Dr. Death There was likely one of the series you streamed last summer. docudrama stars boss babyAlec Baldwin, Dawson’s Creekof Joshua Jackson, and Pump up Volume’s Christian Slater. The series is based on the true story of Dr. Christopher Duntsch, who was accused of grievously injuring patients during surgery. He lost his medical license in 2013 and was arrested in 2015.
One of the patients reportedly injured is Marie Erfund. Duntsch underwent surgery on his spine in 2012. After surgery, Erfund had to use a wheelchair, reports CBS 4 Denver. The news outlet says Duntash ruptured a nerve root and left screw hole in the woman’s spine.
Showbiz Cheat Sheet recently spoke to celebrity hairstylist Cynthia Vanis, one of the people responsible for styling the actors on the Peacock TV series. Dr. Death. He and his team worked to ensure that the actors were camera-ready. He discussed about his work on the show and how his career has been so far. Here’s a peek into our chat.
showbiz cheat sheet: ‘Doctor.’ What was your process like styling your hair for? Death’?
Cynthia Vanis: We took so many leaps in time that we had to make sure the hair was coordinated. We see the character of Joshua Jackson in college, so I wanted to play in a hockey mullet. We needed something to take us back in time, so wig creator Jennifer Renée Mullins made a hairpiece for her that I then cut and colored.
I brought her hair forward, taking her hairline back to Josh’s younger pessy years. I used a small flat iron to create a similar natural texture to the hairpiece. On paper it didn’t sound like a children’s story, but all the subtle changes helped sell Time Leap.
CS: What would you say ‘Dr.’ The most challenging part of creating a hairstyle for Death’?
CV: Epidemic! This was my first show after it didn’t work out and we had new security measures in place which made it even more difficult for our actors to stay on top of it. At first, we weren’t allowed to finalize on the set and hair moves. So, it was always a little more stressful to make sure everything stayed where it needed to be. Although the security measures were a bit daunting in the beginning, I am extremely grateful to the production for doing my best to keep everyone as safe as possible.
CSQ: Of all the projects you’ve worked on, what was the most memorable hairstyle job? Why?
CVI will never forget my experience Dr. Death Because it was such a crazy time to work in the world. but i also loved my time young Because I have to make a lot of fun hairstyles. Katy Keene It was huge too! It was such a hair show. We had a lot of fun drag wigs and creating Gloria’s look based on her comic book character was definitely a highlight. my current movie not good There’s one for books too!
Stay tuned for the second part of our chat.
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