In May 2007, Sandvoss took on the role of Mason Michael Finch in the indie film Fling (formerly titled Lie to Me), filmed on location in Kansas City, Missouri.The film had its premiere on April 26, 2008, at the Newport Beach Film Festival during the same time frame that Sandvoss was filming a pilot for the Sci-Fi Channel, "Revolution." It was announced in November, 2008 that he would appear in the independent film Exquisite Corpse.Other suggestions include better security safeguards that can detect attacks and mandated election audits before federal election results are made official.Only two states, Colorado and New Mexico, conduct post-election audits that can detect potential attacks., Steve Sandvoss plays the lead role of Aaron Davis, a kind and polite Mormon who moves in next door to Christian, played by actor Wes Ramsey.
is a romantic comedy that playfully embraces regret, faith, loss, and love through the characters of Aaron Davis and Christian Markelli.
Seems more like a clever political move - now during the November elections - when DADT repeal still hasn't happened - they can pat themselves on the back claiming "we tried" And, mark my word - DADT repeal is a done deal, especially given that congress also tacked on funding for two Joint Strike Fighter engines onto the defense spending bill - something that both president Obama and the Pentagon are against.
Because of this, the whole defense spending bill is in jeopardy of being vetoed.
This Saturday night, at the Newport Beach Film Festival, is the world premiere of “Lie to Me.” The film stars Brandon Routh, Courtney Ford, Steve Sandvoss, Nick Wechsler, Shoshana Bush and Ellen Hollman and it was directed by John Stewart Muller.
By all appearances, Samantha (Courtney Ford) and Mason (Steve Sandvoss) are the picture perfect couple: young, attractive, successful, and madly in love.