Eileen Dietz to Attend LAKE ALICE World Premiere

January 14, 2017

Written by Capt McNeely

Georgia Division ZADF Twitter: @ZADF_ORG


On January 22nd of 2017,  the indie horror film Lake Alice will have it’s World Premiere at The Indie Lounge in Park City, UT. Although this premier is taking place during the Sundance Film Festival, it is NOT a part of the festival’s features lineup.

Among the attendees at the invitation only premier will be featured actress Eileen Dietz, who plays the role of Jane Patterson in the film. Dietz has a career that spans over 50 years, during which she has been involved in numerous award winning projects.

Dietz made quite possibly her most iconic on screen appearance in the film adaptation of William Peter Blatty’s novel, The Exorcist. However, she was not credited for her contribution as the face of the demon known as Pazuzu. She also doubled for Linda Blair in some scenes, for which she was also uncredited. The most famous of these scenes is the one in which Regan spews vile green vomit on Father Karras (Jason Miller).

In 2013 Dietz and Daniel Loubier constructed an assemblage of stories chronicling her life and career thus far. The book, Exorcising My Demons: An Actress’ Journey to the Exorcist and Beyond, is currently available at Amazon for purchase in paperback and Kindle formats. For additional information on Ms. Dietz’s on screen career and a listing of her many roles, visit her IMDb page.


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