Season one of the comedy Vampire Mob, with cast members from The Simpsons, Boardwalk Empire and Criminal Minds – Marcia Wallace, Chris Mulkey and Kirsten Vangsness – has attracted an international audience. Season two is currently in production and will feature a cast of twenty-one.
Vampire Mob – He’s a hitman and a vampire, and he just found out his mother-in-law is moving in for eternity.
Don became a vampire because “it was a good fit” for is nocturnal life of crime. He never planned on biting his wife, Annie, and making her immortal, “but then I got hungry.” Annie felt bad that her mom would die one day and bit her, never discussing it with Don, and now mom needs a place to stay and blood to drink. With Don’s hit business slowing down, the last thing he needs is more “grocery shopping.”
Emmy-award winning actress, Marcia Wallace (The Simpsons) is Don’s newly minted vampire mother-in-law, who will be returning for season two, as will Kirsten Vangsness (Criminal Minds) who plays her daughter. Chris Mulkey (Boardwalk Empire) returns as the owner of Marty Five’s Castle & New Life Organic Dispensary, which is shot on location in a castle.
Tony-award winning actress, Rae Allen (The Sopranos, Seinfeld) joins the season two cast as the mother of hitman and vampire, Don Grigioni, played by John Colella (CSI: NY, The West Wing). Colella is currently receiving critical praise on stage in the title role of Cyrano de Bergerac at the Ruskin Group Theatre, Santa Monica, CA, which is directed by Rae Allen.
Don’s wife, Annie, is played by Reamy Hall, who guest starred this past season on Criminal Minds and she will be seen in upcoming Sebastian Gutirrez film Girl Walks Into a Bar.
Actress and comedian, Retta Sirleaf, who can currently be seen in the role of Donna Meagle on NBC’s Parks and Recreation guest stars in season two of Vampire Mob in the role of Cookie.
Season one can currently be seen in its entirety at http://www.VampireMob.com.
Vampire Mob is an independent television series created, written & directed by award-winning filmmaker and comedian Joe Wilson. The Assistant Director is John Vargas and the series is produced by Joe Wilson & John Colella.
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