Actress Spotlight: Seana Kofoed


Seana Kofoed has the regal poise that many will find to be very divine and she’s certainly a sultry vision this week. Catch her in episode 7 of the new Netflix series “Flaked” as top agent Vanessa Weiss who might have a spicy back-story judging from the frosty reception dished out by protagonist self-help guru Chip (Will Arnett). In the month of March, there’s going to a wonderful list of actresses vying for our attention with SXSW in full swing and Online TV becoming even more tantalising with enchanters such as Seana. In the vein of sirens such as Vera Farmiga, Seana projects the attractive confidence of brassy women with a fascinating charm most should gravitate towards in droves.

She also guest-starred on the hit soap “The Young and the Restless” as the psychic Madame Isadora and if there’s ever a crystal ball we can peek into, it would reveal that Seana should already be passionately well-regarded. Armed with a theatrical background, she’s been a standout in several notable plays and is best known for starring in “Men In Trees” alongside Anne Heche in a role that’s very much the opposite of her recent sexier, assertive ones. Parts of Seana’s personality is a reflection of the traits of the women she’s depicted on screen and having utilised them impeccably, she’s a radiant actress everyone should be doting on.

Hotties On Film, DVD, TV & The Web – 16 Nov 2015


Tonantzin Carmelo in “Z-Nation” & “Entertainment”


– In this week’s episode of Z-Nation, the bewitching Tonantzin Carmelo is a scene stealer as Kuruk, the “Medicine Woman” who is rather gifted in the art of pain management.
– It’s awesome to see diversity getting a run on TV at last with the introduction of Native American characters who are kicking Zombie Ass and having meaty roles such as the shrewd healer that Tonantzin enigmatically essays.
– To make our viewing pleasure doubly wonderful, Tonantzin can be seen in “Entertainment”, the surreal drama which has just been released online and she’s totally luscious in it.

Aurora Papile in “Panic 5 Bravo” and “A La Mala”

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– More than ever, we should endorse Aurora Papile as a rising starlet especially since she’s making her inviting versatility felt in an array of noteworthy films.
– She’s been praised as the hidden gem of the action thriller “Panic 5 Bravo” as the feisty paramedic Bobby who has a mysterious edge as she and her team battle for their lives against a dangerous Mexican drug cartel.
– Following on from her impressive performance in the inter-racial love story “Pulling Strings”, Aurora returns to captivate yet again as Kika, the bubbly roomie of aspiring actress Mala in the Mexican romantic comedy “A La Mala”

Allira Jaques in “Charlie’s Farm”

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– “Charlie’s Farm” is regarded as one of the Best Slasher Films to emerge from Australia and why not when the comely Allira Jaques is one of the enthralling leads. She plays Melanie, one of four friends exploring the urban legend of a psychotic killer.
– Director Chris Sun himself anointed her as being Australia’s Next Scream Queen and it’s her natural charms as a performer that will make her very much desired.
– Having won multiple awards for her absorbing performance in the dark tale “Daddy’s Little Girl”, she certainly has all the goods to be a future star.

Rosie Fellner in “Heist”


– When there’s a gorgeous lady in the shape of British actress Rosie Fellner leaving us enchanted in the action thriller “Heist”, it’s a given to wax lyrical about her.
– Rosie stars as Julie, the wife of Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s character Vaughn who are facing a family crisis as their daughter’s needs urgent medical treatment. He partners up with Cox (Dave Bautista) to rob a casino which doesn’t bode well for either of them.
– Having worked with immaculate personalities such as Robert De Niro, Steve Coogan, Cara Delevingne as well as Kate Beckinsale, she too has become a screen enchanter.