Soon to be Screen Goddess, Astrea Campbell-Cobb exudes the swoon-worthy charisma that we’ve come to appreciate with fervour. In fact she looks every bit the foxy lady playing a flight attendant on this week’s episode “Many Heads, One Tale” from the addictive series “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D”. With her sultry lips, it’s no wonder Astrea belongs in the pantheon of the most alluring women who have appeared on the show and she’s such a viewing pleasure flying the friendly skies with Hydra head honcho Grant Ward (Brett Dalton). Grant may not have fallen for her entrancing qualities (he has his mind on world domination) but I’m sure many viewers would have found her very desirable. This comely blonde is also part of the gorgeous and talented cast of “Till We Meet Again”, the indie drama that is currently garnering praises from the world over. Astrea plays Miranda who comes into the lives of a couple in Thailand one of which includes Joanna as depicted by fellow actress Linnea Larsdotter whom I’ve just featured.
Don’t forget to look out for Astrea in “KILD TV”, a must-see horror film that has a serial killer terrorising TV station workers and the cold-blooded perpetrator hiding amongst one of them. Astrea stars as the ravishing Adel but could she be the one who is butchering those innocent souls? Guess we’ll have to find out when the film is released but rest assured Astrea will soon be the go-to-girl to love when it comes to the arena of indie films and television.
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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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