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From ‘scream queen’ to healer

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Dee Wallace is most famous for her acting, but it is her healing path that got her there TAMMYE NASH | Managing It’s been a tough couple of years, especially for folks in the entertainment industry, as COVID-19 forced shut-downs and delays everywhere from movie sets to theaters.

But not for Dee Wallace; she has been just as busy as ever, if not more so. Wallace was in North Texas recently to film Incubus: New Beginnings, written and directed by local filmmaker Terry Aderholt.

But it was a quick trip, and then she was on her way to the next set. And if you check out Wallace’s entry on the IMDB website — which is a little bit outdated, since it lists Incubus as being in pre-production when it actually wrapped up filming this week in Granbury — it shows that Wallace has been involved with 13 movies that either were just completed, are in the post-production stage or are in the pre-production stage — just in 2022 alone.

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