buffalo’s Old First Ward. CREDIT: Trew Calling Facebook Page
(May 28th, 2015) S&G Entertainment in association with NDstudios have started initial production of Trew Calling a comedic feature film starring Kevin Sizemore, Tracey B. Wilson, Brooke Elliott and Lee Meriwether. Amherst, NY local Greg Robbins directs this film.
Trew Calling is the story of a woman (Trew played by Tracey B. Wilson) gets a visit by the Almighty, who asks her to write down everything he says.
Robbins’ called on several Hollywood veteran actors to tell this story led by Kevin Sizemore who has portrayed many memorable characters from Resurrection, Under the Dome, Stalker, NCIS, 24, Rizzoli & Isles, Drop Dead Diva. Sizemore also stars along side Jon Voight and Sean Astin in the movie Woodlawn being released in theaters nationwide by Universal Pictures 2016. In the lead female slot is Tracey B. Wilson; this former Guiding Light and All My Children star has been called both “a dramatic actor with a flair for comedy,” and “a quirky comedic actress with a keen understanding of the dramatic.” She will be bringing her versatility to this comedic role opposite Sizemore.
When offered the lead male role Sizemore stated, “There’s no way I’m turning down a role written this well.”
Through the casting process Robbins’ associate Kimber Eastwood found actress/comedian Tracey B Wilson and when Wilson was offered the role Robbins and Eastwood discovered she is a native of Orchard Park, NY.
Wilson say’s “So excited to be coming back to Buffalo and be a part of such a hilarious and heartwarming film.”
Also joining the cast is Brooke Elliot star of Drop Dead Diva, Eddie Mekka a Tony nominated actor best known as The Big Ragu on Lavern & Shirley and Hollywood film and TV legend Ms. Lee Meriwether.
The Trew Calling production runs from May 26 through June 19; the entire production is being produced in Western New York with Buffalo based production crew provided by NDStudios and several roles played by Buffalo based actors.