• Thomas Bonifield

Personal Look at T.C. Stallings

The Christian actor releases an autobiographical documentary.

Promotional poster for T.C. Stallings' documentary "24 Counter."

Best known for his lead role in War Room, the hit 2015 faith-based film from the Kendrick Brothers, T.C. Stallings cuts an imposing figure on screen. A former football player who played professionally in Europe, Canada and the Arena League, the 41-year-old clearly still knows his way around the weight room, as you can see in the picture above. But there is more to him than just the good looks and brawny exterior we see in his acting roles.


And that's what he promises to reveal in this new self-produced documentary, 24 Counter. The film derives its name from the game-winning play he ran back in 2000 to lead his University of Louisville Cardinals to an overtime victory against archrival University of Kentucky. Promotional material says the film tracks his life "escaping the mean streets of Cleveland" and will provide the "story BEHIND the game."


This is the first such project for Stallings, a devout Believer, who says in a social media post he's grateful God equipped him to see it through to fruition. It is clearly something he poured his heart and soul into, having ridden an emotional roller coaster and shed more than a few tears in the process.

"I don't want to start crying in front of you...I don't even think I could cry any more tears right now. If I tried to cry right now, dust is going to come out."

But Stallings adds that he "laughed too," and feels confident the documentary will "inspire those who watch it." He also believes that the Lord will use it to touch people's hearts.

"I can't wait to share my story with you guys, and I'm glad God called me to do it. And I can't wait to see who He purposes for this to impact."

Christian Film Blog has not yet seen 24 Counter, though we plan to soon. The documentary runs 70 minutes and will cost you $2.99 to watch. You can do so via this link.

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