Sheri Moon Zombie - Biography - IMDb
Rob Zombie is an American musician and filmmaker who rose to fame as a founding member . White Zombie went through a lot together and did tons of great stuff, but it was time to stop. The good times were over and . Now married, Moon officially changed her name to Sheri Moon Zombie. Following years of struggling. (Rob is now a successful solo artist and film director.) She keeps Sheri Moon Zombie: Well you know what, I did have one for a little while [before this]. I think it . Rob Zombie and the 'Halloween' franchise would one day meet. He's talking to his wife, actress Sheri Moon Zombie, here playing (In the end, with time running short, Lawrence did not take a TV to the head after all.
If I don't do that in the morning, I'm in a bad mood for the rest of the day. It really does release, like, some sort of crazy endorphins that gets out your bad energy. I've also done Pilates, yoga and all that kind of stuff. I consider myself a California girl now. I moved out here when I was As soon as I graduated high school, I came out to California and had a couple of tries.
I mean, I moved back to Connecticut where I grew up, twice, and went to broadcasting school.
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But I moved back and forth. Seventeen is really young to move out of state and be on your own. I mean, I wanted to play and have fun and be responsibility-free, but eventually you have to buckle down and get a job. So I was a little wild child when I was younger.
We were together for nine years. We both really didn't want to get married. Then all of a sudden something happened and I was just like, "You know what? We might as well. We planned the wedding and then we said, "No, forget it. Let's just elope and then we'll have a party here. We were actually taking a walk in our neighborhood the day before [Halloween].
The wedding date was to be November 9th. We're like, "Oh god, we've been together for nine years. We should just say our vows privately. It just happens that the next day was Halloween. We didn't do it for any spooky reasons or anything.
Were you in costume? We were actually taking a walk in our neighborhood the day before. The wedding date was to be November 9th.
We're like, "Oh god, we've been together for nine years. We should just say our vows privately. It just happens that the next day was Halloween. We didn't do it for any spooky reasons or anything. We were not in costume.
I wore a white sweater and jeans. How do you keep in shape, and what do you do to keep your body looking as good as it does? I work out five or six days a week. I try to eat healthy. My meals in general are really healthy, but I do have a sweet tooth. I crave a cookie, like everyone else. I want a piece of cake, like everyone else. I love working out.
I wake up, have my egg white breakfast and then I get on the treadmill and the elliptical. If I don't do that in the morning, I'm in a bad mood for the rest of the day. It really does release like some sort of crazy endorphins that gets out your bad energy.
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I've also done Pilates, yoga and all that kind of stuff. I'm tall, so if I do gain a few pounds here and there, thankfully, hopefully, it doesn't show as much. But I definitely feel like I have my bloated days and, "Oh I feel fat" just like any other girl. I think fashion magazines sometimes can be so evil. Do you have aspirations to work with other directors?
I get scripts sent over here and usually they're just little cheesy horror things that I don't want to do. And like I said, I hate the whole audition process. I don't seek out work. Rob and I will always work together. Rob was telling me his next movie is going to be sort of a cross between Taxi Driver and Ghost World, and that there would be a part for you in it.
Yoko Ono notwithstanding, do you have input on his creative process? When he's writing, he's writing. Once in awhile he'll say something like, "Oh you're going to have to learn how to do I'm like, "Oh my God, are you kidding me? I don't have any real input, but I think he is such a good writer. He's writing three different scripts right now. Which one gets made first, we'll see.
What kind of challenges do you look for in a role? Do you enjoy staying in a comfort zone, or are you wanting to push yourself? Oh, I definitely want to push myself. Especially in the next movie because it will be a departure. I played Baby Firefly twice already and I would love to be forced to learn something new. For the movie that you're describing, I'm going to have to learn this thing that you will see [laughing]. It's wonderful to push yourself.
I think that keeps you young.
It's supposed to be out in '07, and you're doing the voice of Suzy X? We did something a little different; rather than doing our voice parts separately, were we all be in the same room at the same time. It was more natural and we were able to bounce off each other. Who is Suzy X? She's this crime-stopping, sexy, superhero gal that everyone in the world is a big fan of.
They love her and they think she's great. Her brother gets busted. He's an out-of-work wrestler who is trying to redeems himself. It's so smart and so funny, I can't wait to see the final product.
You are, like you said, married to a multitalented person who can draw, write, and everything else. But you are, too. You do choreography, you act, and you can bake, and sew I really like making clothes. In addition to everything else, every Monday Rob and I also do a radio show on Indy That is so much fun.
We really do a lot of prep for that and it's a funny show. We are rehearsing now and getting costumes and wardrobe ready, and practicing. This is kind of an off-the-wall question but I'll admit this has crossed my mind once or twice: When you guys go to a restaurant and you make a reservation, do you use the last name Zombie?
I can hear it now, "Zombie, party of two! Well, that is our last name, so yeah. It can be funny, especially when I'm ordering like from a catalog, there is always a comment. And I'm like "Well, that's my last name. Rob changed his legally many years ago, and then when we got married I changed mine too. It's a great name, though. I think it's cool. What's your ideal home? Do you live in your ideal home now? Rob and I decided on everything in the house we live in now, and we really love this house.
It's a big English Tudor, built in the 20s. It's really comfortable in some rooms, but then we have our big living room which has all our strange assortments There's foot polar bear in the corner that was prop from the original Addams Family TV series. We have some unique pieces of furniture.
Rob has a great poster collection going on in the house. We have lots of really beautifully framed 30s and 40s posters. Also a lot of pinball machines. It's a nice house.
It was fun to get it together. When we moved in, we painted everything dark. And we took a look and were like, "Wow, this is a dark house.
Rexand Gary Glitter. Or at least tolerate. Zombie had a cameo appearance in a voice only role for the film Slither It remains his final album to receive an RIAA certification to date. Focus on film work[ edit ] Zombie opted to focus on his career as a director infollowing the release of his third studio album a year prior. It was confirmed in that Zombie had signed on to write and direct a remake of the horror classic Halloween The film was released in limited showings at selected theaters on September 12,and to DVD on September 22, The film received a generally mixed reaction upon its release.
New label and return to music[ edit ] It was announced in that Zombie had begun working on his fourth studio album, the follow up to his album Educated Horses. Noble Jackals, Penny Dreadfuls and the Systematic Dehumanization of Coolwith Zombie describing it as a sequel to his debut as they sounded similar in both "vibe" and "attitude". Zombie released a second remix album, titled Mondo Sex Headon August 6, We'll stick to the plan.
He released his second live album, Spookshow International: Live, on February 24,
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