'Dark Angel' Actor Joins Mischa Barton in 'Ghost Station'
Richard Gunn will star in the paranormal thriller inspired by true events surrounding an abandoned subway station built on top of a graveyard.
Richard Gunn, who starred on TV's Dark Angel, has joined paranormal thriller Ghost Station, starring Mischa Barton.
The indie film, which is slated to shoot in the summer in Canada, is inspired by true events surrounding an abandoned subway station built on top of a graveyard. It follows a paranormal debunker who must unearth the difference between fact and fiction.
Jenna Mattison (For the Love of the Money) wrote the script and will also produce with Michele Weisler, Hackybox Pictures and her banner Cheshire Smile.
Gunn played Calvin "Sketchy" Theodore for two seasons on Fox's Dark Angel. He currently stars in the BYUtv original series Granite Flats, which premieres season two on April 6. His next film appearance will be opposite Charlize Theron, Chloe Grace Moretz and Nicholas Hoult in Dark Places, hitting theaters in the fall.