SCOTT MANNDANNY PATTON
Ret. Lt. Col Scott Mann spent 23 years in the United States Army, 18 of that as a Green Beret, where he specialized in unconventional, high-impact missions all over the world including Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Panama, Iraq and Afghanistan. In the same way he empowered local tribes in Iraq and Afghanistan to make transformative decisions, using very few resources, Scott now teaches the relationship-building techniques that drove so many of his successful combat operations as the founder of Rooftop Leadership.
Together with his wife, Scott founded the 501c3 non-profit, The Heroes Journey, to help veterans and first responders tell their stories in transition.
LEN BRUCEKENNY SUGGINS | MALIK JAN
Leonard Bruce is an American Actor. He is a retired Master Sergeant and a 22+ year veteran of the U.S. Army and a former Green Beret. He has participated in numerous combat deployments world over, from Desert Shield/Storm, Afghanistan, Iraq, and the Philippines. Upon retirement from the military, inspired by his son, Len ultimately decided to take a much different route than many military retirees. He studied Theatre at Fayetteville State University and then went on to LA where he studied at the New York Film Academy. Currently based out of the Atlanta area, he is continuing his actor’s training at The Actors Break Through under Greg Allen Williams and works as a Military Tactical Advisor in the film industry.
BRYAN BACHMANOPERATOR 837 | SPECIAL FORCES INSTRUCTOR | PRESIDING OFFICER | PENTAGON ARMY OFFICER | JEREMY SMITH
Bachman holds a BFA from Full Sail University. He served 8 years in the US Army as an Airborne Infantryman in the 82nd Airborne Division. After deploying to both Iraq and Afghanistan, he settled with his wife and two children in Florida and studied acting. He can be seen in the PlayStation Original Series HyperReal in a regular role, Tyler Perry’s Haves and Have Nots in recurring, and Homicide Hunter on ID. Bachman is honored to be a part of this cast.
LAST OUT is a Heroes Journey production made possible by the Gary Sinise Foundation