Bentonville Film Fest 2017 Spotlight: Debby Gerber

actress debby gerber bentonville film festival 2017

We hold an admiration for the delectable faces on film and Switzerland-born actress Debby Gerber is a sweetheart of luminous persuasion. She has a supporting role in actor turned director Judy Greer’s directorial debut “A Happening of Monumental Proportions”. Debby joins a diverse, accomplished group of actresses which include Allison Janney, Jennifer Garner, Katie Holmes, Marla Sokoloff and Mary Birdsong in this character-driven comedy. It’s a dizzying story of sex, lies and deathly bodies set in an LA school as a group of students find themselves embroiled in the murder mystery. Debby has done her fair share of challenging parts, working on more than just films, having been the lead on the play “Angels in America” written by Tony Kushner. Being in a high-profile film such as “A Happening of Monumental Proportions” is only going to boost her profile.

She will be in the upcoming “Bunnyman Vengeance” which will round up the indie horror trilogy as the bunny-costumed serial killer wreaks havoc once more. Debby has appeared on the horror genre in many iterations having also been on the Jack Black produced comedy-horror web-series “Ghost Ghirls” and the supernatural flick “Mansion Of Blood”. She’s also been active in the short film medium with a collection of roles and Debby also happens to be a whiz with languages with her ability to speak German and French.

actress debby gerber A Happening of Monumental Proportion

This Swiss Miss is to be regarded as an emerging talent and its platforms such as the Bentonville film fest started by Geena Davis that lets the world in on wonderful performers such as the enchanting Debby Gerber.

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