Ellen Sandweiss A.K.A. Cheryl : Michigan native Ellen Sandweiss gained fame as one of the young cast members of The Evil Dead (1981). She first began her association with The Evil Dead (1981)’s director Sam Raimi and its star Bruce Campbell when she attended high school with them. Sandweiss appeared in some of Raimi’s early Super 8 films, including Within the Woods (1978), the short film that Raimi and company used to interest investors in the feature-length version of The Evil Dead (1981). Sandweiss went on to play Cheryl, the sister of Bruce Campbell’s Ash character, in the legendary horror flick. The Evil Dead (1981) was shot on a shoestring budget in Morristown, Tennessee, and it was a grueling production for all involved. After meeting Theresa and Betsy at the 20th anniversary of the Evil Dead, they decide to form The Ladies of the Evil Dead.
Theresa Tilly A.K.A. Shelly, was born on November 6, 1953 in Detroit, Michigan, USA as Theresa Mary Catherine Seyferth. She is an actress and producer, known for The Evil Dead (1981), Oz the Great and Powerful (2013) and Debutante (1998). After meeting Ellen and Betsy at the 20th anniversary of the Evil Dead, they decide to form The Ladies of the Evil Dead.
Betsy Baker A.K.A. Linda, was born in May of 1955 in Iowa. She had graduated with a combined degree in theater and classical voice from Michigan State University and embarked upon headline engagements throughout the south, including The Eden Roc in Miami Beach and other venues, with a group called Musicana. Betsy eventually found herself in Detroit, where she honed her craft in television, radio voice-overs, industrial films and films nationwide. After meeting Ellen and Theresa at the 20th anniversary of the Evil Dead, they decide to form The Ladies of the Evil Dead.
Hal Delrich, sometimes credited as Richard DeManincor, is an American film actor. He is perhaps best known for his appearance as Scotty in the horror film The Evil Dead (1981). Delrich (credited as Richard DeManincor) also appeared as Officer Garvey in the comedy film Crimewave (1985).
The Richard is a Canadian actor, model, performer and film producer. His live performances present elements of various styles : Horror, Fetish and Rock N Roll. His larger than life persona combined with a gritty sexual energy has attracted fans across Canada, the United States and Europe. The Richard is also an actor with a growing list of film credits to his name, including the feature films “Fetish Factory”, “Good Family Times”, “Psychophonia” ( the latter which he Co- produced with Jennifer Blanc of Blanc-Biehn Productions ) and “The Lincoln”.
Brett Kelly has had “an almost Roger Corman-esque career in Canada” (bloodsprayer. com) and has directed over 25 features, unprecedented for Canadian film makers. He has been called “Canada’s Duke of Doom” (Penny Blood Magazine) and “Canada’s Baron of Blood” (CBC- radio) for his horror films. Brett has directed the recently released “My Fair Zombie” , “Homicycle” and more.
Yvan Godbout was born in 1969. He is from the beautiful Montérégie region, specifically from Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu. He graduate in litterature and he’s an avid movie fan, he currently works in telecommunications. “Les yeux jaunes, tome 1: Premier jours”, “tome 2: Purgatoire”, and “tome 3: La faim” are his first novels to be published by “Les éditions ADA”. He also signed his book “Olivier” for the Cobaye series, a division of Éditions de Mortagne. Yvan is currently working on a top secret project that will be unveiled in spring-summer 2017. Meanwhile, he is working on a humorous and horrific vampire trilogy.
Patricia Chica : Born in El Salvador, raised in Montreal, Canada, with long stays in Toronto, Paris, New York and Los Angeles, Patricia Chica is a Canadian multiple award-winning director. She specializes in high-quality author driven films that have great international and commercial appeal. Patricia has also directed and produced world-class primetime broadcast content for networks such as National Geographic, Discovery Channel, Showcase, Oxygen, Animal Planet, Bravo! Canada, Canal D- La page officielle, ARTV,CBC/Radio-Canada and Travel Channel, UniMás, and El Rey Network just to name a few. She is perfectly fluent in English, French and Spanish and has build cult following and a loyal audience for herself internationally in those three markets.
Sv Bell, Quebec champion of the horror film in all its forms, a director who, rather than complain about lack of funds, takes action and offers each year an eccentric gem made with minimal means. His passion and resourcefulness more than make up for the low production costs and he always end up with something far more entertaining than many big-budget films. Bell doesn’t reinvent the wheel, but he knows the conventions of the horror film and applies them with a competence that is equaled by his love of the genre. He always inserts the right dose of twisted situations, supernatural and grotesque, giving the public what it wants without resorting to cliché’d exaggerations.