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Monday, December 19, 2005
Over the weekend I had a chance to speak with an old friend, the multi-talented Phoebe Legere. You may know her from her unique and luscious singing, along with her all-girl band, The Four Nurses of the Apocalypse. You may know her from her performances in the cult classics "Toxic Avenger", parts 2 and 3.
But you probably don't know that Phoebe is a huge fight fan and wrestled in the short fantasy film "Marquis de Slime", which she wrote and was the star.
It was during the filming of "Marquis de Slime" that I got to know her. She played the heroine who faced the villain, played by Angel Amoroso, in a pro-style wrestling match of good vs. evil. I was called in to choreograph the wrestling scene involving Phoebe. Angel knew what to do in the ring, as she is a veteran of the staged pro wrestling circuit (probably most famously in ECW) as well as fought in real no-holds-barred fighting events around the world. I am also in the film as a rapid fan in the crowd.
Even though this was a fantasy story, I had them use a real submission hold to close the match. You'll have to see it to know which one, though.
Phoebe is getting very active on the Internet. She has her own web site at: http://phoebelegere.com/ .
She has also recently started her own blog, called Sex is Love, at: http://sexislove.blogspot.com/ .
You can learn more about the "Marquis De Slime", including how to order the DVD, at: http://phoebelegere.com/slime.html .
Plus, Phoebe has posted the first part of the film on her blog .
QuickTime is required to play it, and it may take a few minutes to download.
Phoebe also told me that she is currently finishing up a new album, after which she will return to touring. So check out her wonderful singing and watch her fun-filled acting.
But don't let her flowing blonde hair and gorgeous looks fool you, because while she is a cool and nice person, she CAN kick your ass.