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Friday, February 10, 2017

28 Days Of Black Women In Horror: Kandyse McClure

Kandyse McClure (1980- )

Children Of The Corn (2009)

Kandyse McClure was born in Durban, South Africa. She is of Cape Coloured descent. McClure graduated from West Vancouver Secondary School in 1998. She continues to work with the non-profit organization CARE Canada to address poverty in the world's developing regions. McClure resides in Vancouver, British Columbia and is married to musician Cylenz. (Source)



-Interview with Kandyse from Dragon Con 2016, Blavity

Other Genre Performances

Sheriff Tyson, Supernatural (2016)
Angie Alvarez, Careful What You Wish For (2015)
Sarikin, Seventh Son (2014)
Carrie Benson, Haven (2013)
Dr. Clementine Chasseur, Hemlock Grove (2013)
Agnes, Alphas (2012)
Shifa, Aladdin and the Death Lamp (2012)
Gina, Mother's Day (2010)
Erika Taylor, Persons Unknown (2010)
Officer Anastasia Dualla/Lt. Anastasia Dualla, Battlestar Galactica (2004-2009)
Cassidy, Reaper (2008)
Petty Officer Anastasia Dualla, Battlestar Galactica: Razor (2007) Meg, Sanctuary (2007-2008)
Donna Louise Campbell, Santa Baby (2006)
Lisa, Whistler (2006)
Harmony/Dawn Stiles, Smallville (2005)
Zara, Andromeda (2004)
Anna, Jake 2.0 (2003)
Dualla, Battlestar Galactica (2003)
Gwen, The Twilight Zone (2003)
Sue Snell, Carrie (2002)
Elizabeth, Jeremiah (2002)
Annie Fisher, Dark Angel (2002)
Julie, Mysterious Ways (2002)
Brianna Lake, The Outer Limits (2001)
Jade, Return to Cabin by the Lake (2001)
Megan, Level 9 (2000)
Monica, The Spiral Staircase (2000)


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