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DANNY MANN - Eddie Nichols

Danny was born in Manhattan, New York and grew up in the Bronx and Hollywood, CA.  He has worked in Theatre, Television, and Film in Hollywood, New York, Arizona, and Rome, Italy.  His roles on Television include The Streets of San Francisco, Emergency, Go Ask Alice (An ABC TV Movie of the Week, Directed by John Korty), and a running role on the Soap Opera, General Hospital.  He portrayed Henry David Thoreau in The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail at Northern Arizona University, Directed by Rudy Solari.  He also played the electric character Joey in The Indian Wants the Bronx at the Los Angeles One Act Play Festival.  In 2015 Danny was featured in the award winning Indie Film, Dutch Kills.  In 2016 he was featured in the Spaghetti Western styled short film Red, and also co-starred in the original one act play Turtles and Bulldogs at the Spark Theatre in Denver, CO.  Danny guest starred on a 2017 episode of the TV Series, Hawaii Five-0.  In 2018 he performed in the award winning playwright Simon Stephens’ Heisenberg at The Dairy Arts Center in Boulder, CO. 




As a toddler, Kyriana Kratter loved creating little dances and tunes to perform for her brothers and doodles. Her love of singing led her to musical theater in Colorado.  She played Tiny Tim in "Christmas Carol" and Thomas in "Tuck Everlasting" in regional productions. Her first major acting role was in Joseph Granda's feature film, "The Healing Garden." Kyriana has won multiple acting awards for her performance in the short film, "Dr. Daddy."  She plays a news reporter for the viral YouTube series, "LOL BBTV." Kyriana enjoys baking, running, and loves all animals.









Redmond Ramos, a Navy Corpsman with the US Marines, was deployed to Afghanistan in 2011 where he stepped on an IED and later lost his leg. As soon as he got back, he decided to begin a life of motivating others and competed in track and swimming events internationally for Team USA Invictus games. He is an accomplished film and TV actor, and co-stars in the film.














Jaydi Raney is a wife and homeschool mom to 3 boys. She lives in the state of Wyoming. The Healing Garden is her first film. 

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