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14 September 2011 @ 12:37 pm
I have decided to close the community, due to lack of inactivity and sparse news regarding Bevin. However, http://www.bevinprince.net/ is still up and running, and you can keep up with Bevin's career through the site.

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Bevin Mirskey, a fictional character on television’s hit show “One Tree Hill,” came across convincingly as a beautiful and sweet but ditzy, blonde, not-so-bright cheerleader. The real-life Bevin Prince, the young woman who portrayed that character for five seasons on the CW television network and a Class of 2000 Saint Mary’s graduate, is an oh-so-bright and gifted actor who is as intelligent, charismatic and wise as she is talented, thoughtful and kind-hearted.

Bevin returned to Smedes Parlor at Saint Mary’s on March 4, to share her life advice and wisdom with the SMS junior class as part of the final COMPASS Day program for 2010-2011. COMPASS is Saint Mary’s life skills curriculum, and Bevin has much to teach today’s high school girls about real-life skills, based on her educational and professional experiences since graduating from SMS in 2000.

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03 August 2010 @ 01:50 pm
UNIVERSAL CITY, CA--(Marketwire - August 3, 2010) - Camelot Entertainment Group, Inc. (OTCBB: CMGR) ("Camelot") announced today that the DarKnight Pictures' WRECKAGE will wrap photography on August 17, 2010 and will immediately start finalizing post-production.

"Wreckage has a great cast and holds true to the thriller genre," commented Jessica Kelly, VP of Marketing and PR. "We're looking forward to having it ready for AFM."

The cast includes two time Emmy nominee Aaron Paul ("Breaking Bad"), Scoot McNairy (Herbie Fully Loaded), Mike Erwin (Hulk), Cameron Richardson (Alvin and the Chipmunks), Kelly Kruger ("Young and the Restless"), and Bevin Prince ("One Tree Hill").

Wreckage is directed by John Mallory Asher ("One Tree Hill"), who produced the film with Kristen Kirchner, and writer David Frigerio. Jordan Yale Levine andCamelot's Robert P. Atwell and Jamie R. Thompson serve as Executive Producers.

The story follows a group of teenagers stranded in a wreckage yard as one by one mysteriously disappear.

View the trailer: http://darknight.camelotent.com/wreckage.html

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29 July 2010 @ 04:21 pm
Dark House, from director Darrin Scott, has been chosen by fans to receive a theatrical showing later this month. This film beat out seven other films in an online contest supported by Fangoria magazine. Now, Dark House will be shown in at least three cities including: New York, Dallas, and San Francisco. The film will premiere July 30th and continue until August 5th. The film itself is a haunted house styled film, where a group of actors become trapped within the confines of a possessed attraction. The film is laden with effects and Dark House will surely stop some hearts with the tale of a "children's massacre" (Fangoria).

Release Date: July 30th (Limited Theatrical).
*Premiere locations:
  • Cinema Village - 22 East 12th Street - New York City, NY - Phone: (212) 924-3364
  • Landmark Theatres’ The Magnolia - West Village - 2699 McKinney Avenue - Dallas, TX Phone: (214) 764-9106
  • Landmark Theatres’ Opera Plaza Cinema - 601 Van Ness Avenue - San Francisco, CA Phone: (415) 267-4893
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The votes have been tallied and a winner has been selected for the Fangoria FrightFest film competition. The winner is Darin Scott's film 'Dark House', and that will ensure the movies theatrical release.

Dark House was directed by writer/producer Scott, and is a high-tech vision of a traditional “haunted house,” which features a strikingly horrific performance by genre legend Jeffrey Combs. Meghan Ory, Danso Gordon, Bevin Prince, Shelly Cole, Matt Cohen, Scott Whyte, Ryan Melander, Meghan Maureen McDonough, and Scotty Noyd, Jr co star in the film.

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10 July 2010 @ 01:05 pm
Head to to FangoriaFrightfest.com and vote for Bevin Prince's film (Dark House) as your favorite trailer. The movie that wins will get a limited theatrical release. The competition ends July 19th.
 
 
17 May 2010 @ 11:55 am


Bevin was a bridesmaid at Danneel Harris & Jensen Ackles' wedding this past Saturday (May 16) in Dallas, TX.

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Dark House is a horror feature that has been completed since 2009, while the film has been picked up by Lightning for distribution a new one-sheet poster is here. The art shows the former evil Miss Darode and the film follows Clair Thompson (Meghan Ory) as she returns to a haunted house attraction where a "terrible children's massacre" took place (Shock). Also available is a movie still from the production which shows three disfigured and bloody men looking very hungry. Expect this film to be released in 2010 or early 2011.
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