Embrace of the Vampire 27 years old

Between innocence and evil lies the seduction.

Embrace of the Vampire

An 18-year-old college freshman is seduced by a handsome vampire lover who introduces her to a dark world of carnal desires.

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Embrace of the Vampire Cast

Name Character
Alyssa Milano She was 22, now 49 years old as Charlotte
Jennifer Tilly She was 36, now 64 years old as Marika
Jordan Ladd She was 20, now 47 years old as Eliza
Lynn Philip Seibel as Professor
Rebecca Ferratti She was 30, now 58 years old as Princess
Rachel True She was 28, now 56 years old as Nicole
Glori Gold as Nymph I
Harold Pruett He was 26, 32 years old when he died as Chris
Charlotte Lewis She was 27, now 55 years old as Sarah
Seana Ryan She was 20, now 48 years old as Nymph II
Martin Kemp He was 33, now 61 years old as Vampire
Sabrina Allen as Nymph III
John Riedlinger as Milo
Christopher Utesch as Guy in Hallway
Robbin Julien as Rob
Ladd Vance as Mark
David Portlock as Peter
Gregg Vance as Jonathan

Embrace of the Vampire Crew

Name Department
Anne Goursaud as Director. She was 51 (now 79) years old Directing
Terilyn A. Shropshire as Editor. Editing
Matthew Ferro as Executive Producer. Production
Fontaine Beauchamp Hebb as Art Direction. Art
Fontaine Beauchamp Hebb as Set Decoration. Art
Todd King as Line Producer. Production
Joseph Williams as Original Music Composer. He was 34 (now 62) years old Sound
Peter Moore as Stunt Coordinator. He was 40 (now 67) years old Crew
Rick Bitzelberger as Writer. Writing
Rick Filon as Associate Producer. Production
Ladd Vance as Executive Producer. Production
Halle Eaton as Writer. Writing
Nicole Coady as Writer. Writing
Suki Medencevic as Director of Photography. Camera
Shana Landsburg as Casting. Production
Peter Stolz as Production Design. Art
Dana R. Woods as Costume Design. Costume & Make-Up
Alan Mruvka as Producer. He was 37 (now 64) years old Production
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Embrace of the Vampire (27 years)

Between innocence and evil lies the seduction.

  • Release day: Tuesday, May 30, 1995
  • Runtime: 92 minutes
  • Budget: 500000.00