David Cowan



David has been acting since the age of 11. Since then he has been part of various local theater companies such as Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Homegrown Theater, Green Zoo Arts Collective, and Alley Repertory Theater. Spring Garden marks David’s first venture into film from the stage and he is ecstatic to have the opportunity to bring his craft to the camera. The experience inspired David to attend a Film Acting program at Stella Adler Art of Acting Studio in L.A this last summer. He plans to finish up his degree at Boise State University next year, earning a B.A. in performance and has been offered to return to Los Angeles for Stella Adler’s two year Acting Conservatory upon Graduation. He wants to thank his parents for supporting him every step of the way and his cat for giving him someone to snuggle at night.

Jem Wierenga



Jeremiah Robert Wierenga was born and raised in Boise, Idaho. His performance career began with playing Michael Darling in Boise Music Week’s 1992 production of Peter Pan and he later appeared as Winthrop Paroo in The Music Man. Jem was a member of the Opera Idaho Children’s Chorus, appearing in Madama Butterfly, H.M.S. Pinafore, Tosca, and Hansel and Gretel. Jem began dancing in 2002 and studied on scholarship at Eugene Ballet Academy, LINES Ballet School, and Ballet Nouveau Colorado. He was a company member of Dance Theatre of Oregon, Traduza Dance Company, and Rita Honka Dance. He’s performed with Idaho Dance Theatre, Ballet Idaho, Lauren Edson + Dancers, Project Flux, and Off Center Dance. His theater credits include Algernon in The Importance of Being Earnest, Venticelli II in Amadeus, Nigel in Something’s Afoot and Jay Westcott in The Clone People. Recently, he appeared as Narcissus in Polaroid Stories and Rocky in The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Jem also appeared in leading roles in short films from Sidewayz Films and Viral Intermedia and is an award-winning freelance arts journalist.