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Brinke Stevens (born Charlene Elizabeth Brinkman; September 20, 1954) is an American actress, model and writer.
Stevens in February 2005
Charlene Elizabeth Brinkman
September 20, 1954
San Diego, California, U.S.
(m. 1980; div. 1981)
Stevens has studied several foreign languages, including Esperanto, and gained a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Psychology from San Diego State University and a Master of Science in Marine Biology from Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, California. Initially intending to study dolphin communication, she was instead tossed out of Scripps for doing "forbidden research" on dolphin communication, largely to do with the Navy's use of dolphins in undersea weapons research at the time.
In 1974, Stevens attended San Diego Comic Con and won first place in the first Masquerade Ball. She was part of running the masquerade at Comic Con for years after her win. Photographer Dan Golden saw a photograph of Stevens in the costume and then hired her for a non-speaking role in the student film Zyzak Is King (1980), and later photographed her for the cover of the first issue of Femme Fatales (1992).
In 1980, Stevens married her college sweetheart Dave Stevens. They moved to Los Angeles where he worked as a storyboard artist on Raiders of the Lost Ark. The marriage ended in divorce after six months.
While going to a modeling assignment, Stevens was discovered by a producer who cast her in a film as an extra. While leaving a modeling agency, she stopped by an office door to look at film posters on the walls. The occupant, Jacob Bressler, told her to enter and asked for her portfolio. On the basis of that, he cast her in an uncredited, non-speaking role in ...All the Marbles (1981). Stevens' first speaking role was as Linda in The Slumber Party Massacre (1982).
In addition to acting, Stevens has co-written a number of screenplays, co-produced two documentaries, and served as an onset decorator.
Stevens portrayed Julie Quinn, mother of serial killer Wayne Montgomery, in the 2007 horror film Head Case. She reprised her role in the three sequels, 2009's The Ritual, 2010's Post-Mortem, and 2013's Head Cases: Serial Killers in the Delaware Valley.
Brinke Stevens is depicted in the horror novel Bad Moon Rising, the third installment of Jonathan Maberry's "Pine Deep" trilogy, alongside Jim O'Rear, Tom Savini, and Debbie Rochon, published in 2008.
|1981||...All the Marbles||Extra||Uncredited|
|1982||The Slumber Party Massacre||Linda|
|1983||The Man Who Wasn't There||Nymphette|
|1984||Body Double||Girl #3 in Bathroom|
|1984||The Forgotten Ones||Mistress|
|1985||24 Hours to Midnight||Devon Grady||Voice|
|1987||Slave Girls from Beyond Infinity||Shala|
|1988||Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama||Taffy|
|1989||The Jigsaw Murders||Stripper #1|
|1989||Transylvania Twist||Berry Lou|
|1990||Bad Girls from Mars||Myra|
|1991||My Lovely Monster||Party Guest|
|1991||Shadows in the City||Fortune Teller|
|1991||Scream Queen Hot Tub Party||Herself||Video|
|1992||Roots of Evil||Candy|
|1993||Acting on Impulse||Waitress||TV movie|
|1996||Masseuse||Hotel Manager||as C.B. Stevens|
|1996||Over the Wire||Jenny||as C.B. Stevens|
|1996||Theater Dark Video Magazine||Host||TV movie|
|1997||Mommy 2: Mommy's Day||Beth Conway|
|1998||Illicit Dreams 2||Dianne|
|2000||Blood on the Backlot||Sabrina Morgan||Short|
|2001||Eyes Are Upon You||Amanda|
|2001||Real Time: Siege at Lucas Street Market||Janet|
|2002||The Frightening||Mrs. Peterson|
|2002||The Bad Father||Shady||Short|
|2004||Something to Scream About||Herself|
|2004||Dead Clowns||Lilian - The Storyteller|
|2006||Speedbag||Grade School Teacher|
|2006||Revenge Live||Mrs. Norris|
|2007||The Two Sisters||Professor Renee Davis|
|2007||Sigma Die!||Mrs. Angleman|
|2008||Her Morbid Desires||Brinke|
|2008||October Moon 2: November Son||Nancy|
|2008||Bryan Loves You||Nurse|
|2009||Blood Siblings||Aunt Molly|
|2009||Demon Divas and the Lanes of Damnation||Morgan/Morrigan|
|2009||Caesar and Otto's Summer Camp Massacre||Sashi|
|2009||It Came From Trafalgar||Descenda Lou|
|2011||Screaming in High Heels: The Rise & Fall of the Scream Queen Era||Herself (documentary)|
|2011||Shy of Normal: Tales of New Life Experiences||Vinnie Judith Rosenberg|
|2011||The Greatest Women of Horror and Sci Fi||Herself||Documentary|
|2011||Bleed 4 Me||Lady Jasmine|
|2011||Bloody Mary 3D||Elle's Mother||Voice|
|2011||JustUs||Sheryl Black||Voice, Short|
|2012||The Summer Of Massacre||Mrs. Williams|
|2012||No Strings 2: Playtime in Hell||Midnites Sister|
|2012||Caesar and Otto's Deadly Christmas||Sashi|
|2013||Axeman at Cutter's Creek||Sheriff Charlene Wopuzer|
|2013||The Trouble with Barry||Brinke|
|2013||Die Sister, Die!||Amanda Price|
|2013||Head Cases: Serial Killers in the Delaware Valley||Julie Quinn|
|2013||Lizzie Borden's Revenge||Abby Borden|
|2014||Safe Inside (film)||Betsy Kane|
|2014||3 Scream Queens||Ellen|
|2015||Terror Toons 3||Pandora||Post-production|
|2015||Caesar and Otto's Paranormal Halloween||Sashi||Post-production|
|2015||Adam K||Mrs. Kraul||Post-production|
|2015||Night of Something Strange||Teacher||Post-production|
|2015||Ripped to Shreds||House Mother||Post-production|
|2017||Death House||Head Staffer|
- Collum, Jason Paul (2004). "The Girls of The Slumber Party Massacre". Assault of the Killer B's. McFarland. pp. 22–37. ISBN 9780786480418.
- Priol, David (2005). "Brinke Stevens: Only the Beautiful Scream". David Priol Autograph Collecting. Retrieved March 12, 2008.
- Shepard, Jewel (March 1992). "Brinke Stevens". Invasion of the B-Girls. Forestville, California: Eclipse Books. p. 136.
- James, Gary. "Brinke Stevens Interview". FamousInterview.com. Retrieved March 12, 2008.
- Vasseur, Richard; Stevens, Brinke (March 11, 2012). "Brinke Stevens Interview". Jazma. Archived from the original on April 7, 2017. Retrieved April 20, 2017.
- Bozung, Justin; Stevens, Brinke (April 28, 2012). "The Brinke Stevens Interview". The Gentleman's Blog to Midnight Cinema. Retrieved April 20, 2017.
- "Vampirella Revealed". boomvavavoom.com. Retrieved April 20, 2017.
- "'Scream queen' Stevens highlights upcoming horror convention", Tribune-Review, Pittsburgh, March 1, 2017.
- BC Books Interviews Author Jonathan Maberry Archived November 23, 2011, at the Wayback Machine
- Maberry, Jonathan. Bad Moon Rising. Pinnacle Press, 2005.
- Horror Chronicles Features Debbie Rochon Archived February 21, 2014, at the Wayback Machine
- MTV Artist Focus On Tom Savini
- Horror Unlimited Ingrid Pitt Award – Debbie Rochon