Stitcher for Podcasts

Get the App Open App
Bummer! You're not a
Stitcher Premium subscriber yet.
Learn More
Start Free Trial
$4.99/Month after free trial

Episode Info

Episode Info:

Why are people raving about the film, Little Boy? Good casting is just one of the reasons, but find out the rest on this episode of The Doorpost Podcast Project!

Kelly Greyson is on the "A" list. In fact, several of them: Actress. Associate Producer. Athlete. Activist for charity. All these pursuits combine to define a young woman of extraordinary talent and substance.

One of the things that always distinguishes Kelly's presence on film is her remarkable athletic ability. She is adept at a wide variety of sports disciplines such as horseback riding, scuba diving, swordplay, track & field, snow and water skiing, football, dancing, rock climbing and many others. Her intense regimen translates into an uncommon grace and authenticity in the physically demanding roles she often plays. In fact, she is one of the only serious actresses in the industry with the physical conditioning and skill to do her own stunts ... which she loves to do! Kelly is also a dedicated advocate of many charitable causes, most of which involve helping the most vulnerable and innocent among us ... children at risk. She gives tirelessly of her time, energy and resources to many benevolent organizations. This includes groups that fight human trafficking, care for orphans around the world, and promote religious liberties. Kelly is recently excited to be involved in an organization that helps children with learning disabilities called GemIIni Systems. Kelly believes that we can all live beyond ourselves and uniquely contribute in our own way to make a difference in the world. She also believes that setting such a personal example is the best way to motivate others.

Her film credits include: Broken Memories, Woodlawn, Double Identity, Unscripted, Return to the Hiding Place, Alone Yet Not Alone,To Have and to Hold, and Little Boy.

Read more »

Discover more stories like this.

Like Stitcher On Facebook


Episode Options

Listen Whenever

Similar Episodes

Related Episodes