The Walking Dead’s Tamiel, Sabrina Gennarino, is on the cover of The Muse Magazine for January 2018 including a brand new interview.
The Scavengers’ lead henchwoman on The Walking Dead, Sabrina Gennarino, is on the cover of The Muse Magazine for January. Gennarino is the issue’s ‘Cover Muse’ and has a full-fledged interview to boot. The Tamiel actress was last seen starring in Lifetime film Family of Lies as character Heather McClure on December 31st.
Gennarino is starring in Director Steve Herold’s upcoming short film, “Death of an Umbrella Salesman”, which was just selected for the Trenton Film Festival. New Jersey residents can catch the film on Saturday, March 24 at 6 p.m. during ‘Saturday Evening Shorts’. Tickets to attend the event can be found at this Trenton Film Festival link.
We previously interviewed Sabrina Gennarino on “Death of an Umbrella Salesman” last year and what it was like to reunite with old friends she originally embarked her career with.
Sabrina Gennarino on cover of The Muse Magazine: First Look
The Muse Magazine offered a look at this month’s cover over at this link. Though you can’t quite read excerpts from the interview, you do see the headline “Walkers Beware, Tamiel is Charging in”.
This issue of The Muse Magazine costs $3 dollars for a digital copy and $20 for physical with a free included digital copy. The magazine’s goal is stated on the website as “To showcase all the people involved in completing a unique vision”. The Muse Magazine was founded by Editor Willow DaNaan.
Documentary in-development: ‘Craftique’
Sabrina Gennarino and husband Pieter Gaspersz have a documentary, Craftique, in-development about the world of crafting. The film is is in-production by Girls Gotta Eat Entertainment and notably features composer Jeff Beal of House of Cards fame. Gennarino wrote and is starring the film along with actors Danny Trejo [Machete], Lindsay Musil [S.W.A.T.], Sarah Ellis Smith [Into the Badlands], Stevie Lee [American Horror Story], and Shawn Carter Peterson, [Pitch Perfect 2].
Director Pieter Gaspersz is directing the project which sees its origins date all the way back to October 2007. The film’s release date is currently unknown but a logo is listed on IMDB.