Foxy Femme: Andrea Syglowski

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With her kissable lips, everyone will soon be having an avidity for Andrea Syglowski who dazzles up the small screen this week. She’s appearing in “The Good Wife” as Stacy Groom, the plaintiff who is embroiled in a case of wrongful abortion in the episode ‘Restraint’. Her character Stacy gets grilled by the fearsome Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) who is dismissive of her but eventually succumbs to the ideals of free speech and gets Stacy to the stand during the controversial trial. Andrea shines in the skin of this woman who in spite of a barrage of damning questions has the presence of mind to be unshakeable and belies her own ulterior motives. This is a weighty role for Andrea so make sure you stick to the end as she is set to impress audiences in dramatic fashion.

In fact many would have seen her earlier in the year in the third season of “Elementary” playing Sarah Jacoby whose husband’s DNA is found under the fingernails of a dead woman but believes her husband is innocent of the murder. This ever enchanting Andrea is also active on the theatre scene having been a vision of seduction in the play “Venus in Fur” back in 2014. As the struggling actress Vanda, she’s a potent enticer, from the gentle swaying of her hips be it clad or barely-clad in her black lingerie to the erotic use of language, Andrea tantalizes the senses. I for one can’t wait to see her sink her teeth into a future role as a femme fatale and Andrea could soon be an alluring starlet in our midst.

Rising Starlet: Anna Hopkins


It’s no surprise that Canadian actresses are undeniably the object of our affection especially when cutie Anna Hopkins is now illuminating our TV screens. Certain to garner affection from sci-fi fans thanks to her role as Jessica “Berlin” Rainer in “Defiance”, she could be the breakout star praised by the lips of many people. Speaking of lips, Anna is blessed with a ravishing and kissable one, likely to evoke a strong attraction. In “Defiance”, she’s got the feisty action heroine locked in, tackling a woman who has always known the military life. Not only a trained fighter, her character Berlin has experienced the horrors of war yet she keeps her vulnerability well hidden under her battle-hardened exterior. Anna is captivating in this fearless persona and let’s hope we get to experience more of her in upcoming seasons.

Anna has also graced several hit shows namely “Lost Girl”, “Arrow” and “The Flash” proving that women do rule on television. On top of her TV gigs, she’s slated to star in “After The Ball”, a fairytale where she’s the sister of fellow co-star Natalie Krill who has been featured on this blog numerous times. Now there’s a swoon worthy duo indeed! She’s also did her very first French-speaking role in “Les MaĆ®tres du Suspense” and like “After The Ball”, it’s a film which will see Anna tickle us pink. Be it as a sci-fi vixen or a comedy queen, she’s an adorable mesmerizer. It won’t be long before Anna finds herself being touted as Canada’s newest screen sweetheart and that would be an accolade richly deserved.