Best known as one of Hollywood's resident scream queens, actress Tiffany Shepis specialized almost exclusively in the many variants of horror -- from psychological to supernatural terror. She debuted onscreen in her mid-teens with work for Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz's Troma company -- the label responsible for over-the-top, direct-to-video fright-fests -- where her assignments included a small role in Tromeo and Juliet (1996) and a hosting stint on the company's U.K. series, Edge T.V. From there, Shepis transitioned to another hosting assignment, this one on E! television's Wild on the Riviera and Sex on the Riviera series. Shepis took her big-screen feature bow in 2000's comedy Everything for a Reason, then divided her time between film -- in such horror outings as Ted Bundy (2001), The Hazing (2004), Nightmare Man (2006), and Bryan Loves You (2007), while also working on music videos for acts including Wu-Tang Clan and the Offspring.