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Brinke Stevens

Brinke Stevens (b. September 20, 1954) is an American scream queen actress, model and writer. Born Charlene Elizabeth Brinkman in San Diego, California, Stevens has studied seven foreign languages, including Esperanto, and gained a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Psychology from San Diego State University graduating with Highest Honors and a Masters of Science in Oceanography from Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, California. Initially intending to study dolphin language, Stevens was discovered by accident while going to a modeling assignment by a producer, who cast her as an extra. As of 2006, Stevens has appeared in over 100 movies, primarily in low budget horror, sci-fi and fantasy film genre. From her long list of acting credits she has gained notoriety as a scream queen, to the extent that she was once the subject of a Jeopardy answer, "Brinke Stevens is known by this semi-rhyming title." (Question: What is a Scream Queen?). In addition to acting Stevens has co-written a number of screenplays, co-produced two documentaries, and served as an onset decorator. In one of her scripts, "Dr. Horror's Erotic House of Idiots", Stevens pokes fun at the B-Movie industry and spoofs some of her own films. Brinke will soon be appearing as herself (along with Jim O'Rear, Ken Foree, Tom Savini, Debbie Rochon, and James Gunn (filmmaker)) in the new fictional horror novel, Bad Moon Rising, the third installment of Jonathan Mayberry’s Ghost Road Blues trilogy. Stevens is an inactive member of Mensa.


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