Kristoffer Polaha (“Ringer,” “Life Unexpected”) is a veteran in the TV business, while David DeSanctis is making his acting debut. Meet the two stars of the inspirational film, “Where Hope Grow.”
Video Content: Kristoffer Polaha and David DeSanctis (2015)
SIDEWALKS host Richard R. Lee interviews Kristoffer Polaha (Calvin Campbell) and David DeSanctis (Produce), the lead stars of “Where Hope Grows,” about acting, DeSanctis being a role model, and the film.
Born in Reno, Nevada, Kristoffer Polaha is a familiar face to TV audiences with starring roles in “Life Unexpected,” “Ringer,” “Made in Jersey,” “North Shore,” “Valentine,” and “Backstorm.” He also appeared in four episodes of “Mad Men,” along with guest roles on “Angel,” “Roswell,” “Birds of Prey,” “Huse,” “t’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” “CSI: Miami,” “Bones,” “Dollhouse,” and “CSI:,” and “Awkward.” Polaha played John F. Kennedy Jr. in the TV-movie “America’s Prince: The John F. Kennedy Jr. Story.” In feature films, he was in “Billy: The Early Years,” “Devil’s Knot,” and “Atlas Shrugged: Part III.”
A Louisville native, David DeSanctis is a newcomer in the world of acting and filmmaking. He supports the Special Olympics and Best Buddies, a volunteer organization which creates opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Recorded: May 6, 2015
Host / Producer: Richard R. Lee
Videographer: August C. Zuniga
Editor: Richard R. Lee, Rebeca Zuniga
Special Thanks To: Roadside Attractions and Godspeed Pictures