Kirkland resident actress joins the cast of Seattle-based film, Stop Requested


Kirkland resident actress Julianne Christie joins the cast of Seattle-based film Stop Requested in a major supporting role. Christie has worked in the theater and film communities in Seattle and Los Angeles most of her life. She has toured nationally from the 5th Ave. Theater, and received a Dramalogue Award for her role as Lorna Moon in Golden Boy. Most recently she has played Elvira in Blithe Spirit and Olive Madison in the female version of The Odd Couple. Christie’s film credits include Encino ManThe Nutty Professor, Bounce and numerous independent films. She has had strong recurring roles on numerous television shows includingNYPD Blue and Nash Bridges, as well as the Seattle-based TV show The Divine Marigolds. Other credits include guest star roles on Star Trek Enterprise, Star Trek Voyager, Dead Like Me and Smallville.


Stop Requested is a metaphysical suspense thriller about a troubled woman avoiding her past, refusing her present and fearing her future The film is directed by local actor Ben Andrews (Star Trek Phoenix), with award-winning motion picture writer/director and animator Tim Everitt as its Director of Visual Effects (VFX). Everitt has served as visual effects artist and lead animator on major studio films including Pirates of the Caribbean IIICollateral Damage, Pluto Nash, Red Planet, and Deep Blue Sea.


"This film is a testament to true indie collaboration," says director and co-writer Ben Andrews. “We’ve got a stellar cast and crew of professionals from Seattle and Los Angeles attached to the film that will blow people away."


"This film is provocative, intriguing and thought provoking. Many of us working on the project have never seen anything quite like it. It combines genres and film styles in ways I've seldom seen before," adds Lorraine Montez, lead actress and executive producer of Stop Requested.

Stop Requested is a work of Abundant Productions, a local production company that produces features, TV and web series, shorts, commercials, and industrials. The production is hiring over 25 local cast and crew for Stop Requested, and is filming in numerous Seattle and regional locations.

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