Actor Asia Argento
Appearance Land of the Dead
Status Alive
Ethnicity Caucasian-American

Slack is one of the main protagonists of Land of the Dead.


Slack was one of the residents of Fiddler's Green, and was forced to become a prostitute. She tried to help the poor of the city, for which Paul Kaufman has her used as part of a gamble in a zombie ring at Chihuahua's joint.

When Charlie and Riley Denbo see Slack being forced to fight two attacking zombies in a ring, the formers kill both zombies, for which all three of them are imprisoned.

When Cholo uses the stolen Dead Reckoning to hold the city for ransom, Riley, Slack and Charlie are released from prison to go on a mission, and prepare to go on a mission with Manolete, Motown and Pillsbury to stop Cholo. They head to the army post to get a vehicle, but find it destroyed by a zombie attack.

While Slack and Charlie stay with the jeep, Charlie shoots a zombie behind Slack without telling her and making it seem that he was aiming at her. Slack then gets even with Charlie by doing the same to kill a zombie lurking behind him.

They drive off in the direction of Dead Reckoning, which Riley is tracking with a homing device. After Slack discovers Manolete has been bitten, she mercifully kills him. The group finds Dead Reckoning, and capture Cholo and his group. While Foxy and Cholo depart into the wilderness, Riley, Slack, and the rest of the group along with Pretty Boy return to the city in Dead Reckoning.

When the group finally reach the gates of Fiddler's Green, they find they city overrun with zombies, and everyone seemingly dead. Riley orders Pretty Boy to fire at the gates, which she does. Dozens of survivors then come out of hiding, with plans to rebuild the city free of Kaufman's tyranny. They offer Riley's group to stay and help them, but they decline. As Riley, Slack, Charlie, Pillsbury and Cholo's ex-group prepare to leave for Canada, they see Big Daddy leading his zombie army out of the city.

Slack and the group then depart north in Dead Reckoning, firing the fireworks they no longer need into the sky to celebrate.