Once upon a time there was a little girl who grew up in Colorado and dreamed of becoming a great actress. Despite a small mishap at the age of seven in the forest with some fairies she pursued her dream with an infectious laugh and a vigor that inspired even the notoriously grumpy trolls. With a book in her hand and wonderful companions by her side this girl grew into a woman whose adventures took her to Europe, Thailand and even the far reaches of Antarctica.
An adventurous and curious lass, this girl spent her sixteenth year abroad in the small but delightful walled city of Dinan in the kingdom of France. There she learned all things French, from the language to the culture to the secrets of the perfect crepe. She then studied at the great educational institution of Barnard in the kingdom of New York where she earned her BA in Theatre and English. Desirous of culture beyond that offered by her studies stateside, she spent time studying acting in the glorious United Kingdom under the auspices of BADA (British American Drama Academy).
Her adventures continued and she spent a year at The Astors' Beachwood Mansion in Newport in the kingdom of Rhode Island where she portrayed lady Charlotte Drayton and a perky French domestic by the name of Mady Auber. She then traveled north to the tiny yet fierce kingdom of New Hampshire where she took up a position as a traveling troubadour and toured the kingdoms of New York, New Jersey and the entire eastern seaboard.
Knowing that the time had come to settle in on her career pursuits, she had one last grand adventure in the glorious kingdom of Antarctica where she spent a year at the Station of McMurdo. A brief trip to Western Samoa and a six-week expedition to Thailand later, she was ready.
In January of the year 2005, her fierce love of acting brought her to the fiefdom of Los Angeles where she, Bodicea, Hunter Augustus and Molls, her enchanted creatures, have made their home ever since.