Abel's Field


Seth is a hard working teen saddled after his mother dies, with the physical and financial responsibility of taking care of his young twin sisters. Abandoned by his alcoholic father and shunned by his older brother, he has no support system. To add to his beleaguered lot, he is bullied and pegged by the local athletic high school stars as a loser from the wrong side of the tracks. Set up for failure, he becomes the whipping-boy of the school’s seeming elite and in turn the coaches are deceived into believing he is a trouble maker. In this environment, he finds himself thrown together with a highly unlikely support system – the mysterious local school groundskeeper, Abel. As he is encouraged to triumph over adversity, he also begins to find a broader support system allowing him to grow inwardly. His confidence returns, and in the process, Able also begins to open up and is able to heal through faith, love and friendship. Stars Kevin Sorbo, Samuel Davis


Sorbo quickly rose to stardom in the title role of the hit series, "Hercules, the Legendary Journeys." The immense popularity of the five initial two-hour telefilms in 1993 resulted in the launch of a weekly series by 1994. Electronics Media Magazine named Sorbo TV’s third most bankable star behind Oprah and Regis.
A school play (Julius Caesar) tapped Samuel's interest in acting at a young age, prompting him to drop football and track & field.