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American Mary actress Tristan Risk join's Chainsaw Sally: The Animated Series

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Bloody Bombshell Entertainment and Fatality films have announced the addition of Tristan Risk (American Mary) to the vocal cast of Chainsaw Sally: The Animated Series.

According to the official announcement, in addition to Risk, April Burril, the original Chainsaw Sally, will be voicing the animated version as herself. Additional vocal talent in the series includes Christopher Judge (Stargate SG-1).

Artwork has also been released featuring Chainsaw Sally and was used to initiate the plans to animate the series.

Actress/voice artist Tristan Risk was excited about the announcement which she confirmed via her Facebook page stating:

As the press release is out and so is the cat from the bag it's official: I'll be voicing Miss Risk, a character based off of myself for the new Chainsaw Sally animated series, along with Chris Judge from Stargate SG1!" - Tristan Risk

Jimmy-O Burril will be working alongside director Mike Disa (Dead Space: Aftermath, The Haunted World of El Superbeasto) to bring the characters and project to life.

About Bloody Bombshell Entertainment:
Bloody Bombshell Entertainment and its subsidiary, Fatality Films, are owned in part by Andrea A. Albin and Scott Spiegel. Albin will helm CHAINSAW SALLY: THE ANIMATED SERIES as Executive Producer.

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