Tiny Tiffany Shepis stands five-feet-three-inches and stands out in any number of cheap horror films--usually thanks to a bulging bust line that harnesses the lung power of a true scream queen. She made her debut as a classical beauty in Tromeo and Juliet (1996) and went on to plenty of Troma productions. There was never anything sheepish about Shepis, and she really got us shearing our zippers in Vinyl Dolls (2002). She scared our penises out of our pants with her amazing towel toss in Bloody Murder 2: Closing Camp (2003), and Delta Delta Die! (2003) had us holding our own while Tiffany held her own against a cast of veteran scream queens. There's A-list talent packed into that Shepis shape, too, which is why she remains one of the busiest actresses on the B-movie scene.
Model Hunger (2016) - as Debbie Lombardo
Wrath of the Crows (2013) - as Princess
Thirsty (2009) - as Slushy Goddess
Death Factory (2002) - as Alexa