Published: November 13, 2007
Krampus, the Movie Announces Full Cast
Casting is complete for feature-length horror film, Krampus. In addition to the already extremely talented group of actors on cast, Producers announced this week that the casting is now complete.
The newest additions to the line-up include:
Barbara Nedeljakova of Hostel, Doom, and Shanghai Knights. Barbara took the world by storm as Hostel's evil Natalya. She will star in Krampus as heroine, Maddie Watkins.
Jonathan Breck of Jeepers Creepers I & II. Jonathan brought "The Creeper" to life in these films as the fear-sniffing, flesh-eating demon. Breck will star in the lead male role of Charles Watkins.
Hunter and Ashley Gomez, real-life brother and sister will carry their relationship over to the screen where they have been cast as siblings, Shaun and Jessica Watkins.
Both Gomez children have been gaining popularity in Hollywood in roles from National Treasure, Family Guy, Redemption, Ned's Declassified and the Suite Life of Zack and Cody.
Camden Toy of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, and All Soul's Day. Toy's flexible acting style allows him to bring to life characters such as Buffy's UberVamp, Gnarl, and the Gentlemen. Toy rises to the challenge again as the hellish, Krampus.
Eileen Dietz from The Exorcist, Planet of the Apes, Helter Skelter, and Happy Days. Dietz frightened the world as the face of demon Pazuzu in The Exorcist. She returns to dominate the screen in Krampus as Frau Mueller.
Charles Cyphers of Halloween, Major League, Assault on Precinct 13, and Escape from LA. Veteran actor Cyphers lends his wisdom and expertise to the cast as Herr Mueller.
Also cast are Joe Barbarisi, Chuck "Dead Body Guy" Lamb, Krisondra Daigneault, Elizabeth Henry, Judyth Piazza, Hillary Joines, Dion Ortega, Jr., Micheal Placencia, Eliezer Castro, and Lee Vervoort.
KRAMPUS will be filming Spring 2008 in Texas. The budget is $9 million USD.
For more information, please visit www.krampusthemovie.com or email email@example.com
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