Rhode Island Film Festival 2015 Spotlight: Indie Princess Rebecca Lines


Known for her diverse body of work, Rebecca Lines is adept at projecting the persona of the characters she’s played and they have been an enchanting bunch indeed. Check out the web series “Johnny Dynamo” as she entices in her appearance as the seductive Gwen Frazier affirming that indie actresses are sexiness personified. Watch the episode (above) around the 18:30 mark and you’ll soon find that red is definitely her colour and Rebecca is a vision of sensuality. If you’re attending this year’s Rhode Island Film Fest, catch Rebecca in the comedy “Paternity Leave” that turns pregnancy on its head by having a guy getting knocked up.

With her beaming smile, Rebecca truly enjoys immersing herself in the skin of quirky yet relatable women and that means she’s a must watch. Going against type is her forte and she’s excellent at uplifting us with her fun, spirited interpretations of the female form. Not forgetting that she can be a genuine vixen onscreen, adding that extra dimension for us to adore her. Rebecca has indeed taken on dark roles specifically as an abusive mother but it would great to see her being a tease too, someone with loads of sass. The love she has for her craft is second to none and soon so will the passion for the gorgeous Rebecca.

Canadian Vixen: Jessica Harmon

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Canada’s finest can certainly be found on television and the enticing Jessica Harmon is fueling an avid interest that’s bound to grow. She may play a rather villainous character in “Olympus” but Jessica is every bit as saucy as Chalciope who is upping the body count everywhere she goes. Already two men have fallen at her feet as she seeks the HERO and the Oracle of the mythological series. With such a mean streak, expect Chalciope to stir things up and perhaps one day go toe-to-toe with the would be leader of Man. Could she be on the same par as Callisto (of Xena fame) and be just as ruthless? Time will tell but Jessica has that commanding presence that as Chalciope would have her enemies quake in their feet.

Seeing how she’s guest-starred in some of of the hottest TV shows ever, this is why we can’t stop gravitating towards the women of the small screen. Jessica also recently appeared on another new show “Backstrom” on top of having been in “Motive”, “Supernatural” and “Arrow” which have been big hits with audiences. Her next sojourn on TV will be in the sci-fi series “The Whispers” about an alien race that manipulate children in doing their bidding while harboring the desire to take over the world! Set to premiere in June, Jessica is likely to be feted by many and garner a new generation of sci-fi addicts. She will be seen alongside American Horror Story alum Lily Rabe so expect the unexpected. This could well be the rebirth of ‘Children Of The Corn’ with its creepy themes. Jessica also starred in the remake of “Black Christmas” which as a horror fan I much enjoyed the goriness. Her character did however get a savage death (eyes being ripped out is pretty vicious). With her solid run of roles on TV, Jessica’s burning bright with such lovable verve. I’m blessed to know the talented Jessica as she’s set to be one of the most desirable actresses.