Cassandra Gava
American actor
Cassandra Gava
Cassandra Gava is an American actress and producer best known for her performance as the witch in the 1982 film Conan the Barbarian. Her birth name is Cassandra Gaviola. She has appeared in 21 films between 1979 and 1998.
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Sanatın nabzını tutan yeni oluşum 'Art Beat' - Radikal
Google News - over 5 years
Hollywood'da bir zamanlar oyunculuk yapmış Cassandra Gava diye bir isim var. Şimdi ünlü sanatçıların temsilciliğini yapıyor. İstanbul ve Antalya'daki pek çok festivale gelen konukları o getirir. İsim ne olsun diye tartışırken o buradaydı
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'Conan the Barbarian' Opens Friday - Long Island Press
Google News - over 5 years
Other members of the original cast included Max von Sydow as King Osric, Cassandra Gava as The Witch, Mako as the Wizard/narrator, Valerie Quennessen as the princess, and William Smith as Conan's father. In the reboot, Jason Momoa, who most recently
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The Screening Room - City Pulse
Google News - over 5 years
One of his first stops is to see a witch (Cassandra Gava) who trades him information in exchange for some really hot sex. Then, when the passion becomes too intense, Conan hurls her into a raging hearth and she turns into a frisky little fireball that
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CONAN : LES INVASIONS BARBARES - SFU
Google News - over 5 years
Bonne idée également que de confier à la vénéneuse Rose McGowan le rôle d'une sorcière fourbe (elle succède ainsi à Cassandra Gava dans le premier Conan), fille du grand méchant (les relations qu'ils entretiennent sont ambigües mais ne mènent hélas à
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A Fool's Utopia 8.4.11: Fall TV Preview III - FOX - 411mania.com
Google News - over 5 years
Their friends include Frank (Kim Coates), his wife Abigail (Cassandra Gava) and Bill (Anthony Dean Rubes). The five live in the house while they try to fix it up and wacky stuff starts happening from the get go. Debbie wines about it a lot and Marvin
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A NIGHT OUT WITH: Jacob Gentry; Friend of Famous Kids
NYTimes - almost 13 years
''THAT was Faye,'' said Jacob Gentry, a 27-year-old film director from Atlanta, as he folded up his cellphone while walking down a rain-soaked street on Wednesday night. He was on his way to a producer's party at an art gallery in TriBeCa. ''She says she's sorry that she can't make it.'' That's Faye, as in Faye Dunaway. And Mr. Gentry, in his baggy
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'ROAD TO CHINA'
NYTimes - almost 34 years
PROBABLY without intending to, the producers of ''High Road to China'' have made an action-adventure comedy in which everybody and everything -and thus the film itself - seem to have been spun off from other, better films, particularly Steven Spielberg's ''Raiders of the Lost Ark.'' ''High Road to China,'' which opens today at the Sutton and other
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