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Daniel Baldwin (Vampires) attached to the feature film Deadly Sanctuary

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Actor and Director, Daniel Baldwin, has joined the production of Deadly Sanctuary, a Mystery film based on the book by Sylvia Nobel. Daniel is best known for Vampires and Born of the Fourth of July. He is the second eldest of the four Baldwin brothers and has been in film for over twenty-five years.

Daniel will be portraying the character of Dr. Price, joining other cast members: Rebekah Kochan (Eating Out, Finding Mr. Wright), Mandalynn Carlson (Holiday Miracle), Michael Emery (Nate & Margaret), Nicole Criss (A Horse for Summer), Terri Minton (These Foolish Things) and Bobbi Jeen Olson (A Horse for Summer).

Deadly sanctuary is being produced by Nandar Entertainment and Starfire Productions, LLC and directed by Nancy Criss (A Horse for Summer, Windcatcher: The Story of Sacajawea). The Production Manager is Tracy Wright (Finding Mr. Wright) and the original musical score will be composed by Dean Andre (Private Obsession).

Short Synopsis: Flame-haired, east coast reporter, Kendall O"Dell, is drawn into an evil web of conspiracy when she agrees to investigate the mysterious disappearance of her predecessor at a small newspaper in isolated Castle Valley, Arizona. Working undercover, she encounters a cast of suspicious characters and in the thrill-packed conclusion, her life hangs in the balance when she finally uncovers the horrifying secret.

The Deadly Sanctuary production team welcomes Daniel Baldwin to the project. You can follow along with the making of this film on Facebook at:

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