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Some of us are drawn to the color Red like a bull in Spain, relentless, fixed, and pure. Less than four percent of the world population has naturally red hair. That is less than two percent in America. The gene for Ginger hair was discovered in 1995 and this discovery got little attention. This is not consistent as red heads have gotten lots of it. Some negative such as the association with witches and a crazy temper. Some are positive, such as our love for Lucy, The Little Mermaid, and the Feminist icon of Lilith, the first wife of Adam who insisted on sexual equality...
Elizabeth hates tooting her own horn. Currently living in LA she is pretty sick of everyone talking about themselves. Yet for Christmas someone bought her a horn. So toot toot and then lets drop it kids. Elizabeth’s charm and talents are at endless supply. She is a singer, writer, actress, model, and trained dancer, feminist, and pet adoption volunteer. She also gives out coins on the street and is never mean to small children. Elizabeth has experience in the areas of reggae, hip hop, ballet, tap dancing, and burlesque.
She moved to Los Angeles in September of 2001. She was considering Montréal, but after weathering the cold in New York and London it was time to hang up the scarf and pull out the sun block (SPF 45).
Elizabeth was born in Colorado Springs. When she was three weeks old she moved onto the Air Force base in Kaiserslautern, Germany. She grew up between Europe and the United States. At twenty one she studied Theatre at St. Edmunds Hall at Oxford University and soon after earned a degree in Theatre and in Feminist Studies.
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ELIZABETH johansen © 2005