LA Film Fest 2014 Spotlight: Indie Princess Bettina Skye


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Bettina Skye has the amazing chameleon-like ability to pique our interest, fearlessly taking on bold characters with amazing spunk. In 2012, she won the award of Best Actress in the Hudson Valley following in the footsteps of Melissa Leo and Vera Farmiga who won in the 2 years previously. Watch her in “Uncertain Terms”, the dramedy about a makeshift place for pregnant teens and while there’s no trailer lying around, the story is bound to touch the heart. One of her more intriguing projects is “Blue Suede”, an action thriller set in Chinatown and she stars alongside female martial arts icon Cynthia Rothrock. Check out her interview (above) as she talks about her role as Jasmine Pizzano, an Italian with a mean streak. Known for her portrayals as the grittiest of women, this is right up her alley.

Bettina did assume the part of civil war hero Elizabeth Lew in an episode of “Mysteries at the Museum” on the travel channel and played the starring role of serial killer Sasha Greenway in “Escape from Kings Park”. If you’re a fan of “Cake Boss”, she will also be appearing on the hit reality show as well as opposite comic hero Bronson Pinchot in the “Kung Fu and Titties”, the raunchy comedy with Scream Queens Seregon O’Dassey and Raine Brown. With her track record of being a vision of diversity, Bettina may soon be regarded as one of the must-followed women on the independent scene.

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