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Terror Fi Radio-Devanny Pinn/Erin Marie Hogan

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Join The Paranormal Outlaw, Melissa Duck,Misty Conner & Ashley Conner for night of fun! Our guest tonight is scream queen horror actress Devanny Pinn and Erin Marie Hogan. Devanny Pinn is an actress hailing from Southern California who is best known for her work in independent horror cinema. A performer since the age of 3, Devanny grew up in New Jersey starring in musical and ballet productions. At age 12, she performed with the Moscow Ballet . She attended college on an Opera scholarship and soon landed her first lead role in the horror film “The Lonely Ones" Devanny has since appeared on television programs such as Dexter, Vegas and SyFy’s Monster Man. She was a finalist on VH1 reality shows Rock of Love and Scream Queens and has starred in music videos .The actress has been dubbed a “Scream Queen” and has appeared in over 30 horror films,  Recent hits such as “Truth or Dare” and “The Black Dahlia Haunting” continue to showcase her passion for the horror genre and have managed to win her accolades for her performances as well. Next up is the Charles Manson biopic “House of Manson” in which Devanny costars as notorious murderess Susan Atkins in what may be her most challenging role yet. Having recently begun work behind the camera as an independent producer, she has brought a sharp eye to productions, tackling both real world and fantastical subject matter. Erin has appeared in several feature films, including Paranormal Entity and 6 Guns and in numerous short films including,"Red Ink" and "Mistaken Love Stories, Part II." She produced and directed the short film "Stiletto Kitten."She also appeared in numerous stage productions, portraying "Maria" in the "Sound of Music" and "Rose Smith" in "Meet Me in St. Louis" among others.