Rich Swingle has been involved in the performing arts and applied theatre full-time since 1995. Since 2010 he has performed in over 20 feature film projects. Because he's been performing his own one-man plays for two decades, he easily jumps into character roles and is used to carrying the whole story as lead.

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You can see his résumé at IMDb, CFDb, Actors Access or click the image below to download a PDF.

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Joyce Swingle has performed in four feature films: IndescribableThe Unexpected Bar MitzvahRather to Be Chosen and Mayflower II. Joyce has developed her own one-woman, one-act play, "The Shepherd's Daughter", which she has performed in the New York City area as well as in The Shepherd's Cave in Bethlehem. You can see that performance below. She and Rich developed Shepherds Reflect on the Twenty-third Psalm  for a performance in Taiwan. She has performed in numerous sketches at Westchester Chapel Church of the Nazarene, where she is now serves as lead pastor. Joyce is also a trained counselor and has a background in publishing, having worked in the marketing departments of about 20 major magazines. She left the industry as vice president of world wide marketing for Business Week Magazine to go into full-time ministry in 2006.

Joyce is truly amazing! She brings such meaningful and delightful discoveries to her character, which really makes the story work! HOORAY!!
—Ken Wales
Producer, the CBS TV series Christy, and feature films Amazing Grace and Alone Yet Not Alone

Excellent. Very truthful to the character.
—Dr. Alma Villegas
Theatre director and author

When Rich and I used to rehearse for plays and auditions, Joyce would read a needed role with us. I told her then that she would become an actress before it was all over......and, praise the Lord, she has. Joyce is a natural talent. Blessings.
—Mac Nelson
Writer, Actor, Director, Teacher

Joyce invites you to walk in the footsteps of the character. It's a riveting experience!
Financial Analyst
NYC Nonprofit

As my 'mother' in Indescribable, Joyce was focused, authentic, and took direction well. She gives not only a performance, but a compelling experience.
—Rebekah Cook
Actress, Acting Coach, Casting Director

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