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It’s Elisabeth Röhm Vs. SyFy’s “Mega Shark vs Mecha Shark” [PICS]

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German-born beauty Elisabeth Röhm is well known in geek circles thanks to her recurring roles on two legendarily geeky series, Angel and Heroes. She’s also well known for her work in critically acclaimed films like American Hustle, The Kreutzer Sonata, and Deconstructing Harry. Now she’s taking on her most challenging role yet in the Asylum original Mega Shark vs Mecha Shark–which debuted in January but is airing tonight at 9pm as a part of SyFy’s “Sharknado Week.”

It’s virtually impossible to believe by looking at her, but Elisabeth turned 41 this past April and pretty much conclusively proves that 40 is the new 20. Think about it, she has all of the devastating good looks of someone half her age, but with the wisdom, experience, and maturity that being 40 brings. It’s a win-win, all the way around.

She also knows a thing or two about keeping herself in peak physical condition. She honestly looks like she’s in better shape now than she was 15 years ago on Angel. Maybe she’s discovered the fountain of youth and she’s protecting it. That makes us Ponce de Léon, willing to sacrifice our lives to get to share in the secret with her. We’re going to keep right on exploring all the way into the night…

COED Writer
I am an associate editor at Mr. Skin & Fleshbot, a film critic at PopulationGO, and a dad to two wonderful little girls who love me very much, and have no clue what daddy does for a living. I spend most of my time worrying about the day when they discover what I do for a living. @facebook @twitter @website

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