Elina Madison, Stars in Feature Film “Creep Creepersin’s Dracula”

Elina Madison (former Elite Model) recently starred in the remake of the 1932 classic White Zombie which originally starred Bela Lugosi and Madge Bellamy. Though she is known for her role as devoted wife Susan Montemayor in the Discovery Channel series “Blood Relatives,” Elina is probably best known for her concentration of work in the thriller, suspense, dark comedy and horror film genres.

Critics and film experts say her acting chops keep her working in across the genres. Other roles include the desperate mother and abused wife Lorelei in Huff (with Charlie O’Connell, due 2013), an edgy, flirtatious, leader-of-the-pack Cave Girl in Halloween Party a twisted comedy, the lead Alana Wilson, a caring mother and housewife in Ramone Menon’s psychological thriller The Black Tape, and Francine, the beautiful and loyal wife of Dracula in Creep Creepersin’s Dracula.

Now on DVD is the highly acclaimed film Barracuda, where Elina stars opposite Christine Oldham as the well-to-do socialite “Lisa.” She’s been the devoted single mother (opposite Oscar nominee John Hawkes) in Small Town Saturday Night, Solda in Ray Bradbury’s Chrysalis, and had principle roles in Creepshow III, Mystery ER, 1000 Ways To Die, Killer Outbreaks and many more.  Madison has been privileged to work with cinematic greats, particularly in the horror, drama and syfy genres:  Vernon Wells (Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior) as well as Tony Todd (Strange Case) among many others.

Film & television projects aside, Ms. Madison is an extremely busy lady. She recently produced and cameo’d in an anti-bullying music video “Can’t Change Me” (the video was in top 10 on YouTube for DonationTunes.org), and she’s been attached to a promotion for Alicia Key’s educational app “The Journals of Mama Mae and Lee Lee.”

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One Response to “Elina Madison, Stars in Feature Film “Creep Creepersin’s Dracula””

  1. Thanks for sharing Elina’s story! Great article!

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