Tami Stronach (The NeverEnding Story) Chats To BRWC

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By Angie Sinclair.

Never-Ending Story remains as popular today as it was when it was first released.

Tami Stronach, who played the ‘Child-like Empress’ in Wolfgang Peterson’s hit film, talks about the film’s legacy and the impact landing the role had on her as an 11 year old schoolgirl.

Thirty years on, Tami is busy putting together a new album and show for families and children.

Thirty years ago, we fell in love with her Child-like Empress when she beckoned Bastian to call her name. Now, the star of the 80s hit is back – ready to invade both the film and music world with her new family label and a Luck Dragon-sized load of exciting new projects.

Never-Ending Story, which won several awards over 1984 and 1985, was a global hit.

The movie, which catapulted Stronach to stardom, has been a huge inspiration in pop culture and is just as popular today as it was when it was first released.

After a couple of decades of making dance and theater in NYC, Tami has now turned her attention to laying the foundation for a content shop that makes ‘family friendly’ work – not unlike “Never-Ending Story”. The brand is called Paper Canoe Company, which she founded with husband, Greg.

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