Actress and fitness model Krista Grotte’s “day job” as a project manager for a Florida-based aviation technology company, requires her to travel quite a bit, which would make one wonder how she also manages to have a successful acting and modeling career. You’d think her frequent travels would hampering her show biz career. However, Krista says she coordinates the two by scheduling her shoots and appearances to coincide with where she’ll be at the time, thus turning what could be an obstacle, into an advantage.
A favorite of award-winning director Thomas J. Churchill, Krista’s proud to be starring in his upcoming film Check Point, and rightfully so. It deals with domestic terrorism, an issue our country is currently faced with, and has a strong cast. She’s also been recently cast in three more of Thomas’ upcoming films; Marilyn: Zombie Hunter, starring Sarah French, and two that have just been recently announced: Beautiful Nightmare, which will also feature Vida Ghaffari in a starring role, and Nation’s Fire, which was covered in last week’s press release featured here, that also included her Eye on Entertainment interview with the lovely Dawna Lee Heising.
Also, a correspondent for the Florida-based TV show Born to Ride, Krista, a motorcycle enthusiast herself, is a familiar face among the biker community throughout the southern states, where the show is broadcast. Just press play to hear about that and much more in Krista’s very recent and exclusive interview with Idol Features.
March 21, 2016 interview with Krista Grotte
From the TeaseUm shoot at the Playboy Mansion last year
Krista’s favorite gym is as close as her garage at home.
Left: Krista in 2003 as “Pussey” from her first film, the horror short, Filthy. Right: Post
award-winning poster for Alarum, the 2006 short Krista wrote, as well as starred in.
Left: As the brunette “Champagne” in splatter movie legend Herschell Gordon Lewis’ 2009
film, The Uh-oh Show. Right: In 2011 as Pamela in Thomas J. Churchill’s Emerging Past.
Dare Part IV. Right: With Ashley Lynn Caputo on the set of the 2012’s Joe Vampire.
Left: At the 2014 Blood and Babes Comic Con in Long Island, New York, promoting Lazarus and
the EP director’s cut of Emerging Past, which was released last spring. Right: Gracing the
poster for Thomas J. Churchill’s Nation’s Ride, in which Krista stars as the title character.
See more of Krista at:
Her Official Website
Her IMDb Page
Her Facebook Fan Page
Krista on Twitter