Stunningly gorgeous and charismatic husky-voiced brunette knockout Jewel Shepard was born in Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York. Upon first arriving in California in the early 80s, the 5'7" brown-eyed and brown-haired beauty supported herself by working as a stripper at various Los Angeles clubs and subsequently got a job modeling for car shoots. Jewel began her acting career with minor parts in the enjoyably lowbrow pictures Kung Fu Cannibals (1982), Zapped! (1982), The Junkman (1982) and My Tutor (1983). Shepard gave an excellent and spirited performance as the sassy and sarcastic "Casey" in the fantastic horror zombie comedy treat The Return of the Living Dead (1985). She was likewise quite funny and appealing as the endearingly vacuous "Crystal Landers" in both Hollywood Hot Tubs (1984) and Hollywood Hot Tubs 2: Educating Crystal (1990). Other memorable roles are luscious wealthy playgirl "Christina" in the steamy late night cable-TV soft-core favorite Christina (1984) (aka "Christina"), the sexy "Dyanne Stein" in the amusing Party Camp (1987), ditsy prostitute "Wanda" in Roots of Evil (1992) and feisty prison inmate "Amanda" in the sleazy babes-behind-bars opus Caged Heat II: Stripped of Freedom (1994). More recently, Jewel popped up in a small part as a hooker in the terrific independent movie The Cooler (2003). Outside of acting, Shepard has had a very successful career as a writer. Jewel has penned articles for such publications as "Details", "Premiere" and "Cosmopolitan". She has also contributed special features to the Associated Press. Jewel Shepard authored the B-flick queen interview chronicle "Invasion of the B-Girls" -- 19 exploitation film actresses from both the past and present alike are interviewed in this book -- and the often hilarious tell-all autobiography "If I'm So Famous, How Come Nobody's Ever Heard of Me?".
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R.A. Mihailoff is best known for his role as the title character in Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre II". While R.A.'s resume list's numerous mainstream credits in movies, television and commercials; as a life-long 'fan of fright', he is most proud of his genre work and was especially gratified that his contributions to the industry were formally recognized when he was made an honorary inductee into the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films.
Mihailoff's career in 'cinema fantastique' began with a role in the original PBS made-for-tv movie, The Lathe Of Heaven. Since then he has portrayed a diverse range of 'monsters, mutants and madmen', from a villainous T-Rex to a futuristic cyborg. His stage work even includes a live version of the "Twilight Zone" episode, "A Game Of Pool". R.A. recently starred in John Schneider's highly anticipated horror/comedy, Smothered and he just finished co-starring as the host of a paranormal investigation show in the new horror film, "The Taker". In a case of art imitating life, R.A. is a founding member of an actual group, The Hollywood Ghost Hunters.
R.A. Mihailoff is a frequent guest at Haunted Attractions & Conventions around the country and is a fan favorite.
Delious was born on December 21, 1970 in Manhattan, New York, USA as Delious Timothy Kennedy. He is an actor and producer, known for Destroyed (2010), The Moment After II: The Awakening (2006) and The Hunchback of Notre Dame Festival of Fun Musical Spectacular (1996). He is one of the lead singers for the Grammy award-winning r&b group All-4-One. (From IMDb)
Ben Kaplan was born on December 23, 1987 in West Hartford, Connecticut, USA as Benjamin John Kaplan. He is an actor and producer, known for Joey's Poison (2013) and David Andersson: The Man with a Tail (2011). Kaplan is in two up-and-coming feature films (Wingman Inc. and ADDicted), and has starred in a long list of short films. Kaplan has a successful history of making short films with the producers of Slasher.com (Bagged and Sara). (From IMDb)
The beautiful Morgan Carter was born Feb 26, 1992 in Orlando, Fl. She is a model and television commercial actor. Slasher.com is her first feature film role.