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The Liberty County School System announced that the Intern Mentorship Program of the LCSS will hold a virtual Movie and Film Symposium with William Mark McCullough on Dec. 3, at 6:30 p.m.

The Symposium will be hosted by Liberty County High School senior, Tillman Norsworthy and will feature actor, director, writer and producer, William Mark MCCullough who is a former Bradwell Institute graduate.

All are invited to attend and must register for the webinar by clicking on the link below.

You are invited to a Zoom webinar.

When: Dec 3, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Topic: LCSS Movie and Film Symposium with William Mark McCullough

Register in advance for this webinar:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

About the speakers:

William Mark McCullough (Actor, Director, Writer and Producer in Television & Film)

William Mark McCullough grew up in Midway, Georgia and graduated from Bradwell Institute. He earned a political science and theater degree from Mercer University followed by a law degree from American University in Washington, DC.  Mark worked in politics on Capitol Hill and as a prosecutor for a short time before a serious car accident while on a trip to Nicaragua led him to change his career path. Mark now works as an actor, director, writer and producer in television and film.  He recently wrapped on the supernatural horror film, A Savannah Haunting, which he wrote, produced and directed.

His most notable film roles include a tough Southern cop alongside Glenn Close and Amy Adams in the Ron Howard drama, Hillbilly Elegy; the gun and drug smuggling co-pilot to Tom Cruises’ Barry Seal in the Doug Liman thriller, American Made; the violent enforcer for Nicolas Cage’s mob boss character in the Steven C. Miller crime drama, Arsenal; and the redneck co-worker opposite Channing Tatum in the Steven Soderbergh comedy, Logan Lucky.

Some of Mark's most powerful television appearances include his current recurring role on the Netflix series, Sweet Magnolias, playing a tough, blue-collar dad; his recurring guest star role on the Bad Boys television spin-off, L.A.’s Finest, playing a menacing drug cartel enforcer opposite Gabrielle Union and; his guest star role alongside Jennifer Beals in the DC Universe series, Swamp Thing playing a conniving backwoods redneck; and his recurring role on the Marvel series, The Gifted playing a former special forces soldier with mutant powers.

Mark is a passionate world traveler, having backpacked through multiple countries including Russia, Turkey, Serbia, Bulgaria, Cuba and Nicaragua. He is an avid motorcyclist spending his free time exploring back roads throughout the U.S.

 Tillman Norsworthy (Senior @Liberty County High School)

Tillman Norsworthy has been acting in both film and theater since the age of seven years old. After high school, he hopes to attend the University of Georgia and pursue a career in archeology. He looks forward to a future in arts and academics alike.

Lela Stokes-Dickens (Gifted and Advanced Teaching and Learning Specialist for K-12 @Liberty County School System)

Mrs. Lela Stokes-Dickens is a veteran educator and Gifted and Advanced Teaching and Learning Specialist for K-12 for Liberty County School System.  She is the facilitator for the Intern Mentorship Program, which focuses on seniors who have earned graduate credits early.  These students may apply for positions that are differentiated for their learning interests while meeting the Georgia Standards of Excellence.


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