This interview with singer Seraphim Ward was conducted back in 2012 by Mimi Miyagi for the now-defunct website Eyestrane.com. It’s been republished at Idol Features courtesy of former Eyestrane editor-in-chef, Tom Heckbert.
As of this writing, and most likely not until November when they all gather in Titusville, Florida to begin shooting the film, none of the actresses in the cast of Safe Place have ever worked with or even met any of the others in person.
This interview with former Married to Rock star, Josie Stevens, was conducted back in 2012 by Tom Heckbert for the now-defunct website Eyestrane.com. It’s been republished at Idol Features courtesy of Tom.
Born and raised in Southern California, Tracey Birdsall has lived all over the US, but now calls Malibu home. She began her show biz career modeling and doing TV commercials, and also sang with bands in clubs during her early 20s.
Three’s Company was one of the most popular US sitcoms of the mid-to-late 70s. Based on the British sitcom, Man About the House, it took some experimenting to create the winning formula that put the show at the top of the Nielsen’s.
Here’s one I haven’t gotten yet, though it’s on the list. Hammer’s Twins of Evil came along during the studio’s last gasps as a horror factory. Though they had dominated the Gothic horror market beginning in the late 50s.
Bond Girls are in a very elite class and not every actress who’s appeared in a James Bond film meets the criteria for being dubbed a Bond Girl. To date, there have been only three Asian ladies who are considered to be in that class, and here they are.
Artist and photographer Mike James’ camera has been capturing out-of-this-world sexy models over 20 years. Often in costumes he creates himself, the ladies’ poses and themes range from the outrageous to the fairly mundane.