I grew up in the small town of Tehachapi, Ca. The town has 3 stoplights and you can ride your horse to the store. I have always loved entertaining people and making them laugh. I joined the Show choir in High school and traveled to New York where we performed at Ground Zero a song about hope. After High School, I started working at Lowes and that is where I met my husband. We now have two daughters. While I was pregnant with my 2nd daughter, I suffered a huge accident involving a gun. Halloween night, my cousin decided to show my husband the used gun he had bought for protection. When he pulled the slide back on the gun it fired and hit me in my right thigh. It was a 40 caliper Springfield. Long story short, the bullet nicked my sciatic nerve so I can no longer lift up my right foot. I was depressed about it for awhile, but then I decided to channel my emotions into acting. I landed the first two roles I auditioned for and so we decided to move from our small town to Los Angeles and give it a shot. Now here I am giving it my all and I am having a blast.
Unique traits: I can do a lot of different character voices and accents. I am very outgoing and I talk to everyone around me.
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