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Jessica Steen - A Profile

by Dale Pierce

October 2005

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For people looking up information on Jessica Steen, her website provides a magnificent wealth of information. Her page may be found at http://www.jessicasteen.com and among other things, includes an excellent free download for fans, who may take and print a free 8 by  10 sized photo of her.

Born in Toronto, Canada, Jessica has been acting since the age of 8, when she first appeared on Canadian television. The world of tv has been good to her ever since. She has been seen on Nip/Tuck, The Pretender, Alfred Hitchcock Presents and multiple times on The Outer Limits.

Trial & Error became one of her major breaks in film though, when she played a hardlined prosecuter dealing with some of the worse scumbags and killers in cinema history. This caught the eye of the critics, the fans and other casting directors.

Judgment followed, in which she played a major role. The film, part of Cloud Ten's Tribulation-series out of her native Canada,  presented a continuing saga about the pending end of the world as we know it. The Antichrist, played in all his evil glory by a smirking, snickering Nick Mancuso, has been continually twarted by a group of Bible-believers, including one female reporter named Helen Hannah (played by Leigh Lewis). Bent not to just destroy this personal gadfly,  the Evil One, aided by Steen and other minions, puts her on trial. Then he has the sudden brainstorm. Why not put her god on trial as well!  All the groundwork seems set for a massive and undisputed triumph for the forces of bad, when like the Coyote versus Roadrunner cartoons in Looney Tunes, everything backfires on the bad side. Good triumphs over evil until the next go-around, for which the public is still waiting.

There has been talk of a sequel to this continuing series for the past few years, including a possible script idea where Mancuso's Antichrist supposedly works miracles such as raising the dead, but these have not yet transpired into a finished project. If it does come to pass, look for the Steen character to return as well. In the meantime, however, Steen has re-emerged in yet another Cloud Ten vehicle, this one titled World At War, another sequal to their sister saga,  the Left Behind series, with a different Antichrist and different characters fighting him. (See the Gordon Currie article for details).

World At War debuts in churches rather than in theatres on October 21 2005, followed by a DVD release, in what has got to be one of the most unorthodox film campaigns ever seen. For more information on the upcoming DVD or in locations for showings, go to their webpage at http://www.cloudtenpictures.com.

As noted in other articles, Cloud Ten produces Christian films, but don't let that scare you off if you are not overly religious. These are not anything like those sappy Billy Graham movies made in the eraly 1970s. As an agnostic I can vow for them as good horror films in their own right. Beauty and perception is in the eye of the beholder and if you do not care for spiritual matters, you can still watch and enjoy these for the horror element (again, see my Gordon Currie article for an explanation). So again, check out this movie if you get the chance and check out Jessica Steen who makes her first appearance as a new character in this series, one which will hopefully continue down the road.

Running right alongside this film comes the television series, Killer Instinct, which due to time restraints and work on an e-book of my own, I have not been able to watch. The series deals with Steen as part of a crew tracking down the most uncanny mass murderers a screenwriter could think of. So if you are afraid World At War might be too spritual for your tastes, then if you live in a country where this show runs, be sure to check it out instead. There is no denying the horror element here. The series was a long time in planning and filming, including a couple of name changes before being set to air.

So have a look at Jessica Steen at her web site or more importantly, her performances on television and DVD.

 

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