Dawn DuVurger is a person of many hats. She was born in Hungary in 1969, immigrated to America in
1976, and has since lived in locations all over the world. Dawn currently calls Mississippi home with her
husband and two kids. She has had many different jobs such as bar/restaurant work, military,
entertainment, and even a gator farm.
Dawn started her entertainment career in 1992 as a professional dancer and model, in 1998 she began
acting (with some voice acting) for film, TV, and stage, and since 2006 has been contributing to behind
the scenes jobs such as site location, bookings, promotions, and consulting. Her first film debut was the
movie Cremains, and her most recent work has been for Ghost Legends and After Hours Cinema, with
new projects filming currently in three locations.
Last year she co-founded the Supernatural Research Society with director Gene Hamil in order to
conduct scientifically founded investigations of the paranormal and as an educational tool to help
people learn more about the paranormal and metaphysical worlds that are so often misrepresented in
popular fiction and media. This group has been working closely with several shows and is planning on
launching a YouTube channels soon.
With degrees in paranormal studies, Abnormal Psychology, history, and geography with minors in
religion, classics, and anthropology she has a level of expertise to bring to projects and investigations
(the term career student comes to mind). A diverse background, international upbringing, and ton of
interesting and sometimes out right scary experience gives her a truly unique perspective.