Scream Queen Profile: Tiffany Shepis

Tiffany Shepis Tiffany Shepis (born September 11, 1979) is an American actress from New York City, who has been involved in film-making since the age of 12. She is popularly known as a “scream queen” in several horror films.

Shepis got her start in Troma Entertainment’s Tromeo and Juliet and has since appeared in many low-budget horror-oriented B movies. She starred as “Diana” in Adam Gierasch’s remake Night of the Demons and stars in the psychological thriller The Violent Kind, which received its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, in the horror sidebar Park City At Midnight. Shepis co-stars Porn-Star Belladonna in the Psycho thriller Stripped.

In 2004, Shepis appeared in the independent comedy The Deviants as “Marina the Nudist.” Recent films include New Terminal Hotel, Dorm of the Dead, Bonnie and Clyde vs Dracula, Basement Jack, Nightmare Man, Chainsaw Cheerleaders, and The Violent Kind.

Interviewed in magazines such as Femme Fatales and Sirens of Cinema, Shepis has said she “loves blood and gore” in movies, but detests real violence.

Shepis has appeared in video clips from artists such as Lil’ Zane, Wu-Tang Clan, The Offspring and Run-D.M.C. She appeared in Destiny’s Child’s video clip for “Nasty Girl”, which was never released.

Nintendo filmed Shepis for a commercial for the game Conker’s Bad Fur Day. However, her commercial was allegedly pulled for being too vulgar.

Shepis has two chihuahuas, named Vlad the Impaler and Boris Karloff.

She was formerly engaged to actor Corey Haim in October 2008; the engagement was called off in early 2009.

Married director Sean Tretta (Death Of A Ghost Hunter, The Prometheus Project, Great American Snuff Film)in June 2010.

Tiffany Shepis Promo Pic

Tiffany Shepis Wow

Photo Shoot with Actress/Horror Icon Tiffany Shepis

Tiffany Shepis with Crossbow

 

 

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  • JJ

    2 things:
    1) What tense is this article written? You say things like “She will be seen as “Diana” in Adam Gierasch’s remake Night of the Demons, due for theatrical release on September 23, 2010”, but it is almost May.
    2) Her agent needs to photoshop the zits off of her butt:(

    Love the blog though!