Cortney Palm

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Cortney Palm
Born (1987-02-20) February 20, 1987 (age 31)
Castle Rock, CO, USA
Occupation Actress, Author
Years active 2006–present

Cortney Palm (born February 20, 1987) is an American actress and author known for portraying Zoe in the 2014 film Zombeavers and the titular role in the 2012 film Sushi Girl.


Palm began her acting career with a starring role as the Ghost Girl in the 2006 direct-to-video production of The Woodland Haunting 2.[1] This role earned her an uncredited role in Greg Mottola's comedy Superbad. After only two years in independent films, Palm returned in 2009 to larger productions in Dana Schroeder's horror-thriller Lost Soul. This was followed by small roles in Fragile Hearts (2010), Sunday Morning High (2009) and Where's Tuesday Monday?. In 2010, she appeared in a small uncredited role in Tim Burton's fantasy film Alice in Wonderland.

In 2011 she was cast by Kern Saxton for the titular role in his 2012 thriller Sushi Girl.[2] Although this was not her first foray into feature films, she was credited as "Introducing Cortney Palm."

Palm was then cast as the model Maria, who meets a grimly fate in Steven C. Miller's Silent Night, a loose remake of Charles E. Sellier Jr.’s 1984 classic Silent Night, Deadly Night.[3]


Year Title Role
2006 The Woodland Haunting 2 Ghost Girl
2007 Superbad Party Guest
2009 Lost Soul Abigail
Sunday Morning High Tabitha
Where's Tuesday Monday? Charity
2010 Alice in Wonderland Red Queen's Court
Fragile Hearts (short) Tracy Campbell
Slings and Arrows (short) Lori
The Haymaker (short) Stacy
2011 $lowdown (short) Sarah
Denton Rose's Short's Actress
Losing Ferguson (short) Rebecca
See How They Run
2012 Sushi Girl Sushi Girl
Silent Night Maria
The Hit Girl The Girl
Gemini Rising
Hallow Pointe
2013 Everlasting Kami
2014 Zombeavers Zoe
2017 The Dark Tapes Nicole
Death House Agent Toria Boon
Assumption (voice)
Up North (Comedy TV Series) (Episode narrator as herself)


  1. ^ name="Ghostgirl">"Cortney Palm Bio". 
  2. ^ "Cortney Palm (Cast 7)". 
  3. ^ "Cortney Palm Bringing Some Wasabi Heat to Silent Night". 

External links

  • Cortney Palm on IMDb
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