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Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Jill Valentine’s Actress From The Original ‘Resident Evil’ Opening Movie Has Been Found

Ah, the infamous opening movie to the original Resident Evil. Who doesn’t love the cheese? Well, maybe not everyone. That’s beside the point. It turns out that for the longest time, many of the actors in the opening film went unfound. They weren’t dead or anything, mind you. They just weren’t known.

That is, until fans on raccoonstars.blogspot.com started playing detective.

First, some background: The live action actors for the opening film were only credited by their first name, and were apparently never told what exactly they were shooting. As a result, there’s been an effort over the years trying to track them down. The latest find is Jill Valentine’s actress, known as Inezh.

The work was done by Twitter user @Talonide to find her for an interview, with the help of fellow RE fans on Twitter, @predatorfanboy and @residentevildb. Predatorfanboy also found Rebecca Chambers’ actress, Linda X.

Other actors identified in the movie were for Chris Redfield (Charlie Kraslavsky), Barry Burton (Greg Smith) and Albert Wesker (Eric Pirius), with the unlucky Jason Frost still having his actor go unidentified (so far).

Of course, the site didn’t just identify them. They also did quick interviews with the actors to get their reaction to being found, what it was like to work on the film, and so on. You can check those interviews out on the fansite. We’ll be waiting on Inezh’s interview with baited breath.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/video-games/3625372/jill-valentines-actress-original-resident-evil-opening-movie-found/

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