Maria Ford

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Maria Ford
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Occupation Film actress

Maria Ford is an American film and television actress, model and dancer. Known for her "scream queen" performances in low-budget films of the 1990s,[1][2][3] she is one of the main subjects of the 1998 documentary Some Nudity Required.[4][5][6]

Selected filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Film Role
1990 Naked Obsession Linne Hauser (Stripper)
1990 Slumber Party Massacre 3 Maria
1991 Ring of Fire Julie
1991 Deathstalker IV: Match of Titans Dionara
1992 Final Judgement Nicole
1993 The Unnamable II: The Statement of Randolph Carter Alyda Winthrop
Necronomicon: Book of Dead Clara
1994 Angel of Destruction Jo Alwood
Saturday Night Special Darlene
1995 The Wasp Woman Caitlin
Burial of the Rats Madeleine
Dillinger and Capone Business Woman
1996 Ring of Fire II Julie
Mind Games Ivory/Tess
The Black Rose of Harlem Alba
Night Hunter Tournier
The Glass Cage Dianne
1997 Dark Planet Helmsperson Salera, Alpha
Future Fear Anna Denniel
1998 Casper Meets Wendy Playmate
Addams Family Reunion Beautiful Lounger
The Chicago Story
2001 Perfect Fit Perry
2002 Role of a Lifetime Margarette-Anne
2003 Beethoven's Fifth Pretty Town Woman
A Perfect Christmas

Television[edit]

Year Series Role
1993 Tropical Heat Margot
1998 Something So Right Zora
Chicago Hope Tori Landers
Diagnosis: Murder
2002 Judging Amy Waitress
2003 7th Heaven Pamela Perfect
2004 The Drew Carey Show Crystal / Nancy, the Stripper
2007 E.D.E.N. Guard

References[edit]

  1. ^ Colin Covert, "Documentary: `Some Nudity Required'.", Star Tribune, July 9, 1999  – via HighBeam Research (subscription required).
  2. ^ Glenn Lovell, "Review: 'Some Nudity Required'", Variety, January 28, 1998.
  3. ^ Joe Bob Briggs, "Sexiest Scream Queens: File This List", Orlando Sentinel, September 25, 1992.
  4. ^ John Clark, "'Some Nudity' Provided a Catharsis", Los Angeles Times, January 24, 1998.
  5. ^ Donald Liebenson, "Direct To Video: Documentary Examines The B-movie Industry", Chicago Tribune, July 1, 1999.
  6. ^ Rita Kempley, "Today at Filmfest DC: Naked Truth of B-Movies", The Washington Post, April 29, 1998  – via HighBeam Research (subscription required).

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