The original screenplay for Paint (2006) did not have any females roles in it basically due to a male writing a male action story — besides, Gerald did not know of any females that were interested in being in a paintball movie that was this short.
When Gerald was auditioning people for the roles, his daughter helped out as the person who the other person read their lines with during the auditions. Gerald noticed that she never looking at the screenplay when she delivered the lines — any characters part — as she knew them from memory.
Gerald realized that having a daughter who has been in many plays should be in the movie. He rectified that by giving her a bit-part, and one that was done on the first day, so the other people in the film could see how acting was done. She should have been in the entire movie and played the lead role.
This was lesson number one for Gerald in auditing and casting people, people skills, talent, and a desire to participate. If they want to be a part of the production, find a place for them, and they will excel.