Kita Updike Stars in Prime Video Series ‘The Horror of Dolores Roach’


( ENSPIRE Entertainment ) Kita Updike Models For Vogue and The New York Times

ENSPIRE Contributor: Gabrielle Maya 

Kita Updike is featured in the new upcoming series “The Horror of Dolores Roach”. AlliedMulticultural is excited to work on this series starring Alejandro Hernandez as Luis, Kita Updike as Morris, and Justina Machado as the protagonist Dolores Roach. This original Prime Video was produced by Amazon Studios, Spotify, and Blumhouse. This series was directed by Roxann Dawson, Edward Ornelas, America Young, Hiromi Kamata, and Eduardo Sanchez. Some producers included Aaron Mark, Dara Resnik, Gloria Calderon Kellett, Roxann Dawson, Daphne Rubin-Vega, and Jason Blum.

“The Horror of Dolores Roach” is a comedy, horror, drama based on the Spotify podcast of the same name. This modern Sweeney Todd-inspired story follows the protagonist Dolores Roach, who has been released from her sixteen-year prison sentence. She now works as a massage therapist in the basement of an empanada shop in Washington Heights. There is a more twisted turn as the story unfolds, but don’t take my word for it. 

Kita Updike

Furthermore, Kita Updike is an actress with a background of half-Chippewa and half-African American. If she’s not acting, she is modeling. Updike has posed for Vogue and New York Times Style Magazine. She has also done stage work with The Public Theater, Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, LAByrinth Theater Company, and Women’s Project (WP) Theater. Kita Updike is a tremendous force, the camera on her whether in a film or for a magazine.

“The Horror of Dolores Roach” is a  story, a macabre urban legend with love, betrayal, and survival of the fittest themes. “The Horror of Dolores Roach” will premiere this Summer. Go follow their Instagram page to see updates. Interested in Kita Updike’s modeling? Go follow Updike on Instagram. To view the trailer of “The Horror of Dolores Roach” click below.

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