American actress and clothing entrepreneur Sheri Moon Zombie rode the crest of fame to cult status in the late '90s and early 2000s, largely via her many collaborations with boyfriend and then husband Rob Zombie. The latter, of course, is the controversial heavy metal rocker and White Zombie progenitor who created the gore-fest features House of 1000 Corpses (2002), The Devil's Rejects (2005), and Halloween (2007). Sheri essentially followed Rob's lead, first by appearing in his music videos (and those of other metal bands), then by signing for meaty roles in each of her husband's films. She was particularly visible in House and Rejects, as Baby, the sexy yet lethal backwoods maniac with a penchant for butchering almost everyone with the most gruesome methods devisable. In 2008, director Mr. Lawrence devised an onscreen animated version of Sheri Moon Zombie, Suzi X (and had the actress voice the character), in The Haunted World of El Superbeasto. Meanwhile, Moon Zombie branched out into a wholly different arena, founding and marketing her own goth-themed clothing line, Total Skull.