Jami at the Marilyn Monroe Exhibit in Dallas
|Born||May 18, 1979|
|Occupation||model, actress, burlesque dancer, horror host and singer|
|Awards||Scream Queen of the Month|
Jami Edwards was a nightclub dancer. Along with students from the University of North Texas, she launched and hosted the horror host show Deadly Cinema which ran from 2003 to 2005 (2 seasons) on thr Denton channel NTTV. The staff was amateur and working for school credits. The show is currently broadcast on Roku.
After Deadly Cinema, Jami Deadly became a burlesque performer. She made an appearance in the 2007 movie Devil Girl alongside Dita Von Teese. Jami is also a Marilyn Monroe tribute artist, and performed as such during the 2006 Texas State Fair Jami's transformation into Marilyn is supported by a coach to help her coax her Texas twang into Marilyn's breathiness. she's taken singing and dancing lessons to perfect Marilyn's routines, and her blond hair requires weekly peroxide applications.
Since the mid-2000s, she only made rare appearances in public events.
|2006||Vampira: The Movie||Herself|
|2007||Devil Girl||Burlesque Performer|
|2003–2005||Deadly Cinema||Jami Deadly|
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