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GAC's Got Talent

GAC's Got Talent Bios

The Performing Line Up


Nikki Tsai
Piano
Leighton Staeball
Singing
Sienna Barbour and Holland Williams
Dancing
Olivia Kim
Violin
Avery Beaucamp and Jeremy Beaucamp
Singing/piano
Avery Fallon and Mychaela James
Singing/clapping
Wyatt Davis and Will Polhill
Singing/dancing
CJ and Naya Ohuabunwa
Rapping
Stelle Butler
Singing/ukulele
Charles Taffe
Rapping
Alexis Arwood, Ryan Pierre, Emma Joseph
Dancing
Carlyle Collinson
Singing
Charlie Brereton
Singing
Miles Palmer
Dancing
Ephraim Ng
Piano
Nathan Fincher
Comedy


Beth Bacall, Emcee

Beth Bacall is an encourager and dear friend during afternoons on 104.7 The FISH. Making sure you’re having the best day of your life is her goal. “It’s an honor to hear about your family, your life, your struggle, your soldier and your favorite song,” Beth says. She’s that cheerleader you can count on while navigating through all life’s different appointments, challenges, and surprises. Beth thrives off hearing other peoples' stories, knowing it’s a privilege to hear listeners share their heart, struggles, secret dreams, and praise reports. Faith-Family-Food-Fitness: this sums up Beth’s favorite things. She’s an advocate for many charitable organizations and ministries and is constantly humbled by God’s amazing grace. 

Judges

Barbara Beneville

Barbara, a dancer since age 2, has been acting and shooting photography for over 30 years. While in college, she performed with the GA Peaches and was later asked to audition for a show that ended up kick-starting her acting career and making Los Angeles her new home. 
 
Her acting and photography career consist of shows like Desperate Housewives, The Mentalist, This American Life, among others. She is in post-production with her directorial debut coming out this spring. Her photo clients include Kevin Costner, Melissa McBride, and Tamar Gellar. Now back in Atlanta, Barbara is CEO of Beneville Imagery; Benvil Photography, Just Breathe Acting, and Just Breathe Films. 

Laurel Kittleson

Laurel Kittleson, the VP of Artist Development & A&R at Curb Records, works closely with the A&R and publishing teams to develop new artists and work with the current roster: Lee Brice, Dylan Scott, Jerrod Niemann, Rodney Atkins, Love & Theft and Filmore. A Seattle native, Kittleson played a key role in the signing and development of 2018 ACM New Male Vocalist Brett Young and newcomer Dan Smalley. At her former label, Big Machine Label Group, her roster included Taylor Swift, Florida Georgia Line, Thomas Rhett, Brantley Gilbert, Reba McEntire, Rascal Flatts, Midland, Justin Moore, Ronnie Dunn, Eli Young Band, Carly Pearce, The Cadillac Three, and Danielle Bradbery. The Belmont University graduate also held creative positions at Toby Keith’s Show Dog-Universal Records and Elevation Music Publishing. She is a MusiCares Ambassador, a voting member of CMA and ACM, and a SOLID and Grammy Next alumni.

Jeff Rose

Jeff Rose is a professional actor and filmmaker who was born and raised in Marietta, Georgia. After honing his craft in theatre in the United States and Europe, Jeff got his first major role on network TV in the early 1990s starring opposite Caroll O'Connor in a popular episode of "In the Heat of the Night". Hundreds of credits later, Jeff is best known for his recurring roles on television shows like "Drop Dead Diva", "Army Wives", and "Teen Wolf". Film fans know Jeff from movies such as "Woodlawn", "A Question of Faith", "Killing Reagan", and most recently as Isaac, the owner of Christian Chicken, in Kevin Hart's hit comedy "Night School". Look for Jeff in theaters this year in lead roles in two more faith-based movies, "My Brother's Keeper" and "Redeemed", opposite Keisha Knight Pulliam and TC Stallings.

Jeff is honored to help nurture the young talent here at GAC's Got Talent. He continues to do the same for his son, Brody, who played young Bart Millard in the highly acclaimed and successful feature film, "I Can Only Imagine".

Tony Vaughn

Tony Vaughn is an American actor who has starred in many well-known tv shows and movies. Most recently, he starred in the critically acclaimed New York Times bestseller movie, The Hate You Give, and he also played Principal Coleman in the popular Netflix series Stranger Things. Tony Vaughn is most known for his role as the Colonel in Tyler Perry’s TV series Meet the Browns. In addition to these shows, he has also starred in Queen SugarDrop Dead Diva, and Army Wives.