Cast & Crew
American gospel musician and artist Thompson started her music career, in 2001, with the release of Soul Inspiration by EMI Gospel. This album was her breakthrough on the Billboard magazine charts, which it placed on the Gospel Albums and Christian Albums. She is a member of The Tri-City Singers and married to Cedric Thompson a Grammy Award and Stellar Award-winning music producer.
Serves as President of Gdavis Productions & Films and musical consultant to all Gdavis Projects. He is one of the original members of the stage play Daddy’s Boys that only toured for 3 years yet has received over one million views of the televised version on the Drama Series on Gdavis TV in which he is featured.
Kenneth Pierce, Sr
No stranger to the camera, Yesse has been featured in several shorts and featured films including the Gdavis TV Original My Family streaming on ROKU, Amazon Fire and Apple TV. She is also featured in the television drama Forget Me Not. Very dedicated to her craft and and rising star surely to be a household name soon.
Robert Dartez Wright
Serves as the Creative Director for Gdavis Productions & Films and Executive Producer of the Living With Series on Gdavis TV. A graduated of North Carolina Central University with a degree in Theater. Dartez has been featured in several GDP Projects including Daddy’s Boys, Forget Me Not and Living With Ruthie Mae. Wright also co-directed Unforgettable with Garrett Davis.
Davis describes Scott as a dream to work with due to his work ethic and hunger to be the best that he can be on stage and in the studio. Savol made it into the final five on Idol and then became the eighth contestant to be voted off the show, on May 4, after singing George Benson's version of "On Broadway" and Brian McKnight's "Everytime You Go Away" during a dual-themed week of songs written by Leiber and Stoller and songs presently on the Billboard charts. During his run on the show, Savol was affectionately dubbed "Scotty the Body" by Idol host Ryan Seacrest.
A very talented singer whose vocal delivery has been compared to the late David Ruffin of the Temptation. Deon is also one of the original members of the stage play Daddy’s Boys and is also featured in the Drama Series streaming on Gdavis TV. Deon has been featured in several theatrical productions including Clearly Invisible, Mindless Behavior and Living With Ruthie Mae
Ashley first started with Gdavis Productions & Films while a senior in high school when Davis cast her in the the stage play How to Make a Wrong Relationship Right. Since then she has been featured in several Gdavis Projects including Daddy’s Boys, Forget Me Not, Living With Ruthie Mae the soon to be released Gdavis TV Original No Place Like Home.