Calico Cooper, daughter of shock rock legend Alice Cooper, got her start in the entertainment industry when she was hired by her father at age 18 to choreograph and bring to life his nightmarish characters on stage on his Brutal Planet world tour.
Eleven world tours and eight full stage shows to her credit later, she had carved a niche and a massive fan base for herself in the horror industry having become infamous for playing alongside Alice as "Nurse Rosetta" and "Cold Ethyl".
Voted one of MAXIM'S "20 hottest rock star daughters", she began gaining notoriety and started filming indy horror movies and short films. Excelling in comedy, she scored a role for herself as the ball-busting sexually manipulative boss Lila Black in the multiple award winning comedy series "Bloomers".
Feature films ensued such as the cult award winning film "Thirty Proof Coil", in which Calico played a kidnapped mentally unstable college student. Reviewers said...
Cooper is on screen for nearly every second of the film's 120 minute running time, and there is not a wasted moment. She delivers a sucker punch of a performance, with bristling physicality and a desperate charm...
- Boise Weekly
She has been trained by some of the industry greats such as "The Stella Adler Academy of Acting", The Groundlings, The Upright Citizens Brigade, Ivana Chubbuck, and Margie Haber.
Cooper then joined the film 13-13-13 for Asylum and scored another critically acclaimed performance portraying a pedophile mother in the disturbing film "Family Time".
Recently, she played the murderess Jane Miller on the hit CBS show "Hawaii 5-0", and appears on Nickelodeon's "Henry Danger" as supervillain Tabitha.