Check out Heather Hemmens, Hellcats actress, who stars alongside actress Ashley Tisdale and Aly Michalka in the new CW series from Tom Welling. Get details on Hemmens here and where you’ve see her before plus videos and photos after the jump.
Hellcats is set to premiere on CW tonight and with it comes a fresh line up of new faces, one of which is actress Heather Hemmens, set to play the mean girl Alice.
Recently discussing Hellcats in several interviews (one of which you can see here via TVFanatics) to promote the new series, Hemmens describes her character Alice as “competiive, fierce, and ballsy.”
Sidelined with an injury, Alice sounds like the girl everyone loves to hate. Check out Hemmens in her role below and let us know what you think of the actress and Tom Wellings new series?
Heather Hemmens talks Hellcats – “We train very hard. I considered myself a person who is healthy and fit, but I’ve definitely had to take it to the next level to play the role of a cheerleader. They take their athleticism very, very seriously. So to play that role convincingly, you want to be in the best shape of your life just to be capable of what they can do. You have to be on top of your game. My background in martial arts helped a bit.”
As a biography Heather Hemmens, Hellcats actress, was born on the 10th of July in the year 1988, she is twenty-two years old. Hemmens is not only an actress, but a producer and director as well. She just helmed the production entitled The Perils of an Active Mind.
Where have you seen Hemmens before?
The actress, who has been in the biz for the last six years, first appeared in the 2004 TV series Pop Rocks as a guest star. From there she starred in CSI: NY as the character Paris Brooks, The Dukes of Hazzard, and The Glory Road.
She has also been seen in CSI: Miami, the crime drama Without a Trace as Freddy, the movie entitled The Candy Shop, and the 2009 production of Road to the Alter.
Check out Heather Hemmens, Hellcats actress, below and a video of the new CW series.
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