Actress Drea King
‘Tis the season for a good scare and nothing offers that up quite like a true-crime TV tale. Until now, these shows have delivered reenactments of serial murderers committing hardcore crimes.
Emmy-nominated exec producer Kim Bondi and director Fab Filippo unleash the new series “Bizarre Murders,”
which focuses on Fargo-like capers with shocking twists and unusual characters.
Actress Drea King
stars as Detective Kerns in the what-were-they-thinking episode All Brawn, No Brains
. Kerns is tasked with piecing back together the scattered clues after a gang botches not just one, but many kidnappings and murder attempts.
“Everyone on set was very professional and lovely to work with,” Drea shares. “I especially loved watching the chemistry and talent of the other actors on set - it brings a little smile across my face just thinking about it.”
This new series isn’t the first reenactment project that Drea has appeared on. The international actress also confronted the spirit world in Destination America’s "Paranormal Survivor." She has become a regular on the festival circuit with roles in the Bare Bones Festival ‘Best Foreign Picture’ winner "A New Design"; and the film/web series "Almost A Turkish Soap Opera" which earned awards at LA Web Series Fest, The Indie Fest and YouTube Channel’s ‘Gold Medal of Honor’. She has graced screens at the Marche de Cannes, Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner, Sarasota Florida, Bahamas International, Sacramento California, and Victoria BC Film Festivals.
Drea produced the short film "Shadows," directed سے طرف کی Cristina Escoda; and co-wrote and starred in "Intergenerational Relationship Retreat", a webseries following three adults looking for a relationship quick-fix.
Drea trained in Meisner method at The Actor’s Temple in the UK, Shakespeare at the London Academy of Dramatic Arts and then on-camera technique with Andrew McIlroy, The Actors Foundry and at Margie Haber Studios in Los Angeles. She also studied ballet with Judith Coleman of the Royal Academy of Dance.
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"Bizarre Murders" premieres on the Sony Crime Channel in the UK on October 16 & 17, 2018. For schedule and details link