An exciting and talented young actress, STEFANIE GEILS (Rose) first gained attention with her performance as Suzy in the anthology horror film All Hallows’ Eve. As Rose, Geils makes her debut in a leading role in Rotkäppchen: The Blood of Red Riding Hood.
Starring in no fewer than five films in 2009, Playboy model and actress Angelinaq Leigh is in high demand. Leigh brings her considerable talents to Rotkäppchen: The Blood of Red Riding Hood for the role of television news anchor Erin Erickson.
With roles in such hit films as “Fear of Clowns 2″, Chris O’Brocki is an actor who relishes challenges. So it is no surprise that this versatile actor jumped at the chance to play David, Summer’s clumsy but lovable brother.
Nicole Leigh Vuono
Portraying the sexy but devious Bridgette is actress Nicole Leigh Vuono. With her striking screen presence, Nicole Leigh Vuono is, without a doubt, someone to watch.
As Bridgette’s boyfriend Nick, Phil Gibson provides the right amount of charm and mystery. An actor and model, Gibson continues to seek out roles that defy stereotypes and thrill audiences.
A veteran of nearly a dozen films, Sativa Verte portrays the lovable and sexy hippy Summer. With such credits as Carlito’s Way: Rise to Power, Sativa Verte continues to be an actress in demand.
Harry Sparks is an award-winning writer, director, and editor. After directing several short films, He made his feature film debut with the anthology horror hit “All Hallows’ Eve” in 2007.
After serving as Co-producer and Make-up artist on “All Hallows’ Eve”, Angelika Sparks returns to work on “Rotkäppchen: the Blood of Red Riding Hood” in the same capacity. In addition to her producing and make-up duties, Angelika also played the role of Rose’s mother in the film.
Composer Matthew Stanley began his collaboration with director Harry Sparks on the 2006 short film, You Don’t Know Jack”. Stanley brings his unique musical style to their fourth collaboration,”Rotkäppchen: The Blood of Red Riding Hood”.
The assistant director is a key part of a film set, and “Rotkäppchen: The Blood of red Riding Hood” was no different. Working closely with the director and producer was assistant director Kayleen Kesterson, who was an invaluable asset throughout principal photography.
Special Effects Supervisor Jason Chapman is quickly making a name for himself. Having worked on a nearly a dozen of special effects films, Chapman’s skill was invaluable in bringing to life the complex effects required for “Rotkäppchen: The Blood of Red Riding Hood”.