In keeping with the Christmas season tradition at Idol Features, here are some of the ladies we’ve interviewed and featured on our pages throughout the past year (and a few who’ve appeared further back), showing
Actress Jenae Altschwager, better known professionally as Jenae Alt (even though she’s credited under her full surname on a good number of her works), has chalked up some notable credits since her acting career began
Anita spends a good portion of her shows suspending herself from two aerial fabrics hanging high overhead from the theater rafters. She does a range of aerial maneuvers, narrates and sings, sometimes while completely upside-down, suspended several meters above the stage floor.
Chandra Gerson started out in show biz doing extra work in front of the camera, which led to her taking acting classes at the famed Lee Strasberg acting school. However, Chandra soon found that her true passion in films, was working behind the camera.
Co-founder of indie film production company, Deranged Minds Entertainment, Destinie Orndoff has been an avid horror fan since she was six and saw A Nightmare on Elm Street. Rather than the film giving her nightmares,
Since her first interview here, the events Cleveland-based actress and producer Kristina Michelle runs have grown considerably. 2016 marks the fifth showing of the Horror Hotel International Film Festival. What started as a one-day show
Actress and producer Bianca Allaine talks Zombinatrix and more in her third exclusive interview with Idol Features. Initially announced last summer, as covered here, and set to start filming in April, Zombinatrix was co-written by
Born and bred in the great state of Tennessee, actress, model, and producer Mandy Hawley, know professionally as Goldie Fatale, colorfully describes herself in a way that I can’t equal, so I’ll just quote her