BOBBIE WEINER AKA BLOODY MARY
SPEAKER / ENTREPRENEUR / HUMANITARIAN
Bobbie Weiner, internationally known makeup artist, is the owner and President of Bobbie Weiner Enterprises LLC, a product development company she started 20 years ago in a garage in San Diego, CA. after finishing the Special Effects makeup for the dead, frozen, floating actors in James Cameron’s hit film, “Titanic.” The US Department of Defense recognizes Bobbie as their #1 supplier of Camouflage Face Paint for our military.
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FX makeup artist Bobbie Weiner is a master of transformation: She’s created fake burns, bullet holes, and frostbite. Known around Hollywood as “Bloody Mary,” she even turned 200 extras on the set of the blockbuster Titanic into drowned, frozen corpses. But Weiner’s most dramatic reinvention was of herself.