New York City, United States
Tiffany Shepis is an American actress from New York City, who has been involved in film-making since the age of 16. She is popularly known as a "scream queen", having acted in several horror films.
Shepis got her start playing the part of Peter in James Gunn's first film Tromeo and Juliet .Shepis continued working in the genre she loved most, horror. Making several horror films a year, Shepis quickly became a fan favorite within the horror community in films such as Scarecrow , Syfy's Abominable the Sundance horror flick The Violent Kind and cult classic Beg . Shepis most recently was part of the record breaking Sharknado 2 , the horror comedy The Night Watchmen, the anthology Tales of Halloween and also provided voice work for the Adult Swim TV show Robot Chicken .
Shepis married writer/director Sean Tretta in 2010. They have two children and currently reside in California.
|1996||Tromeo and Juliet||Peter|
|1999||Terror Firmer||Beautiful Headcrushing Witness|
|2000||Emmanuelle 2000: Emmanuelle's Intimate Encounters||Biker Chick / Janice||(2 episodes)|
|2000||Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV||Beautiful Interpretative Dancer|
|2000||Everything for a Reason||Joanne|
|2002||Ted Bundy||Tina Gabler|
|2002||Embrace the Darkness 3||Anna||Video|
|2002||Smoke Pot Till You Fucking Die||Maya||Video|
|2003||Bloody Murder 2: Closing Camp||Angela||Video|
|2003||Delta Delta Die!||Patrice||Video|
|2003||The Ghouls||Ghoul Victim||Video|
|2005||The Basement||Stephanie "Steph"|
|2006||Dorm of the Dead||Amy||Video|
|2006||Hoodoo for Voodoo||Ayida|
|2006||Revenge Live||Mrs. Repka|
|2007||Pretty Cool Too||Tracy|
|2008||Rule of 3||Dana|
|2008||Dark Reel||Cassie Blue|
|2008||Zombies! Zombies! Zombies!||Tiffany||Video|
|2008||Bryan Loves You||Cindy|
|2008||Bonnie & Clyde vs. Dracula||Bonnie|
|2009||Night of the Demons||Diana|
|2009||The Queen of Screams||Naomi Stewart|
|2009||Happy in the Valley||Courtney|
|2010||The Violent Kind||Michelle|
|2010||Do Not Disturb||Ava Collins|
|2010||Godkiller: Walk Among Us||Angelfuck (voice)|
|2010||The Prometheus Project||Elizabeth|
|2011||Insignificant Celluloid||Tiffany Shepis|
|2011||Psycho Street||Leyla Barker||Segment: "Come on Down"|
|2011||Dirty Little Trick||Kelly|
|2011||Bleed 4 Me||Lady Black|
|2011||Outtake Reel||Sarah Donovan|
|2011||Monsterpiece Theatre Volume 1||Jordan||Segment: "Moonlighting"|
|2012||The Frankenstein Brothers||Jane|
|2012||Season of Darkness||Hope|
|2013||Wrath of the Crows||"Princess"|
|2013||Exit to Hell||Jenna|
|2014||Attack of the Morningside Monster||Klara Austin|
|2014||The Ark of the Witch||Sheri|
|2014||The Pick-Axe Murders Part III: The Final Chapter||Adrienne|
|2015||Chasing Yesterday||Miss Mackey|
|2015||Caesar and Otto's Paranormal Halloween||Jamie Tremain|
|2015||Tales of Halloween||Maria||Segment: "Trick"|
|2016||She Wolf Rising||Gina Skylar|
|2016||Model Hunger||Debbie Lombardo|
|2017||The Night Watchmen||Stacy|
|2017||The Black Room||Monica|
|2017||Psychotronic Fiction The Movie||Jennifer|
|2018||Strange Nature||Tina Stevens|
|2018||Texas Cotton||Alexa Boozer|
|2019||Intrusion: Disconnected||Laura Braden|
|20??||Don't Let Them In||Rae||Segment: "Campfire Tales", pre-production|
|20??||Dawn of 5 Evils||TBA||Pre-production|
|1997||The Tromaville Cafe||Bulimia / Dementia||TV series|
|2000–2001||Troma's Edge TV||Bulimia||TV series|
|2008||The Last Doorway Show with Miss Misery||Tiffany Shepis||Episode: "Fangoria LA: Part Two"|
|2008||James Gunn's PG Porn||Sally||Episodes: "Peanus", "A Very Peanus Christmas"|
|2014||Sharknado 2: The Second One||Chrissie||TV film|
|2016||12 Monkeys||Sergeant Stavros||Episode: "Lullaby"|
|2023||Star Trek:Picard||Commander Ohk||Season 3 Episodes: "Disengage", "Seventeen Seconds", "No Win Scenario", "Imposters", "The Last Generation"|
Neve Adrianne Campbell is a Canadian actress. She is known for her work in the drama and horror genres.
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