Stronger is Bryce’s first time to be cast in a film. He is a graduate of AMTC - Actors, Models and Talent for Christ. For over 17 years, Bryce performed as a night club and radio disc jockey in several metropolitan cities. He is also alumni from Stephen F. Austin State University. He has performed voice overs, character and cartoon voices, as well as accent voices for commercials and audiobooks. His longtime passion for voices has blessed him t be the voice of Shimmy Shimmy Shamrock in the upcoming Christian Children’s audiobook version of LaDann Hendley’s Shimmy Shimmy Shamrock and the Legend of the Leaves.
Bryce began his working career in the hospitality industry where he became a chef. It wasn’t long before his love of music would take him in a different direction and eventually win his time and talent. For over 10 years, Bryce was a member at Northside Christian Church where he was the children’s worship leader and vocalist. His passion for music landed him the lead role in the musical Max’s Diner, written and produced by music director Jeremi Carnes. Bryce has since filtered all of that through his love for Christ and now puts all of his energy into serving God and living out God’s will for his life. He makes it a point to walk through every door God opens, and that led him to the film Stronger.
Today he is the operations manager for a low voltage wiring company in the Houston area. He lives happily in Magnolia, Texas with God’s greatest blessing of 15 years, his wife Alice. Since recently becoming empty nesters, they both have answered God’s call on their lives to mentor and counsel marriages.
“This movie has culminated several of the paths God has chosen for my life, so I am extremely grateful to be a part of something so extraordinary. This production is God breathed and has His fingerprints all over it. That has been so obvious from the very beginning. I know God will be honored and glorified through every step and process. We pray that lives be saved and salvation be found through the making and showing of this film, and that perception will be changed for the betterment of those suffering from PTSD. Together we are STRONGER!!”