Actress Spotlight: Seana Kofoed

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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.

Screen Siren: Brigitte Millar

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Award-winning actress, the enchanting Brigitte Millar is going to be thrusted into the spotlight this week and beyond. She is making an appearance in “Spectre”, the latest instalment of the beloved James Bond franchise which could be Daniel Craig’s swan song. Brigitte takes on the part of German baddie Dr Vogel and we all know female villains have such great fun in Bond films. She also got to work with Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz and the amazing cast so you can affirm that Brigitte is on the cusp of making waves. She’s also starring in the buzzworthy sci-fi film “The Quiet Hour” alongside Dakota Blue Richards who stars as a gritty teenage girl protecting her brother from alien invaders in a post-apocalyptic England. As Kathryn, Brigitte is absorbing in her villainous streak as the gang leader of a band of marauders who are a threat to Dakota’s Sarah.

With her assertive poise on screen, Brigitte delves into her matriarchal persona with aplomb in a display of vicious authority. She may have started her career late in life but in 2011, she garnered a Best Supporting Actress Award at the International Film Festival in Los Angeles for her role as ‘Amelia Holland’ in ‘David is Dying’ directed by Stephen Lloyd Jackson. Winning 8 awards in the United States alone, it has the honour of being the first British independent feature film to do so which surely must be impacted by Brigitte’s sterling contribution to the film. Seeing how she’s lined up to thrill us in the horror genre (which by the way is always a top pick for me) for a new horror anthology, expect the level of interest for her to multiply.

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