Born in a small farm town in Ohio, Betty has always had a desire to entertain with a vintage flair. At 8 years old her mortified mother pulled her off of the stage of a local talent competition for singing Aerosmith’s “Ragdoll”. Thus, beginning her tradition of easing a crowd with her innocent look and then shocking them into loving her. Betty first debuted in the spring of 2006 and has since performed all over the Midwest and Northeastern parts of the US. She holds the titles of best all over for the 2012 Winter Variety Show and International Master of Tassels Burlypicks 2016. Betty’s style is a direct reflection of her eccentricity and huge imagination. She loves big props, elaborate costumes, old school theatrics, big juicy vocals and adding a surprise element to each number. You can find her taking it all off with her quirky brand of Burlesque, singing with her 90 Alt Rock cover band Rachel's Haircut or cheese caking in up in front of the camera!
10 year burlesque veteran. Betty helped ring in the new roaring age of burlesque in Columbus and has since been performing all over the mid-west. She is also a co-producer with Mon Cherie Entertainment.
Revolution Rosies is a podcast about bad ass women throughout history and modern day. Hosted by Betty and fellow stunner Vivienne Vega, they tie comedy, history, love and booze into 45 minutes of feel good shout outs to the baller babes that paved the way.
Starting with cheese cake and pinup modeling, Betty has also moved into boudoir, conceptual, fine art and fashion posing. Working with many local and out of state photographers and being published multiple times in independent magazines and local publications.