Andrea Stefancikova, the multi-lingual sensation hailing from the heart of Eastern Europe, has a unique introduction in the new WWE action packed thriller COUNTDOWN, directed by John Stockwell (Blue Crush, Into The Blue, The L Word). Playing the young wife of the main villain played by Alexander Kalugin, she not only speaks Russian, but she flaunts her flawless figure in a tiny Brazilian bikini. She effortlessly handles the gun when in contact with the hero, the WWE fighter Dolph Ziggler – Nick Nemeth.
Andrea has appeared in a few features, TV films & shows including The Right Kind of Wrong (Ryan Kwanten), Kidnapped in Romania (Michael Madsen, Paul Sorvino, Maia Morgenstern), A Night for Dying Tigers (Jennifer Beals, Tygh Runyan), Hallmark’s The Mystery Cruise (Gail O’Grady), World of Trouble (Idris Elba), Kill Switch (Steven Seagal), Chris Haddock’s Intelligence and more. She starred in five feature films all to come out this year. Andrea is represented by Jamie Levitt of Lauren Levitt & Associates in Vancouver, BC, not having signed with a US management as of yet.
Andrea Stefancikova was born in Bratislava, at the time in a communist Czechoslovakia, now the capital of Slovakia, and immigrated to Vancouver in 1998 with her parents, brother and dog. Before she fully dedicated herself to her passion and followed her dream of being an actor, Andrea lived in many different countries and worked as a model. With really only having started in the industry in 2011, she has accumulated an impressive volume of work and is quickly making a name for herself. She is known for her relentless work ethic. Andrea is fluent in English, Italian, Slovak, Czech, conversational in Russian and Spanish, working on improving her French and German. She is also a certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher (KRI). Andrea danced since a young age (contemporary, jazz, ballet) and leisurely practices Argentin Tango, Salsa and Bachata.
Lionsgate’s and WWE Studio’s action thriller COUNTDOWN teams up the WWE superstars Dolph Ziggler and Kane (See No Evil). The film is directed by John Stockwell (Into The Blue, Blue Crush) and written by Richard Wenk (The Equalizer). It was filmed in Vancouver, BC in August, 2015 and released on April 5th, 2016. Traumatized by the loss of his young son, an officer defies the orders of his captain and tries to rescue a boy who has been kidnapped by a madman and rigged with explosives.
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