Tribeca Film Festival 2017 Spotlight: Georgia Ximenes Lifsher


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Georgia Ximenes Lifsher is an alluring performer whose personage has sizzled on film, television and theatre. She is appearing on “The Bleeder”, the drama about the life of heavyweight boxer Chuck Wepner where he was the influential figure behind the making of Sly Stallone’s Rocky. Chuck was known for lasting 15 Rounds with GOAT Muhammad Ali. The era of the ’70s is so hot now so except Georgia to dazzle in those glitter threads in her role as Rachel who we can see from the trailer is in the company of Liev Schreiber’s Chuck.

Certainly the bygone era is her playground having also guest-starred on the hit series “Boardwalk Empire” which was set during the dawn of Prohibition. She was in quite the saucy mode as Kitty, the flapper girl who could be said to have one of the best derrières of that time. Georgia also had a supporting role in the critically acclaimed drama “We Need To Talk About Kevin” starring Tilda Swinton which was set in the early 1990s. She has also been part of film festival favourites such as “Like Sunday, Like Rain” alongside Gossip Girl’s Leighton Meester and inter-cultural drama “Amira & Sam”.

Her seductiveness had also enriched the stage having starred in the play “The Triumph of Innocence”. Dressed as a Bettie Page-style dominatrix, articulating words from the transcripts of the trial of Lizzie Borden.

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With her kittenish appeal, there’ll be a flood of admirers falling at the feet of the strikingly beautiful Georgia Ximenes Lifsher.

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