Stan "Tiger" Shults
Tiger was born in 1960, the same year as the Cowboys, and he grew up going to games with his father. Tiger leads hundreds of “Gate 6” Tailgaters in a weekly pep rally from the back of his GMC pickup, pumping up fans before the game. His daughter, Meredith Landry, was induced early so he wouldn’t miss the last game of the 2004 season.

Cy Ditmore
Cy lives for football, and his tailgating friends are his family. He doesn’t always go into the stadium, but he’s always in the parking lot. Cy’s grilling trailer, affectionately named “The Liza: One Hot Smokin’ Bitch,” is his base of operations, and every week he fires her up to BBQ for hundreds of fans.


Jonny Mars - Director/Producer
Jonny has worked as a producer, actor and writer, and America's Parking Lot is his directing debut. Most recently, he starred in the short Hellion (Sundance 2012) and the feature Wuss (SXSW 2011, AFI 2011 Audience Award Winner). Jonny also co-starred, co-produced and helped score The Happy Poet (SXSW 2010, Venice 2010). He’s currently in post production on numerous features, including Scott Meyers’ The Give and the Go (actor, producer, story by), Sean Gallagher’s Good Night (actor, producer) and Spencer Parsons’ Saturday Morning Massacre (actor, producer, story by). He recently produced the “Texas Meets Tillamook” ad campaign for Tillamook Cheese.

Jason Wehling - Producer
Jason’s producing credits include: August Evening, winner of the 2008 John Cassavetes Award; Kyle Henry’s Sundance and Cannes-featured anthology of shorts, Fourplay; Alan Berg's PBS doc, A Place to Dance; Paul Gordon’s 2010 SXSW and Venice standout, The Happy Poet; Spencer Parsons’ new horror film, Saturday Morning Massacre; and Chris Eska’s forthcoming Civil War drama.  Jason’s short, The GrownUps, premiered at SXSW 2010 and played as part of the 48 Hour Film Project’s showcase at Cannes 2010. From 2002-2005, he served as a programmer on PBS' Independent Lens series.

Robin Schwartz - Editor
Robin served as an associate producer and assistant editor on Alan Berg’s 2011 documentary, Outside Industry: The Story of SXSW, and she works as a freelance editor and producer. Robin studied journalism at the University of Texas, she plays the drums, and she recently acted in Andrew Bujalski’s forthcoming feature, Computer Chess. America's Parking Lot is her first feature as an editor.