Gaylen Ross

Dawn of The Dead, Creepshow

Gaylen Ross was born as Gail Rosenblum in Indianapolis, Indiana. She was managing editor of the poetry journal, "Antaeus" and Ecco Press from 1975 to 1977. Ross was an actress for brief 4 years only, making an impressive film debut as the heroine "Francine" in George Romero's outstanding Dawn of the Dead (1978), followed by her portrayal of Leslie Nielsen's adulterous wife "Becky Vickers" in the George Romero and Stephen King's hugely enjoyable horror anthology,Creepshow (1982).

Gaylen Ross was born as Gail Rosenblum in Indianapolis, Indiana. She was managing editor of the poetry journal, “Antaeus” and Ecco Press from 1975 to 1977. Ross was an actress for brief 4 years only, making an impressive film debut as the heroine “Francine” in George Romero’s outstanding Dawn of the Dead (1978), followed by her portrayal of Leslie Nielsen’s adulterous wife “Becky Vickers” in the George Romero and Stephen King’s hugely enjoyable horror anthology,Creepshow (1982).

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