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Karla Shantz is an actress, known for Brighton Park (2009), The Tea Man (2010) and Deadly Consequences (2010). See full bio »

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Brighton Park
Brighton Park Actress
The Tea Man
The Tea Man Detective Nancy Sylvestri
Deadly Consequences
Terminal Happiness
Terminal Happiness Celeste Foster


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 2018 Catwoman Retribution (Short) (completed)
Church Caregiver
 2016/II Vessel (Short) (completed)
Ildie Szvr
 2014 The First Step (Video short) (completed)
 2014 Amish Haunting (TV Series documentary)
Rachel's Mother
- Pilot: Faceless Doll/The Witch's Grave (2014) ... Rachel's Mother
 2014 Apocalypse Kiss
News Anchor Dawn Sherman
 2013 Terminal Happiness
Celeste Foster
 2012/IX Blackout (Short)
 2012 Deer Crossing
Claire the Waitress (as Karla Kay Shantz)
 2011 Booted
 2011 The Red Corvette
Ms. Loren
 2010 Deadly Consequences
 2010 The Tea Man
Detective Nancy Sylvestri
 2010 Obsessive Gremlin Disorder (Short)
Home Owner #1
 2010 Finders Keepers (TV Series)
Lady of the evening
- I Don't Know (2010) ... Lady of the evening
- Casino Night (2010) ... Lady of the evening
 2009 Brighton Park
 2009 4:10, Seeking Grace (Video short)
Lady at the Station
 2008 The Death of Milo Freedman
Lilly Campbell
 2008 Just Be Simple (Short)
 2008 Victim's Song
Holly Ryan
 2006 Casting! (Short)
Weepy Woman
 2005 What Hides Beneath
Carol Garner

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Karla Kay Shantz

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