Rising Starlet: Gema Calero

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The enticing Gema Calero is a blossoming enchanter with adoring eyes expected to gaze upon her in 2015. She’s starring in “Swingers Anonymous” which has been accepted to this years Cannes and this prestigious film festival will possibly thrust her into the spotlight around the world. “Swingers Anonymous” is a deliciously crafted dark comedy told in noir fashion complete with a swingers party, intriguing characters and lots of breasts. The must see trailer (above) is a thrill to watch what with its morbid humor laced with the snappy Mariachi tune.

Here’s Gema giving us a tease of her juicy role:

So, I play “Suzie” in Swingers Anonymous. She’s a stripper who’s quite bitter about her life. She smokes cigarettes, watches TV all day in the crummy motel she lives in with her boyfriend, and hopes for better days. Except for Suzie, hoping doesn’t equate working toward something better, but rather waiting around for a quick come up. She’s lazy, desperate, sexy and vulnerable. She thinks that money will make her happy, but even then, she’s still bitter. Money makes the world go around, but can it turn a lost soul around?

Thanks to the very kind Gema, here are some shots from the short film destined to generate tons of buzz at Cannes and beyond.

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With her kissable lips and being strikingly attractive, there’s every chance she would make a memorable impression on the red carpets in France and many more ahead. Her professionalism is a shining example seeing how director Director Quincy Perkins gave plenty of kudos to her:

Gema Calero, a Nicaraguan living in Miami, plays Suzie, the girlfriend of Bill. “I needed a female who could pull a gun and do it honestly,” Perkins said. “Man, she pulled that gun like she had done it before. Suzie also has a lot of lines, and they are fast. I needed someone who could really act. She is a brilliant actress and has a very film noir attitude already.”

For me, it’s a blessing to have the very first Nicaraguan-American actress sizzling up the Actress Blog. Gema has also been eye-catching in the slasher film “HazMat” and will be seen alongside Tony ‘Candyman’ Todd in “Agoraphobia” as well as putting on her Scream Queen shoes in the upcoming “All Girls Weekend”. I’ve always been enthused with women in horror and Gema has bags of potential to be another terror hottie to crave. There’s still more to discover about the luscious Gema but i’ll save it for my future article which will give praise to the women who will sizzle at Cannes 2015.

Don’t forget to visit the GEMA CALERO OFFICIAL SITE and start noticing her ever-growing appeal.

The Sizzling Women To Adore @ Twin Cities Film Fest 2014


1. Bonnie Bower in “Escape”

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– It’s “Continuum” meets “Nikita” as Bonnie in her saucy catsuit glory stars as Eve in the sci-fi actioner “Escape”. She describes her character as a strong, dark, sexy (in an understated way), yet sensitive heroine.
– This was her first time doing anything in this kind of world, i.e. sci fi action. She ardently trained in Krav Maga to prep for the physical action sequences.
– Bonnie is quite the catch, captivating onscreen, ravishing on the red carpet (most recently at HollyShorts 2014 and personable in person. Fondness for her is everlasting…:)

2. Mackenzie Meehan in “These Hopeless Savages”

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– I almost did a double take after seeing pics of Mackenzie at the premiere of “The Wolf of Wall Street” as you could easily earmark her as the new ‘Katie Holmes’!
– She’s certainly the heart-breaker as Nicki in the indie comedy “These Hopeless Savages”, shooting down her boyfriend’s ego by rejecting his marriage proposal.
– We on the other hand are determined to inculcate an avidity for Mackenzie for she’s a dazzling cutie who happens to be a very bright prospect!

3. Molly Ryman in “Ink & Steel”


– With the indie scene at its zenith, Molly should by now be lauded for her impeccable work and is an indie starlet to crave!
– After all, she is an award-winning actress having garnered Best Actress at the Northwest Ohio Independent Film Festival for her multi-layered performance in “Things I Don’t Understand”.
– This riveting Minnesota talent may just be popping up at this year’s Twin Cities Film Fest with her being one of the stars of the gangster drama “Ink & Steel”.