Betsy Sodaro
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Any entertainer worth their salt will tell you that getting an audience to laugh consistently is one of the most difficult things in entertainment. The wits and craft required isn’t something that can be simply acquired by training, you just have to have it in you naturally. To the few blessed with this uncanny ability to crack people up, its an effortless adventure. Watching Betsy Sodaro in her element, it becomes immediately clear that she’s having fun getting paid.

Betsy Sodaro’s Bio

Sodaro was born on the 10th of June 1984 in Breckenridge, Colorado, to Craig Sodaro, and Sue Sodaro. As a four-year-old, Betsy’s talent for the theatrical was already obvious as she had started performing at her father’s shows. Her father, Craig, was a children’s playwright and he provided the young comedian her first platform for stage performance. Her father’s plays were focused on melodrama which perhaps influenced her comical style.

There is no information about Betsy’s High School but it is on record to that she graduated from the Western State Colorado University in 2006 where she graduated with a degree in Communications and Theater.

In 2010, Betsy had her first foray into the mainstream entertainment scene with her appearance in Matt Besser’s Comedy Central sketch pilot This Show Will Get You High. Her next project was in 2012 when she co-starred in the NBC sitcom called Animal Practice. She has also had recurring roles on Another Period, and Big Time in Hollywood.

She has several TV show credits to her name, they include Raising Hope, Comedy Bang Bang, and Kroll Show amongst a few others. Betsy also appeared in the films Monsters University and the romantic comedy The To-Do List directed by Maggie Carrey. She provided the voicing for the character ‘Gate’ in the 2018 Chinese based computer-animated science fiction action film, The Next-Gen.

Betsy Sodaro
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Betsy Sodaro also makes appearances on podcasts like Hollywood Handbook, The Hooray Show with Horatio, The Andy Daly Podcast Pilot Project, Comedy Bang! Bang! among others.

Who Is Betsy Sodaro’s Husband/Partner?

Many celebrities are increasingly opting to keep their personal lives private. This is no easy feat considering how social media has become an integral part of modern life. Any avid follower on Betsy’s social media handles will attest to the fact that she rarely posts private details online, so on 15 June 2017, when she announced via a post on Instagram that she was engaged to Drew Tarvera lot of folks were pleasantly surprised. Drew Tarver is one of Sodaro’s improv members.

Drew popped the question while they were on a tour of Japan, but they haven’t made public any further developments in their relationship. It is safe to say things are working just fine and the date of the wedding is yet to be fixed.

Family

Betsy’s journey into entertainment would have been incomplete without the active support of her immediate family. As previously mentioned, her mother’s name is Sue Sodaro and her father is Craig Sodaro. Her father is a Chicago born playwright who holds a degree in Journalism and English from Marquette University. With a writing career spanning over three decades, Craig is an author of over 150 plays published by various publishers across the United States. Betsy’s earliest memories and experiences in acting and stage performance were with his dad’s scripts.

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Net Worth

Betsy Sodaro has been active in the comedy industry for several years. The much she has accomplished so far has been through a sheer dint of creativity and hard work. She makes a living as an actress, voice actress, and comedian. She has had successful appearances on Another Period, Clipped, Animal Practice and  Nailed It, among others. Though her salary and earnings on each of her project are unknown, her net worth is put at $700,000.

Other Facts About Betsy Sodaro 

1. Betsy has three sisters – Katie, Sally & Amy.

2. Betsy is an accomplished voice actor and has lent her voice to animations such as Right Now Kapow, and All Hail King Julien, among others.

3. She credits Chris Farley as one of the major influences on her career.

4. Betsy is a regular face at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre where she performs with the improv teams.

5. She and her partner have quite the social media fan base. She is active on Instagram with an impressive number of followers.

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