Cary D. Gladstone has appeared on stage as Henry Fatt in the Concord Community Players' award-winning production of Clifford Odet's Waiting for Lefty, as well as playing Gus in Murder for Rent. He has also appeared in several shows with NH Radio Theater, productions that are performed live and recorded for broadcast, including Dracula, the Unholy, The Curse of the Mummy, and the October 2004 production of War of the Worlds. The Sacrifice is his first film.

Despite the relatively small amount of time he has onscreen in The Sacrifice, Cary Gladstone contributed immensely to the film. He sent David Snyder our way, when we were still casting, as well as introducing us to his wife, Teri Gladstone, who ended up playing the Receptionist, at the beginning of the film.

Beyond that, Cary arranged for the use of The Bagelworks in Concord, New Hampshire, for the filming of the Cafe scene. He also connected me to the New Hampshire Film Commission office, and sent me information about several film festivals.

Even though the only time we really see Cary in the film is when he arrives at the Kelly House in uniform, he also appeared as one of the two robed henchmen in the cemetery, digging up bodies for Eli Corwin, and he is one of the two robed figures who grabs Jonathan in the final ritual scene and carries him to the altar. (Fox Gabriel actually stood in for Cary for part of this scene, when Cary had to get back to another production he was in.)