DECEMBER 25, 2012: The book trailer for Cecilia T. Capers' first novel To Whom Much Is Given - A Novel debuted on Christmas Day 2012. Lawrence Saint-Victor, of Saint-Victor Productions, directed the promotional video that features Cecilia, as herself, as well as Saint-Victor, Toni Robison-May, John J. Thomassen and Tatianna Mott. Red Ibis will publish Cecilia Capers' novel in 2013.
Here is the trailer:
Cast biographies are below. Full credit listing runs at the end of the trailer.
The trailer for To Whom Much Is Given - A Novel debuted in 2012. Below is information on many of the people who made this project possible.
AVERY: Actor Toni Robison-May stars as Avery Benjamin, the protagonist in Cecilia Capers' novel. A native of Oklahoma, Robison-May is an actor, writer and singer. Most recently, she wrote and starred in Hurts Like Love, a short film making its rounds across the country. Avery is a NYC based attorney.
ANTONIO: Actor Lawrence Saint-Victor is most noted for playing the heartthrob Remy Boudreau on CBS' long-running soap Guiding Light. He is currently turning up the heat on CBS Daytime's The Bold and the Beautiful as Carter Walton. He also has appeared in prime time dramas such as Ugly Betty and Law & Order SVU. Most recently, Saint-Victor has acted in several Broadway and off-Broadway productions. He and his wife, Shay, own Saint-Victor Productions. Antonio is Avery's boyfriend. He is from a wealthy Atlanta family and is a professional football player.
DEAN: Actor John J. Thomassen most recently completed a lead role as Kevin in the feature film The Awakened. The New York native will appear in Wisp, a prime time drama premiering October 10, 2013 on I am TV channel 180 on Time Warner Cable and on the web. Dean, originally from England, is a television writer and producer. He also is Avery's ex-boyfriend.
RAQUEL: Actor Tatianna Mott plays Avery's cousin and best friend, Raquel. Mott is a dancer, singer and model and most recently played Robyn in the Midtown International Theatre Festival play Sex Curve and as Dynamite in the Actors' Playhouse Mainstage production of Hairspray. Raquel, born in Jamaica, is a renaissance woman. She leverages her former career as a singer and songwriter to launch a lucrative career as a beauty maven to the rich and famous.