Continuing the Shriekfest Hottie Fever is the lovely Liesel Kopp who this Saturday, Oct the 6th will win us over with her leading lady role in the indie ghost story “Revenant”. Plugging the work of one as sweet-looking as Liesel is essential and she shines in the tense frightener as Stella, the girlfriend of a writer who is desperate to experience a haunting as the inspiration for his new novel. Apparently this is no ordinary haunted house tale as the film introduces several elements not seen before in such features. Guess you’ll have to attend Shriekfest for the screening to find out! Blue eyes are indeed addictive and Liesel has a glittering pair that are as ravishing on print as they are onscreen. It makes you want to visit the LIESEL KOPP OFFICIAL SITE to take tour of her filmography and she does have a collection of videos for captive viewing.
In one of her interviews, she has this to say: ‘I’m always happy when I get cast in anything. And then on top of that, when it’s horror, it’s just a little extra icing on top.’ On that proclamation alone, Liesel may just be making waves as one of the promising talents on the indie horror front. You may have spotted her in the chilling festival favorite “Entrance” and the serial killer/zombie mash-up Die-ner (Get It?). While Liesel is a versatile actress, her partiality to all things dark and terrifying is going to get her recognized as a darling of the genre.
P.S. Thank you to the vivacious Liesel for sending me her more (in her eloquent words) glamour-y and/or horror-y photos specially for this feature. Don’t you think blood looks mighty fine on her…:)
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It’s about celebrating the fledgling starlets of the entertainment world and actress/screenwriter STEPHANIE SANDITZ ranks as one who we’ll be passionate about in a heartbeat. Her attractively, sharp jawline enhancing that foxiness she has in abundance and with the New Orleans Horror Festival in full swing, it’s the very event to catch her illuminate onscreen. Look out for STEPHANIE in the dark short film “Nice Guys Finish Last” as she plays Shellie, the best friend of perennial Scream Cutie Danielle Harris’s character Kori who has thing for bad boys. The trailer (above) implies a deranged malevolence on the part of Miss Danielle and I can’t wait to see what STEPHANIE has in store for us as the unsuspecting gal pal Shellie. From what I gather, she sets up a nice guy for the menacing Kori, inadvertently turning him into possibly the Final Victim of this horror love story as its title suggests!! Guess we’ll find out soon enough and its always a boon to see women being the centerpiece of the film. It’s from the talented mind of Soap star Kimberly McCullough (General Hospital) turned director and kudos to her for roping in the stellar cast of her soap co-star Lexi Ainsworth, Danielle Harris and potential star STEPHANIE SANDITZ.
I’ve read that one of her mentors whose prominent stable of pupils have included Jon Hamm (“Mad Men”), Sarah Clarke(“24″) and Ellie Kemper (“The Office”) raves about STEPHANIE as being one of the best he’s seen in his 24 years of teaching. From being an enchanting leading lady in a host of indie flicks to having completed the screenplay for the first of possibly 6 features for Greenestreet Films entitled The Mediator based on Meg Cabot’s book series of the same name, she’s making quite a name for herself. Having started the production company Broken Pictures, she’s also in the midst of bringing the dramedy “Creve Coeur, MO”, her opus on romance and life in Middle America to the big screen. It’s evident everything she does as an actress/screenwriter stems from the heart and with her innate multiple talents, she’s quickly on her way to becoming an all round entertainer with a compelling authenticity.
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