An Evening With Patricia Quinn and Eileen Dietz – 8th December 2012

Patricia Quinn was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland. She was beginning to break into television when she was offered the role of “the Usherette/Magenta” in Richard O’Brien’s “Rocky Horror Show”, the role she would become best known for.

Patricia continued to work hard after “Rocky Horror” and soon became a household name going on to star in countless productions alongside some of the biggest names in entertainment.

Over the years, Patricia has proved that she can carry off anything with her unique and versatile style and an impressive resume spanning over film, television and theatre.

There is only one Patricia Quinn and she will be talking to you all about her career @ The Misty Moon Gallery on Saturday the 8th December.

Eileen Dietz is best known for her role as The Demon – Captain Howdy in The Exorcist. The Demon (better known as The Face of Death), and the possessed Regan (the Linda Blair character). For this role, Eileen performed many of the controversial scenes that portrayed the child being possessed by the evil demon, exorcised by Father Marrin. For six months, Eileen vomited, levitated, spit, and abused the cross. Following her memorable and legendary performance in THE EXORCIST, Director William Friedkan brought her to California.

Patricia and Eileen both commanded the audience during their separate Q&A sessions at The Misty Moon Gallery which was chaired by Anna “Jezabelle” Neid, who came dressed in Rocky Horror fashion, with suspenders and fishnets.  A Bloody Brilliant and Devilishly  time was had by all.

Official Photographs Taken By John Gaffen