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Hey there, folks!

For those of you wondering where the hell is Victoria Morsell, the actress who played Adrienne Delaney - I have the answer!

She is no longer an actress. In 1998 she married David Hemingson, a producer who works for ABC, so now her name is Victoria Hemingson. Here's her Facebook profile:

https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100004528009186&fref=ts

I've attached a few pictures I found of her, her sons and her dog (from 2014).

Mystery solved. You're welcome!
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Post edited November 23, 2015 by MisterSurrealist
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MisterSurrealist: Hey there, folks!

For those of you wondering where the hell is Victoria Morsell, the actress who played Adrienne Delaney - I have the answer!

She is no longer an actress. In 1998 she married David Hemingson, a producer who works for ABC, so now her name is Victoria Hemingson. Here's her Facebook profile:

[url=] https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100004528009186&fref=ts [/url]

I've attached a few pictures I found of her, her sons and her dog (from 2014).

Mystery solved. You're welcome!
Paul Morgan Stetler (Curtis Craig) is also on facebook. Looks a bit older obviously but you can't miss him.
Had to write when I saw the thread...;) The one thing that has always grated on me about P1 is the fact that Stetler and Morsell had absolutely *zero* chemistry between them. From the moment I saw the game when it was new I could not suspend my disbelief enough to overcome my aversion to the two of them as a couple as portrayed in P1. They simply did not "click" at all and I was actually turned off by their performance. (Still am, all these years later.) It isn't that either actor performed badly, really--just that their on-screen personae seemed much more likely to repel each other than to attract each other. It's just me, I know, but rarely do these impressions hit me with such force as this one did. Can't explain it any better than that, unfortunately. It's just kind of a visceral disbelief that I feel when watching the characters as portrayed by them in P1.
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waltc: Had to write when I saw the thread...;) The one thing that has always grated on me about P1 is the fact that Stetler and Morsell had absolutely *zero* chemistry between them. From the moment I saw the game when it was new I could not suspend my disbelief enough to overcome my aversion to the two of them as a couple as portrayed in P1. They simply did not "click" at all and I was actually turned off by their performance. (Still am, all these years later.) It isn't that either actor performed badly, really--just that their on-screen personae seemed much more likely to repel each other than to attract each other. It's just me, I know, but rarely do these impressions hit me with such force as this one did. Can't explain it any better than that, unfortunately. It's just kind of a visceral disbelief that I feel when watching the characters as portrayed by them in P1.
I have to agree with you on that. I didn't feel any chemistry between them, but I think that actually helped the later part of the game. I totally believed Don wanted to murder Adrienne.

By the way, the actor who played Adrienne's husband in P1 is called DAVID HOMB.
Paul Morgan Stetler was "Curtis Craig", the main character of P2. I think he would've been more believable as Adrienne's husband.

David Homb's Facebook profile: https://www.facebook.com/david.homb.3
Post edited November 23, 2015 by MisterSurrealist
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MisterSurrealist: I have to agree with you on that. I didn't feel any chemistry between them, but I think that actually helped the later part of the game. I totally believed Don wanted to murder Adrienne.

By the way, the actor who played Adrienne's husband in P1 is called DAVID HOMB.
Paul Morgan Stetler was "Curtis Craig", the main character of P2. I think he would've been more believable as Adrienne's husband.

David Homb's Facebook profile: https://www.facebook.com/david.homb.3
Thanks for the correction...;) Glad I wasn't the only one who had that reaction to the two of them! Yes it did help later on, but still, even then it would have been more convincing (imo) if he'd been a complete stranger...As far as (the real) Stetler is concerned--yep, he would have been much more convincing as her husband in P1. Because of the disparity in casting, P1 didn't have the punch it likely would have had if their relationship had started out as "compatible couple" devolving into madness and horror--instead of "unlikely couple", or "mismatched couple," etc.
For the record, not only is David Homb also on facebook, but he has a Phantasmagoria screenshot as his cover photo.
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cbingham: For the record, not only is David Homb also on facebook, but he has a Phantasmagoria screenshot as his cover photo.
So?
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cbingham: For the record, not only is David Homb also on facebook, but he has a Phantasmagoria screenshot as his cover photo.
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SocialDeception: So?
I just think it's cool that he still has that 20 years after the game came out. Neither Morsell nor Stetler have any Phantasmagoria photos on their page as far as I can see, nor did I expect them to. The game is 20 years old, and I assume they have been doing other things since then, and I wouldn't even be surprised if they forgot that they appeared in a 20-year-old computer game that wasn't even that popular 20 years ago. But, apparently Homb remembers it fondly, and I find that cool. It's not that I would think less of him if he didn't have it or that I think less of Morsell or Stetler for not having those cover photos. It was just an unexpected smile on my face seeing Homb have that facebook cover photo
The actor who did Malcolm is long gone. Not that that should surprise anyone. Died in 1999. The actress who did his nurse is also dead (2008). Amazingly enough, the actor who did Harv (the drain cleaner store owner) and the actress who did Lou Ann (or whatever it is) were still alive at the time this post was written. They were in their 70's. I can't find any information on the actress who did Harriet, so I don't know if she's alive
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waltc: Had to write when I saw the thread...;) The one thing that has always grated on me about P1 is the fact that Stetler and Morsell had absolutely *zero* chemistry between them. From the moment I saw the game when it was new I could not suspend my disbelief enough to overcome my aversion to the two of them as a couple as portrayed in P1. They simply did not "click" at all and I was actually turned off by their performance. (Still am, all these years later.) It isn't that either actor performed badly, really--just that their on-screen personae seemed much more likely to repel each other than to attract each other. It's just me, I know, but rarely do these impressions hit me with such force as this one did. Can't explain it any better than that, unfortunately. It's just kind of a visceral disbelief that I feel when watching the characters as portrayed by them in P1.
Hi,
you don't seem to know that Morsell and Homb have been dating for a while after the shooting. Also during most of the duration of the game the character of Gordon is possesed by a demon and by this behaving like a real asshole. Now can their be positive achemy between two people when one is a real pain in the ass? I don't think so. Taking in account that the two actors started dating afterwards, I think that there was in real life a positive alchemy between them and since - and I agree that you only see the negative alchemy between the two characters - they knew to transform this positive alchemy into negative alchemy says a lot about the actors and/or director.
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waltc: Had to write when I saw the thread...;) The one thing that has always grated on me about P1 is the fact that Stetler and Morsell had absolutely *zero* chemistry between them. From the moment I saw the game when it was new I could not suspend my disbelief enough to overcome my aversion to the two of them as a couple as portrayed in P1. They simply did not "click" at all and I was actually turned off by their performance. (Still am, all these years later.) It isn't that either actor performed badly, really--just that their on-screen personae seemed much more likely to repel each other than to attract each other. It's just me, I know, but rarely do these impressions hit me with such force as this one did. Can't explain it any better than that, unfortunately. It's just kind of a visceral disbelief that I feel when watching the characters as portrayed by them in P1.
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Rivan69: Hi,
you don't seem to know that Morsell and Homb have been dating for a while after the shooting. Also during most of the duration of the game the character of Gordon is possesed by a demon and by this behaving like a real asshole. Now can their be positive achemy between two people when one is a real pain in the ass? I don't think so. Taking in account that the two actors started dating afterwards, I think that there was in real life a positive alchemy between them and since - and I agree that you only see the negative alchemy between the two characters - they knew to transform this positive alchemy into negative alchemy says a lot about the actors and/or director.
You really like the word alchemy, don't you? :)