Krsy Fox is this week’s guest on The Event Horizon, here to speak with hosts Gene Turnbow and Susan Fox about her new independent horror film I live Alone. The film is her first feature, and Krsy does a little of everything: she wrote it, produced it, directed it, wrote the music, edited the film and did the color design.
Join us this Saturday and Sunday at 4 pm Pacific on SCIFI.radio as we dive into a lively discussion about how the film was made, and how Krsy (pronounced “Krissy”) found herself in the position of making the film and getting it done in the midst of the pandemic.
About Krsy Fox
Krsy Fox (previously known as Christine Danielle & Christine Connolly) was born in British Columbia Canada. She began acting at a young age and has since moved to Los Angeles. She has had a successful music career as well writing several number 1 radio hits with other bands and fronting her own band Knee High Fox. She has toured North America extensively with Knee High Fox. She has directed all of her band’s music videos. Krsy is made her debut as a director of the short film ‘What The Spell?‘ which she also wrote and starred in in early 2020.
Krsy is the oldest of five children born to Mark and Wendy Berry. She was born on Valentine’s Day in 1984. She can be seen in the action film Underworld Evolution as a Vampire, and as a teenager named Tanya in the film In the Land of Women. She has been appearing on television and in films since beginning her acting career in 2008.
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