Lezlie Deane is an American singer, musician, rollerderby athlete, and actress who has starred in film, made television appearances and has toured the world as a rock musician. She was once best known for her roles in horror films including 976-EVIL, Girlfriend from Hell, and the hit horror movie Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare in the role of Tracy, and also her association with the controversial Dance-Pop band, Fem 2 Fem; however, her current band Scary Cherry and the Bang Bangs has created quite a buzz in the Glam Punk, Post-Punk Revival and Rock world where they have achieved cult status. Deane was born Leslie Denise Lonon, in Corsicana, Texas. Aside from her big screen roles, Deane has made guest appearances on such television shows as The Bronx Zoo, 21 Jump Street, Hunter, Freddy's Nightmares, Dynasty, and Pacific Blue. She was also once a member of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders squad. In the 1990s she was recruited by producers Peter Rafelson and Michael Lewis to join the dance-pop group Fem2fem, and toured Europe and North America as an opening act for Nine Inch Nails and Marilyn Manson. Songs from their second album, Animus, generated three top-40 singles, including Obsession and Where Did Love Go?, reaching #1 on the British import charts. After touring with NIN, Lezlie recorded early demos of songs with musicians Josh Freese, Danny Lohner, and Robyn Finck. Fem2Fem is also remembered for an appearance in PLAYBOY magazine.