Friday Girl Celia Cyanide

Celia earned her English degree from the College of St. Catherine. Shortly after graduation, she won the Best Breakthrough Screenplay award at the New York International Independent Film And Video Festival for her first feature-length script. Her interest in film led her to take acting classes and audition for films in the Twin Cities area. In the past few years, Celia has acted in numerous independent shorts, features, music videos and television shows and recently moved to Los Angeles to expand her career. She wrote, directed, and starred in Why Am I in a Box? which has already won seven Creative Spirit Awards and has distribution. Together with Brooke Lemke, Celia runs Silent-But-Deadly Productions, an all-female production company.

As an actress, she first appeared as Amy in St Euphoria Pictures' The Monster of Phantom Lake. She has since become a well-known Scream Queen and acted in numerous, independent feature films, such as Terror Overload, Strip Club Slasher and Cave Women on Mars. She played a creepy ghost in Dav Kaufman's 13 Hours in a Warehouse and she played the lead role in JP Wenner's Retina, featured on The Horror Vault DVD. Rachel portrays Jolly in the web comic A Life Behind the Mask from Comic Book Divas.

Celia has been an in-studio guest on Maxim Radio's "Hotties Of Horror" week and writes a regular Scream Queen column for The Chainsaw Mafia. Celia was featured as Scream Queen Of The Month at ScreamQueen.com and was crowned PollyStaffle.com's Pinup Of The Year. She has been a panel speaker at the Xanadu convention in Las Vegas and been featured in several magazines, including Gorezone and Girls and Corpses. Celia has her own trading cards, available from TerrorCards.com.











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