Deborah Smith Ford Becomes Jadis, Queen of Narnia

Fort Myers, FL (rushprnews) September 27, 2006 – Fresh from her success at the Sunburst Convention on September 24th where Deborah Smith Ford received a 2006 CLONEY AWARD for famous celeb lookalikes, Deborah in full-glory made her first grand appearance as her latest incarnation, Jadis, Queen of Narnia.

Meet with Deborah Smith Ford for a photo opportunity and be the first ones to record this stunning impersonation.

The costume chosen for this event was that of the Witch in her first scene of The Chronicles of Narnia, a film directed by Andrew Adamson and released in 2005. The character of the White Icy Witch, Jadis, Queen of Narnia was interpreted in the film by Tilda Swinton.

Deborah Smith Ford, as Jadis, Queen of Narni
Deborah Smith Ford, as Jadis, Queen of Narnia

The lookalike costume is composed of a full length ice blue dress and layered, to the floor, with white fur, topped by icicles protruding from her blonde hair setting off her snow white complexion. Most of the costume was assembled by Deborah. The full effect, when Deborah is in wardrobe as Jadis, is uncanny and will surely win her other awards and attract attention from members in the industry. Pictures of the event and of the costume are available.

Deborah Smith Ford’s upcoming projects consist of:

  • Beowulf: Prince of the Geats (approximate release date March 2007).
  • Vortex the Revelation (production, June 2007)
  • Drakan, A Hero’s Journey (production, June 2008)
  • Killing Mr. Watson (tentative production, fall 2006)
  • Vooshaday (production, fall 2006)

Previously, she was the recipient of numerous other Awards:

World Tribute Artists Celebrity Impersonator’s Rising Star Award for Matrix’s “Trinity” in Ft. Erie, Canada

Florida Motion Picture & Television Assoc.’s Crystal Reel Awards:

  • Crystal – Female Print Model
  • Two Bronze & two Silver – Script Supervisor

Deborah Smith Ford, an actor and impersonator whose energy knows no end, is also recognized as a farmer in Citrical’s national TV and radio spots in the campaign against osteoporosis. How fitting for someone who lives her life to the fullest. Moreover, you can be sure that you will be seeing more of her in years to come. For further information about Deborah Smith Ford and/or to set up an interview and a photo opportunity, please contact Anne Howard by writing or phone at: 310-295-9578, [email protected]

Deborah Smith Ford

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