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Mini Bio (1)

Born in the tiny town of Palatka, this only child was raised in the Florida sunshine. It all began when her parents met at the Azalea Festival. Her mom was a contestant in the beauty pageant and her dad was a judge. Guess who won. Krystee spent most of her childhood in St. Petersburg where she cherished the most beautiful beaches in the world.

Her talents were nurtured from the start. She tried her hand at everything from dancing and singing to playing piano and the flute, from ice-skating and horse back riding, to juggling and twirling the baton. This three time state champion twirler had Olympic dreams! Unfortunately, baton twirling never made it as an Olympic event. What a shame.

Being precocious and independent, Krystee graduated from high school and moved to Los Angeles at 16. Over the years, she has made memorable appearances on some of television's most popular shows including 7th Heaven, Roseanne, and Boy Meets World. Remembered for her kick-ass role on Saved By The Bell, this lovely lady wrestler helped Bayside win the championships! It has become one of the most talked about episodes in the show's history.

Krystee played Trish Putterman, the battery operated robotic teenager in a series of Duracell Battery commercials. As a Putterman, she sported state-of-the-art latex prosthetics and a head-to-toe plastic wardrobe taking up to 4 hours a day to apply. The kitschy campaign was directed by Barry Sonnenfeld and became a phenomenon in the 90s including T-shirts, phone cards, even Halloween costumes.

Krystee seems to have endless amounts of creativity except when it comes to naming pets. Her Papillon dog is named "Papillon". She hates talking on the phone but is a voracious reader. She spends her afternoons at museums and people watching and swears they feed the same need. She is definitely a night person, but is often spotted watching the sunrise after a night of dancing.

She is a self-proclaimed "Pop Culture Junkie". She sees at least two movies a week at a theater, is proud to be a Disneyland annual pass holder, and could never have an ipod big enough to hold her ever-growing library of music. She is addicted to Rockstars (the energy drinks and the men). She has seen hundreds of concerts and makes an annual pilgrimage to the Coachella Music and Arts Festival.

Krystee spends her spare time as a "Seeing Eye Dog" for her aunt who lost her eyesight to diabetes. She volunteers at an elementary school and actively recycles. Add her warm and charismatic personality and you would think she was "practicing for sainthood".

Krystee is currently working on a sketch comedy show called Static. It seems like the perfect gig to show off her versatility and innate comedic talent. After all, she does love laughing at herself!

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous Mouse (Cousin to Mickey)

Trivia (10)

Nominated into Who's Who in Baton twirling. She held 3 Florida State titles and has hundreds of trophies.
Scored an IQ of 150+.
Her first car was a 1968 Kharman Ghia. It was pink with zebra interior.
Briefly attended The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Pasadena, California. Prior to entering show business, she wanted to be a Paleontologist.
Her great aunt was legendary actress Mary Sinclair who in 1951 became the first actress to sign a 7 year contract with a television studio. Unfortunately Krystee discovered this too late and never got a chance to meet her.
Her first screen kiss was with Mark-Paul Gosselaar on the TV series Saved by the Bell (1989).
Despite rumors she was a "Gerber" baby, Krystee's first on screen role was at the age of 9. She twirled baton in a Kellog's Corn Flakes commercial.
Krystee has an extensive laser disc collection.
Won a National DJ Mixtape contest. She will give her debut DJ performance at the Lightning In A Bottle Festival in California 2010.
Krystee is running for Los Angeles City Council District 7 in 2013.

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