In the Long Shadow of Steel & Glass
Ms. Erin Avery is one of the many fish swimming in the boiling waters of Seattle SimSense Entertainment. Beautiful enough for it to be criminal, Avery is not without her charms, but without a firm-handed manager at the helm, Avery’s career has caromed all over the map, from low-budget and low-end to a few minor roles in major simsense blockbusters. In 2068, Avery was nominated for a Best Supporting Actress in ‘Zero-G – Zero-Love’, a story of about a paraplegic sociopath and mass murderer convalescing on an orbital station. Coasting since then, Avery’s career has at best plateaued, if not begun to free fall. Like most would-be pop stars, however, the maniacal desperation for celebrity tends to manifest in the most off-color of instances. Mixed in with appearances on various reality-sims and talk shows, Avery provides Seattle with cameos, passed out here and there, dancing lasciviously in this club or that. With talk of her 2066 cult hit ‘Terminator 3 & Zombies’ being re-released in 4-D (Smell-o-Vision), Avery has been hitting the talkshow stump hard.