Betsy Russell

Betsy Russell
'''Betsy Russell''' (born September 6, 1963) is an American actress, who's biggest fame is probably the ''Saw'' movies, where she plays Jill Tuck, the serial killers wife. ==Biography== ===Early life=== Betsy was born in San Diego, California, the daughter of Constance (née Lerner) and Richard Lion Russell, a stock analyst.

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Birthday
1963-09-06
Nickname
Betsy
Birthname
Elizabet Russell
Sign
Virgo
Hometown
San Diego CA
Country
United States
Ethnicity
White
Height
5'5"
Weight
125
Job
TV And Film Actress
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Smoking Hot Body Nice 34C Breasts
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Stopped Appearing In Nude Film Scenes After The Late 1980s
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Betsy Russell (born September 6, 1963) is an American actress, who's biggest fame is probably the Saw movies, where she plays Jill Tuck, the serial killers wife.

Betsy Russell Biography

Early life

Betsy was born in San Diego, California, the daughter of Constance (née Lerner) and Richard Lion Russell, a stock analyst. Her maternal grandfather was journalist and educator Max Lerner. Russell wanted to be an actress since age eight and started acting in school plays. She appeared in a Pepsi commercial that was taped locally while in high school. After graduating from Mission Bay High School in 1981, she moved to Los Angeles and began taking acting classes and waitress jobs before her first role.

Career

Russell's first role was in the 1982 film Let's Do It! That same year, she landed roles on T.J. Hooker and Family Ties. In 1983, Russell's breakout role came as Jordan Leigh-Jenson in the sex comedy, Private School. While shooting the film Avenging Angel, she was offered to audition for the 1985 film Silverado but turned it down. She said in an interview, "Everything happens for a reason. I always believe my career would have been different had I done that part. I can’t say if it would have been better or worse. I’ve had a good run".

Betsy would go on to star in a series of B movies in the 1980s including Tomboy, and Cheerleader Camp. In addition to films, Russell also appeared in guest parts on such hit TV series as The A-Team, Murder, She Wrote, 1st & Ten, and an episode of Superboy, which was a reunion with her Tomboy co-star Gerard Christopher.

After a brief retirement from acting, Russell appeared in a small role in Saw III playing John Kramer's ex-wife, Jill Tuck. She went on to star in the sequels, Saw IV, Saw V, Saw VI, and Saw 3D. She played a role in the 2010 films Chain Letter and Mandrate. She also has a role in the upcoming 2012 made for the SyFy Channel film and My Trip Back to the Dark Side.

Personal and family life

In August 1988, Betsy was engaged to actor Vincent Van Patten, son of Dick Van Patten. They were married nine months later on May 27, 1989 in North Hollywood. Their wedding reception was at Patten's father Sherman Oaks home which was attended by Alan Alda, Carl Reiner, Valerie Perrine, Mel Brooks and Anne Bancroft, Wayne Gretzky and Janet Jones, Hugh Hefner and Kimberley Conrad. They divorced in 2001 and have two children; Richard Van Patten (March 1993) and Vincent Van Patten, Jr. (September 3, 1995) Russell was once engaged to producer Mark Burg. Betsy holds a master's degree in spiritual psychology from the University of Santa Monica. She presently resides in Malibu, California.

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