Tempast Wulf, an American actress, model and mother of two, is of Dutch, German and Native American decent. During the early years of her career, Tempast's main focus was raising her children and modeling as a hobby. In 2012, she shifted her attention from modeling to acting full time.
Successful navigation of acting and modeling includes runway modeling for magazines and local charities, runner up for Miss Teen Nevada, as well as modeling in magazines and runways while living in Germany. After returning to the USA, Wulf's first movie appearance was in 1997's "Fathers day" with Billy Crystal, Robin Williams and Julia Luis Dreyfus. A 2007 brand model for NASCAR with Ryan Newman led to a commercial for International Auto Sports.
Roles in the 2012 independent film "Demons Rook" and also as an extra on the set of Vampire Diaries solidified acting as her goal.
Tempast's training includes classes in Improv, Character Building, Voice over, Cold Reading, Audition Prep, Motion Capture and Vocal Training, Music Appreciation, Drama, Scene Study, Photography, Martial Arts, Equestrian, Weapon Handling, and Writing.
Her recent acting roles include the maid in "Zombie Socks" with Michael Aaron Milligan and Kristoph Wulf; "Bloated Minds", starring Ricardo Pamela and Chas Harvey; "Tinker Steampunk Series", starring Johnnie Saiko, Erika Mariko Olsen and Julienne Davis. She appears as "Tomassa" in Carlos Dunn's "I Thought You Were a Nice Guy" from director Charles Bailey and Diana in "The Amazon Princess" written by Greg Daye, based on a best-selling comic book.
Curious and ambitious, Wulf's desire to produce was only natural. Joining with Containment Field Studio offered the chance to co-produce on Tinker Steam-punk Series, while also filming Bad Guys, and participating in Pin up for a Day and photo-shoots for a biker documentary and magazine.
Other specialties includes full tactical weapons training, Martial Arts and Heavy Equipment Operating. She's proficient with hand guns, automatic rifles and shotguns and hand to hand combat including knife and firearm disarmament.
In 2013, Tempast began her own brand and merchandising franchise selling her artwork online. Tempast, after losing her Grandmother, Mother, Aunt, Uncle and numerous friends to cancer, has dedicated a portion of the proceeds from her merchandise and art sales to support Cancer research each year
An avid animal lover, activist and "rescuer", Tempast has rescued everything from snakes, hedgehogs and possums to bandaging up injuries birds, cats and any other animal that would find its way to her.