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Kingsville Graduate Making Mark In Political, Acting Endeavors


When you see a resume that contains credentials, such as; Mayor, Batesburg-Leesville, South Carolina; Commendation recipient, South Carolina, House of Representatives, and Actor, “Outer Banks,” Netflix; you might not immediately associate that person with someone from Kingsville, MO. But those and many other laudits have been bestowed on a 1988 graduate from none of than Kingsville R-1 High School – Lancer Shull. He is the son of George and Shirley Shull, residents of Kingsville.
For “Outer Banks” fans, and there are many, judging from the fact the series began its third season in February of this year, chances are you’ll quickly match a face with the railway agent he plays in Episode 5.
The appearance was the source of a recent feature by Cissy Terlizzi, in the Batesburg-Leesville, Twin-City News. It reads as follows:

Spot Shull On Screen Again In ‘Outer Banks’

Fans of the Netflix series “Outer Banks” may have noticed a familiar face in a scene from Episode 5 in the most recently released Season 3 of the show. It’s none other than Batesburg-Leesville Mayor Lancer Shull.
Shull makes a brief appearance in the episode as a railway agent who nearly thwarts a train robbery, but is tricked into allowing two of the main characters onto the target car.
“The cast was awesome. You never know what you’re going to get when you walk onto a set with an established ensemble. They may tell you to stay in the trailer ’til they call you. They were all very welcoming, from the cast, crew, makeup, everyone,” Shull said.
His favorite part, he said, was that the director gave him the freedom to go off script or “ad-lib” in the scene.

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