Rebecca Gullion was born and raised in Studio City, California. At an early age, Rebecca developed a passion for performing. During her high school years at Mayfield Senior in Pasadena, California, Rebecca was accepted into the conservatory for the arts, with an emphasis in dance. She spent the next four years of her life dancing, performing in more than twelve dance ensemble concerts and three plays. She graduated in 1999.
Rebecca continued onto
college at California State University, Long Beach. During
her junior year in college,
she began an internship at Fox Television
Studios. She graduated in 2003 with a BA in
Interpersonal and Organizational Communication with an
influence in MEDIA.
Immediately following her
graduation, Rebecca was hired
as an executive assistant to Emmy
Award winning Producer, Kevin Burns. It was here that she
discovered her passion for performing had taken a transformation
into a desire to do behind the scenes work. For the next
two years, Rebecca's jobs consisted of research and assistant
story editing for various television shows, including A&E
Biography, Look Up In The Sky: The Amazing story of
Superman, Empire of Dreams: The Story of the Star Wars Trilogy,
Playboy's 50th Anniversary Special and Girls Next Door.
In 2004 Rebecca began taking
a film production class at UCLA where she met various
aspiring producers, directors, and writers. She was
approached by a fellow classmate who asked if she was
interested in producing a short film. She found she excelled
at budget preparation and scheduling, and enjoyed
communicating, negotiating and working with people who
shared her common interests.
In early 2005
Rebecca and her brother Jesse started their own production company,
Gulch Entertainment. In February, screenwriter, W.W. Vought, asked if
they would be interested in producing
Come Ride the
Dark Horse, Inc.,
in October 2005. Currently, Gulch Entertainment is in development on a
variety of different projects.
Jesse Tyler Gullion was born June 20th, 1985 to Steve and Angela Cartwright Gullion in Studio City, California.
In his early childhood years, Jesse developed passions for three things that would prove to be signposts for his future.
The first was a fascination with computers and technology, the second was a love of photography, and in particular the family
video camera with which he began making backyard videos with his neighborhood friends. The third was being an annual
participant of summer theatre camps.
Although at the time, there were no thoughts of pursuing a career in acting, the passion that Jesse found through the
freedom of artistic expression was one that made the later transition a perfect fit. These three elements fused together
when Jesse inherited a MAC G4 computer, branded with Apple's Final Cut Pro 2.0. His focus became tunnel-visioned, absorbing the process of non linear video editing. He purchased books and studied 'the
making of' for numerous films. In 8th grade, he directed, wrote, and edited A Day In The Life, a touching, two-part short
chronicling the school year. The film was shown at the school's commencement ceremonies. It was then that Jesse's focus had become finite, in
the realm of creativity, and the ultimate pursuance of a career in the arts.
Throughout high school at Flintridge Preparatory Jesse continued shooting and editing short music videos and handheld daily documentaries of the life around him. In addition, he
continued acting in his school's theater program. His endeavors culminated in his senior year when he played the part of Henry Higgins in
the winter production of My Fair Lady. For his senior thesis project,
Jesse made The Power of Revenge, a 45 minute film which he wrote,
directed, shot, edited and acted in. It was a rousing success when shown to a jam
packed theatre at the school. Following his graduation from high
school, Jesse and his sister, Rebecca, formed a production company, Gulch
In February 2005, they were approached by
writer-director W.W. Vought, President of Come Ride The Dark Horse, Inc.,
to co-produce the independent feature film, Johnny Virus. Over
the next eight months, the film was completed. In addition to his role
as producer, Jesse also served as editor and post production supervisor on
the film. As of this writing, Gulch Entertainment is in development
with Come Ride The Dark Horse Inc. on several future projects.