Arielle Brachfeld Is A Face And Talent Sure To Impress

Arielle Brachfeld Is A Face And Talent Sure To Impress

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Arielle Brachfeld Is A Face And Talent Sure To ImpressSometimes, you have the opportunity to work with someone you know is destined for great things. Here at the BB Basement that’s one of the things that excites us most about what we do, and we recently had the chance to work with an up and coming talent who is already becoming a name in the horror and sci-fi communities. Arielle Brachfeld is as talented as she is beautiful, and we’re happy to have been able to see her work up close.

Arielle began her acting career in 2005 with appearances in short films. For genre fans, it was 2007 when she got serious attention thanks to her role as April Hunter in the fan-made film “Return of the Ghostbusters”. While the film was only released online, it made huge waves among fans of the original “Ghostbusters”, and Arielle was a big part of that.

Following her performance in that film, Arielle found work in various projects including TV shows, short films, and feature films like:

  • The House That Jack Built
  • 1000 Ways to Die
  • The Haunting of Whaley House
  • American Nudist
  • Evil Deeds 2
  • Tattoo Nightmares
  • Love, Gloria

She also landed a recurring role in the 2014 series “Hustle”, playing Giselle for a full season, something that helped her gain more attention than before.

But Arielle is more than just an actress. She has already built a solid resume of work behind the camera, working as a writer on films like “The Letter Red” as well as a producer on that same film. This experience only helps showcase just how talented she really is, and what she’s capable of doing.

Arielle also works with various charities, and is involved in helping fight breast cancer as well as boosting literacy thanks to her work with “The Horror Starlets” and “The Young Storytellers Foundation”. In short, she is making an impression in front of the camera while making a difference in the world in her free time.

We love strong, talented women here at the BB Basement – Jennifer Blanc is one of them, of course, and she recently had the chance to work with Arielle on the upcoming film “Good Family Times”, a film about a disturbed woman with dark secrets defending her home from robbers. We can’t wait to see what Arielle does next, but one thing’s for sure – it’s going to be great.

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