Meet the Cast

Perry King (Sam Kincaid)

Actor/director Perry King has been a fixture in Hollywood for nearly 45 years. He is perhaps best known for his role in the 1980s television series Riptide, on which he played detective Cody Allen. He has appeared in dozens of films, television movies, TV shows, and plays, including The Day After TomorrowThe Lords of Flatbush, and Slaughterhouse-Five. Perry was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for his role in the TV movie The Hasty Heart. He’s been featured in recurring television roles on Melrose Place and Spin City.

It was Perry’s role in the 1998 made-for-TV movie The Cowboy and the Movie Star, which co-starred Sean Young, that inspired him to shift gears. Perry says he decided after shooting Cowboy that he wanted to be his character from the film – a rancher seeking solace in his livelihood and his land. Not long after filming the movie, Perry purchased a 500-acre cattle ranch in the Sierra Nevada, splitting his time between the bustle of Los Angeles and the serenity of Northern California. He long dreamt of filming a Western on his own land. The ranch’s location in the heart of Gold Country, known locally as “the divide,” provided the ideal setting for such aspirations.

Bryan Kaplan (Luke Higgins)

A native of New Jersey, Bryan graduated from the British American Drama Academy, while training heavily with New York acting coach and mentor Penny Templeton. He has performed leading roles in a wide variety of film, television, and theatre projects. In 2012, he was nominated for the Robert Pastorelli Rising Star Award for his role as a Marine veteran readjusting to civilian life in the award-winning feature film Fray. For that performance, he was also named Outstanding Lead Actor at the Brooklyn Film Festival. Fray received three separate nods for best feature film, including the Grand Jury Prize at Dances With Films, a Los Angeles-based independent film festival.

Sara Arrington (Sarah Kincaid)

Sara Arrington is originally from Michigan, where she was involved in youth theater from a very young age before getting into film and television work. Her long list of film credits includes the The Jungle Book, directed by Jon Favreau and released in 2016, The Trials of Cate McCall, with Kate Beckinsale, Nick Nolte, and James Cromwell, Savages, directed by Oliver Stone, Safe House, with Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds, Cinema Verite, with Diane Lane and Tim Robbins, and Faster, starring Dwayne Johnson. She has also appeared in Earth to Echo and SWAT, among other films. Sara’s television credits include recurring roles on the Edge of Normal, E-Ring, and Bosch (2018) and guest spots on Cold Case and The Shield. She also boasts a long list of stage credits, including playing Juliet in a Charles Jehlinger Theatre version of Romeo and Juliet. She continues to enjoy the production side of theater as well. For The Divide, Sara has earned Best Actress honors from the London Independent Film Awards, a Gold Award for Best Actress from the International Independent Film Awards, and an honorable mention from the Los Angeles Film Awards – all in 2018. Sara and her husband, actor/producer Brendan Wayne – grandson of famed actor John Wayne – are the proud parents of three daughters.

Levi Kreis (Tom Cutler)

Levi is an actor of stage and film and a recording artist. In 2010, he won a Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical for his portrayal of Jerry Lee Lewis in the Broadway production of Million Dollar Quartet. Levi first came to national recognition in 2004 as a singer/songwriter, appearing on NBC’s The Apprentice. He has released six albums to date, with his original song “I Should Go” featured on the season two finale of The Vampire Diaries. His music has also appeared on Sons of Anarchy, Mob Wives, So You Think You Can Dance, Days Of Our Lives, The Young and the Restless, and in several independent films including A Very Sordid Wedding (2017), directed by Del Shores. Levi first appeared as Roger in the national tour of Rent, before quickly moving to the big screen with a leading role in the award-winning independent film Don’t Let Go. He next appeared as Matthew McConaughey’s brother in Bill Paxton’s directorial debut, Frailty. In addition to his 2010 Tony Award, Levi also received an Outer Critics Circle Award and a Drama League nomination for originating the role of Jerry Lee Lewis on Broadway. Other stage credits include the 2014 four-time-Tony-nominated musical revival Violet, One Red Flower, and Smokey Joe’s Cafe.

Luke Colombero (C.J.)

A California native, Luke has appeared in a variety of TV, film, and commercial roles since the age of four. He was one of the stars of the 2015 family adventure film Operation: Neighborhood Watch. He has been a guest star on the CBS police drama NCIS opposite Mark Harmon and the NBC comedy Parks and Recreation with Amy Poehler. He has worked with many other well-established actors, including Chris Pratt, Diane Keaton, and Jamie Lee Curtis. Luke also has been featured in national brand campaigns for Ralph Lauren, Samsung, Pottery Barn Kids, Target, and more. He has studied acting with Los Angeles-based Groundlings, the renowned improvisational and sketch comedy troupe. He spent time honing his equestrian skills to play the role of C.J. in The Divide. So far, Luke has been honored for his work on the film with a Houston Film Critics Society Award for Best Young Actor and Best Young Actor honors from the London Independent Film Awards.

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