Hoboken International Film Festival 2016 Spotlight: Sizzling Cutie Clea Alsip


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Clea Alsip is a rising star on Broadway and she’s odds on to replicate her success on the indie scene too. She’s appearing in the horror flick “Seclusion” that pits a group of friends against a killer stalking them an isolated wedding destination. As the bride Sarah, little does she know the merriment of her nuptials would descend into a fight for survival. The tension between her and her friends adds another layer of disquiet that ratchets the ostensible tension. Th enchanting Clea does infuse verve in her character Sarah in the face of terror so here’s hoping she’s the Final Girl or are there astonishing twists to come? Clea once remarked she lives for the moment when she performs on stage and on film so it’s amazing to see her dedicated energy translates so wonderfully.

Clea currently stars as Shelby in Steel Magnolias alongside the luminaries namely Jessica Walter, Susan Sullivan, Patricia Richardson, Elaine Hendrix, and Lucy Devito and the play runs until Jun 18th at the Bucks County Playhouse. Having sold out its opening night and receiving countless standing ovations, this memorable story of eternal friendship is quite the hot ticket! Clea is also notable for her recurring role as Viola, the best friend of showgirl Billie Kent (Meg Steedle whom I’ve featured on this blog), the girlfriend of Nucky (Steve Buscemi) on “Boardwalk Empire”. With her mesmerising body of work, It’s foreseeable that the radiantly gorgeous Clea is on the cusp of stardom.

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