Margaret Grace Denig (born September 21, 1983) is an American actress, who, under the stage name Maggie Grace, is best known for her work as Shannon Rutherford on the television series Lost.
Maggie Grace Denig was born in Worthington, Ohio, a suburb of Columbus, the eldest of three children. She took to acting at an early age, performing in several local theatre productions, among them JCC's Gallery Players' 2000 production of The Crucible. The director of that play, John S. Kuhn, said of Grace "Even at that young age she brought a lot to her work."
At 16, Maggie left Ohio with her mother, Valinn, for Los Angeles . Things were tough for a while and the young actress frequently found herself struggling to pay her rent. In 2001 she landed the titular role in the Sony Pictures web-serial Rachel's Room, which took the form of a teenager's video journal. In all, she appeared in 56 short videos dialoguing teen angst and her conflict with her mother and school teachers.
The Fog is a 2005 horror film directed by Rupert Wainwright. It is a remake of John Carpenter's The Fog (1980), but with more of a "teen horror film" angle. The original music score is composed by Graeme Revell. The basic plot of the film is somewhat similar to the original film: In the late 1800s, a group of men conspired to mislead and murder the crew of the Elizabeth Dane, a clipper carrying a group of lepers seeking sanctuary. The Dane was captained by William Blake, a wealthy man infected with leprosy who made an agreement with the town's founders to buy half of the island for a leper colony. However, when the islanders' leaders meet with Blake onboard the Dane to make the purchase, the islanders double-cross the lepers, loot the ship and then set the ship on fire, slaughtering everyone onboard. In this film, the town of Antonio Bay is preparing to celebrate a new statue dedicated to the "founding fathers" of the town. This awakens the ghostly crew of the Elizabeth Dane, who have..., http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0432291
A creature is a created being, as opposed to a creator. The term is used colloquially to mean an animal, and is sometimes used to mean monster. It can also refer to:In gaming:In music:Other uses:... http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0314204