Acclaimed 70s and 80s actress Shelley Duvall is making her first film appearance in two decades with a cameo appearance in the movie "The Forrest Hills."
"It was a lot of fun and I'm excited to be back," Duvall told The Hollywood Reporter.
The film, written and directed by Scott Goldberg, stars Chico Mendez who plays a character full of issues who viewers are left guessing if he is a werewolf.
Duvall, who is 73, lives in Texas where she says she began in the industry in the early 1970s.
She says she left Los Angeles and Hollywood in the 1990s.
Shelley Duvall returns to acting in her first film in 20 years, indie horror-thriller ‘The Forest Hills.’— Film Updates (@FilmUpdates) October 28, 2022
It follows a disturbed man who is tormented by nightmarish visions, after enduring head trauma while camping in the Catskill Mountains. Duvall will play his mother. pic.twitter.com/vX5CXIOMzP
She spoke of the show "Dr. Phil" in an interview with the Hollywood Reporter talking about an appearance she made on the show in 2016.
"I found out the kind of person he is the hard way," Duvall said of host Phil McGraw.
She felt exploited she said.
"My mother didn’t like him, either. A lot of people ... said, 'You shouldn’t have done that, Shelley.'"