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Another Cast Member of 2 HEADED SHARK ATTACK Revealed!

As production on 2 Headed Shark Attack continues in sunny Florida, we're learning in bits and pieces just who is comprising the cast of this certain-to-be creature classic from The Asylum.

Already we've learned the principal cast consists of notables Carmen Electra ("Baywatch," Scary Movie, Starsky & Hutch), Charlie O'Connell ("Sliders," Cruel Intentions, Kraken: Tentacles of the Deep) and Brooke Hogan ("Hogan Knows Best," upcoming Devour with David Chokachi and Sand Sharks with Corin Nemic), as well as newcomers Christina Bach Norman and David Gallegos; now we're getting word on some of the other cast members, including a familiar face to Asylum fans - the powerfully talented Gerald Webb. 

8-time Asylum vet (Titanic II, Mega Shark vs Crocosaurus, Battle of Los Angeles, Almighty Thor, 2012: Ice Age, Born Bad, upcoming A Haunting in Salem and Zombie Apocalypse) adds a 9th feather to his straitjacket by assuming the role of "Han," one of the Filipino crewmen. That pic below showcases the actor in character, and comes courtesy of the man himself. Webb is an awesome actor, extremely versatile, and is a welcome addition to any Asylum film. I'm not the only one who thinks so. Just this year, Webb received the Golden Cob Rising B Actor Award for his work in Battle Los Angeles. 

In addition to acting in 2 Headed Shark Attack, Webb also served as the film's casting director, which means he's the guy responsible for culling this increasingly-incredible ensemble. 2 Headed Shark Attack will also serve as the fourth time Webb has worked with director Christoper Douglas-Olen Ray, who also helmed Mega Shark vs Crocosaurus and Almighty Thor, as well as the non-Asylum feature Reptisaurus. He's also worked twice with Ray's father, famed B-movie icon Fred Olen Ray, in Silent Venom and the recently-released Turbulent Skies.

Committed regular readers will no doubt remember my exclusive interview with Webb, posted prior to the release of Battle of Los Angeles. For the rest of you, that was a shameless plug to get you to check it out. Obviously.

Anyway, there you have it, another strong addition to a cast that is quickly tying for greatest-ever with the A Haunting in Salem gang: Gerald Webb as "Han," Filipino crewman. I have it on good authority that his Tagalog is coming along quite nicely; that's dedication, people.

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