My 5 Favorite Unknown Actresses

by Natalie House | created - 04 Mar 2012 | updated - 04 Mar 2012 | Public

1. Amanda Dyar

Special_effects | Total Recall

A native of Southern Texas, Amanda Dyar spent most of her youth in Tennessee where she played football on her high school team. Amanda wrote her first short story at age 6 and went on to publish several books based off her collection of writings. At age 17, Amanda graduated with her first degree in...

A Beautiful and Talented Girl. Absolutely love her movies from BGG Productions.

2. Alissa Worley

Writer | The Haunting of Sarcnoia Buttercup

Alissa Worley is the daughter of actress and BioGamer Girl founder, Amanda Dyar. Alissa's first acting role was in the short film "Growing Up Zombie!" at nine years old. Her first published book was at six years old, and she went on to write for several publications, that started with her first ...

The cutest little actress I've ever seen :)

3. Addy Miller

Actress | Dark Places

Addy Miller started her career as a child model at the age of four, acting later followed, but she didn't get her first big break until the age eight when she won the role of Young Lily (Dakota Fanning) in "The Secret Life of Bees". After setting foot on that set, she knew this was what she was ...

Made an awesome zombie girl!

4. Barbara Crampton

Actress | You're Next

Barbara Crampton was born on December 27, 1958 in Levittown, New York. Growing up in Vermont, she spent the majority of her childhood summers traveling the country with a roadside carnival that her father worked for. Crampton began acting in school plays in seventh grade and subsequently studied ...

<3 Reanimator

5. Felissa Rose

Actress | Sleepaway Camp

Felissa Rose Esposito grew up in New York always wanting to perform. At the age of 13, she landed the role of Angela in the cult film Sleepaway Camp (1983). At the age of 17, she applied for early admission to New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and was admitted that fall. Attending The ...

Sleepaway Camp is sooooo underrated