Zoe Trilling is an American actress best known for appearing in a string of horror movies in the 80s, most notably "Night of the Demons 2" where she played bad girl Shirley Finnerty, one of the main antagonists in the movie.
Born Geralyn Mae Betzler on December 1, 1966 in New York City, she attended Horace Greeley High School in Chappaqua, New York where she studied dance, later becoming one of several dancers in "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" with Sarah Jessica Parker and Amelia "Mimi" Kinkade, her future "Demons" co-star in 1985. She later had roles in the TV shows, "Hunter," "21 Jump Street," "Guiding Light," "CBS Summer Playhouse," "MacGyver," "Jake and the Fatman" and "Married With Children." Her first movie appearances were in "Fear" and "Amityville: The Evil Escapes." She changed her screen name to "Zoe Trilling" for the movie "Reason for Living: The Jill Ireland Story." Her following list of movie credits includes "Nervous Ticks," "Dr. Giggles," "To Protect and Serve," "Night Terrors," "Hellbound," "Leprechaun 3," "The Sunchaser" and "Last Exit to Earth," but the one movie she seems to be known for more than anything else is "Night of the Demons 2" with Rod McCary, the second installment in the "Night of the Demons" trilogy. Her last known credit was the short,"My Pretty Little Girlfriend."
Not much is known about her later life, it is known she worked briefly as a choreographer at the American Ballroom in New York City before working as a human relations director for a company in Los Angeles. According to LinkedIn, she now works as a Human Relations Director at Watermark Financial in Los Angeles, California.