Tough on the outside, adorable on the inside, actress and writer Eva Ceja began performing at a young age in her home city with the Seattle Children’s Theater and directed her first stage play while she was still in high school.
Athough it’s been over 30 years, Tami Stronach will probably never be able to go through an interview without mention of her role as the “Childlike Empress” in Wolfgang Petersen’s 1984 fantasy film, The NeverEnding Story.
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.
Before becoming one of the top Scream Queens in indie horror, Victoria De Mare trained and danced professionally with the Wilmington Ballet, Joffrey Ballet and St. Croix Ballet companies. After she relocated to Los Angeles,
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.
Cristin Azure is best-known by fans of The Walking Dead as a featured “walker” on the third and fourth seasons of the hit AMC show. Playing walkers have been among her more visually unglamourous roles, but still challenging and noteworthy, nonetheless.
Orlando-based actress Tiffany Sefa is one of the talented young actresses who will be starring in Nicholas Hunt’s upcoming film, Safe Place. Described as an “old school-style horror,” Safe Place is in the same vein at The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
Based out of St. Petersburg, Russia, the premiere horror surf band Messer Chups, kicked off their first US tour in August. The band’s bombshell bassist Zombierella, gave Idol Features this exclusive backstage interview in San Jose, California.
Many fans of 1970s adult cinema may best remember Kristine DeBell as the titular, innocent-but-quick-learning lass in the 1976 adult feature film Alice in Wonderland: An X-Rated Musical Fantasy (arguably one of her best-know roles).
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.