Horror SCREAM QUEENS Panel – Wizard World Virtual Experiences 2020


Horror scream queens Danielle Harris (Halloween, See No Evil 2), Cerina Vincent (Cabin Fever), Tiffany Shepis (Victor Crowley) and Felissa Rose (Sleepaway Camp) gave a virtual panel through Wizard World Virtual Experiences 2020 to talk about these amazing horror movies, their careers and answer fan questions. And a special guest appearance by Kane Hodder.

Danielle Harris is well known for her roles as Jamie in Halloween 4 & 5, Annie Brackett in Halloween II, Marybeth in Hatchet II & III and Amy in See No Evil 2. She has also appeared in Urban Legend, Charmed, Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood, Bones, ER, Fear Clinic and provided voicing acting for Father of the Pride, The Wild Thornberrys, Rugrats Go Wild and Robot Chicken.

Cerina Vincent portrayed Marcy in Cabin Fever, but has also had roles in Power Rangers Lost Galaxy, Not Another Teen Movie, Stuck in the Middle, TMI Hollywood, Zombie Family, Workaholics, Son of the Beach and Ally McBeal.

Tiffany Shepis played Casey in Victor Crowley and Stacy in The Night Watchmen, plus has appeared in 12 Monkeys, Tales of Halloween, Chasing Yesterday, Attack of the Morningside Monster, Bleed 4 Me, and Zombies! Zombies! Zombies! to name a few.

Felissa Rose was Angela in Sleepaway Camp and Lilith in… Lilith. Other roles in appearances in The Step Daddy, Scream Test, The Demented, Strange Events, Extremity, Clawed, Death House, Jurassic City and Breath of Hate… and many more.

Moderated by Mike Gregorek.

If you would like to find out more about Wizard World Virtual Experiences 2020 and the autographs, one-on-one video chats and recorded messages available for purchase, visit http://wizardworldvirtual.com.

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