Erica Cox has “Bitten” RoleMarch 16th, 2009 - 10:58 pm ICT by GD
Erica Cox stars in “Bitten,” a black comedy that has Jason Mewes playing a paramedic who saves a woman named Danika (Cox) from an alley. Danika has suffered a deadly attack but refuses to go to a hospital. So the paramedic takes her in and cares for her till she recovers. Expectedly he falls in love with her but soon discovers that his lady love is actually a vampire. He initially thinks she is a drug addict when she shows withdrawal symptoms and then find a blood-drained dead body on his floor. He soon realizes she does have an addiction, but not to drugs, as he had believed.
Directed by Harvey Glazer and written by Tim McGregor and Tyler Levine, the movie is another take on vampires that seem to rule the cinematic climate currently. Erica Cox, a Canadian born actress fits her role with her naturally black hair and hazel eyes.
Besides, “Bitten” she has also starred in other movies, including, “The Genetic Opera,” “Body Language,” “Repo!” and “American Pie presents Beta House”. She studied acting at Second City in Toronto and Armstrong Acting Studio and was a classmate of Judith Thompson at the University of Guelph in Ontario. She is represented by Colin McMurray in Toronto.
“Bitten” also stars Richard Fitzpatrick, Amy Lynn Grover, Jordan Madley and Grace Armas, among others. Stu Stone and Jamie Rise have done the film’s music and Simon Shohet is the cinematographer. The movie was produced by Robert Wilson. The story revolves around a woman (Cox) who is bitten by a werewolf but leaves her pack of wolves to lead a normal life among humans. She is saved by a paramedic (Mewes) who falls in love with her. But she has to return to her pack of werewolves when they begin to threaten her new life.
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