Friday, November 17, 2006

Sammy Kershaw Goes Hollywood Actor

Kershaw received a call from a friend in his home state of Louisiana on Friday, November 10th requesting his presence over the weekend to appear in Ghost Town, an independent film taping in Maggy Valley, North Carolina, slated for release in May 2007. Kershaw starred beside Rance Howard, Fred Griffith, Stella Parton, Tony Becker, and Herbert “Cowboy” Coward as the much talked about U.S. Marshall Morgan Duckett, the notable officer of the law sent to clean up the town.

“It’s a 1850s western, and from what I understand a true story, about a guy that came out of the mountains twice –once to avenge his father’s death and returning a second time only to avenge the abuse of his daughter,” Sammy describes his take on Ghost Town. “My character is this notorious Marshall that you hear about throughout the film, and only see in the closing scene. It was great experience!”

Sammy's Media Contact: Ebie McFarland at 615.777.6995

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