Eps 12 – Athena Baumeister – Little Reaper – Seventy Nine
With two feature movies, multiple short films and commercials already behind her, young actress Athena Baumeister is on the path to achieving her goals, dreams and passions. A triple threat, in addition to acting, she writes, directs and sings. In a business where learning to deal with rejection is a big part of getting started, Athena is sharing how she handled the trials and triumphs of getting into the business at a very young age, landing leads early with talent, personality and intelligence.
Welcome to another episode of The Future of Horror, an interview podcast featuring new, upcoming talent in horror, The show is a sibling podcast to Horror News Radio, the official HorrorNews.Net podcast. With each episode, the showâ€™s host, Doc Rotten, spotlights a director, an actor, a screenwriter, an effects artists, a film maker conquering hurdles and barriers to get their films made, to follow their passion, to make horror films.
Actress Athena Baumeister is the kind of talent that catches the audience’s attention immediately, directing her first short films at the age of 12 and landing leads in shorts and films by the time she graduates high school in films suchs as Little Reaper, Monster & Me and Seventy-Nine. A fan of Quentin Tarantino, Tim Burton and Alfred Hitchcock, Athena reveals her influences and future projects, even hinting that she is attracted to roles in upcoming horror films including the remake of The Birds. A multi-talented and incredibly smart young actress – graduating early from high school preparing for both a life in college and a career in film, Athena is well on her way to becoming a successful and resourceful talent in film.
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