Bobbie Weiner

At 46 years old, Bobbie Weiner, a.k.a. "Bloody Mary," started a new career by going to makeup school in 1993 for the film and TV industry. After her first horror film, "Pumpkinhead II," she was nicknamed "Bloody Mary" by the crew. Weiner went on to work with Johnny Cash, Sugar Ray Leonard, Katharine Helmond, Danny Trejo, Loretta Swit and many more. She has been written up in national and international magazines. Weiner even went on to be the makeup magician who transformed hundreds of actors in the mega-hit movie "Titanic" into blue-lipped, icicle covered corpses. Today Weiner owns and operates a multimillion-dollar makeup company. She is the  #1 supplier of camouflage face paint for the U.S. Deptartment of Defense, has a line of Halloween makeup, "Bloody Mary," and has a full line of sports fan makeup kits in team specific colors which sells worldwide for all sports. Weiner is also known for "Secrets of a Hollywood Makeup Artist: How to Look 5 to 7 years Younger." She created the comic book titled "Tales of Bloody Mary," which sells worldwide. Weiner’s book,  "I Can Do This: The Real Bloody Mary Story," is available now.