On January 24 “Face Off” returns for a new season with some familiar faces. Season eleven of “Face Off” is another all star season with 16 artists returning for another chance to be crowned the champion. Host McKenzie Westmore, mentor Michael Westmore, and judges Glenn Hetrick, Ve Neill, an Neville Page will also return for the new season.
Meet the “Face Off” season eleven contestants:
Season eight’s Adam Milicevic is a creative director and concept designer who who divides his time between Los Angeles and Osaka, Japan. He has worked in the theme park industry and is responsible for Transformers: The Ride, Resident Evil: The Real, The Mummy Museum, and Halloween Horror Nights in Japan.
Season nine’s Ben Ploughman is a Makeup artist in Los Angeles. As a freelancer, Ben offers his skills to some of the top effects shops in the business.
Season six’s Cat Paschen is a lab technician for Make-Up Designory is a detail oriented artist who is an expert when it comes to blending makeup.
Season seven’s Cig Neutron is a Special Effects Makeup artist and freelance sculptor. He has been creating creatures from his imagination since he was very small. But Cig doesn’t just create the characters, he fully fleshes out their stories as well. The Son of Monsterpalooza costume contest winner, Cig is the co-founder of Bizarro Au Go-Go where he continues crafting characters.
Season eight’s Emily Serpico is the youngest contestant to ever appear on “Face Off”. The cosmetologist currently co-owns a wig business with her mother.
Season nine’s Evan Hedges is an art director. The sci-fi and monster enthusiast is working on filmmaking and special effects makeup.
Season one’s Gage Hubbard returns after coming close to winning the debut season of the show. Fascinated by special effects makeup since he was a child, Gage is also known as Munster. Since first appearing on “Face Off”, he has worked on “American Horror Story: Coven”, “The Taking of Debora Logan”, “Cabin Fever 3”, “The Devil’s Carnival” both 1 and 2, and “RuPaul’s Drag Race”. He has also been nominated for an award for his makeup work on the motion picture “ Vishwaroopam”.
Season seven’s George Troester originally calls Buffalo, New York home. The Freelance Special Effect Makeup Artist with a specialty in prosthetics, puppets, and fabrication.
Season nine’s Jasmine Ringo is a freelance makeup artist and educator with a passion for body art. She has been named the RAW Makeup Artist of the Year.
Season seven’s Keaghlan Ashley is a freelance special effects makeup artist and educator who came to special effects makeup vie community musical theater. She is the owner of Red Till Dead Design.
Season eight’s Logan Long is a working artist who owns his own company Logan Long Creative Works, LLC. The new papa has traveled around the country and to Beijing and Mumbai in pursuit of his passion and career.
Season ten’s Melissa Ebbe is the owner and creator at Feral Works where she creates film and game influenced masks and statues.
Season six’s Niko Gonzalez is a native of Puerto Rico. The special effects makeup artist has been involved in the world of entertainment since he was a child in San German. Along with his passion for special effect makeup, Niko holds a black belt in Tae Kwan Do.
Season seven’s Rachael Wagner is a special effects makeup artist who specializes in prosthetics who has worked with Fall Out Boy, the National Geographic, the Girl Scouts of America, the Metropolitan Opera, Universal Studios, Hyundai, Nerdist, Syfy, MGMT, Solar City, Sheroes Entertainment LLC , the Magic Castle, Bridge of Spies, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D,, and DragonCon.
Season seven’s Stella Sensel is a special effects makeup artist who specializes in the special effects aspect of makeup as a freelancer in New York City. Stella met her wife at an amateur Jell-O wrestling match.
Season six’s Tyler Green is the CEO of Creative Genius, LLC, an inventor, and a special effects makeup artist. When he isn’t teaching the next generation of makeup artists, Tyler is busy creating new inventions like The Wonderband Systems™ – a tool gripping system – or medical devices to aid children with neurological disorders.
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