If you aren’t familiar with Bobbie Weiner’s story and how she became Bloody Mary, you are missing out on a fascinating and inspiring story indeed! Bobbie was recently featured in the Huffington Post Women Who Reinvent Themselves in an article about women who were successful at reinventing themselves. Bobbie completely reinvented herself at age 46. Up until that time, she lived the life of a Beverly Hills housewife. When suddenly she found herself divorced and penniless. She decided to go to makeup school and rather than leaning towards glamour makeup on models, she found herself loving the exciting world of special effects makeup. One of her first jobs out of makeup school was on the set of the horror movie Pumpkinhead II, where she earned the nickname Bloody Mary. The name stuck and so did her new career. Soon she was the go to gory and special effects makeup artist in Hollywood and landed jobs on television and the movies. Her special effects artistry was seen on the big screen in James Cameron’s Titanic. After the success of that blockbuster, the exposure she gained catapulted her into business and bolstered her confidence. She went on to not only launched a successful makeup company, but she also produces her own comic book the Tales of Bloody Mary, a line of Bloody Mary hot sauces, she licenses her Bloody Mary trademarked name out for haunted houses, and also puts out a line of sports fan makeup. Although her stage blood, and zombie character makeup are the most fun, another line of her makeup is pretty serious. She has a contract with the U.S. Government to supply our military with her proprietary blend of camouflage makeup. You can read all about her story in her autobiography: ‘I Can Do This, The Bloody Mary Story‘.
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