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Rodleen Getsic (born March 18, 1975) is an American singer, actress, film producer and performance artist.

Early life

Born Rodleen Giecek on March 18, 1975, Wenatchee, Washington to Pamela and Ed Giecek, she first began writing a cappella songs in Granite Falls, Washington where she was raised.[citation needed]

Music

In late 2002, Getsic formed the band, Get Sic, with John Norwood Fisher of Fishbone on bass, Freddy Flint of Eek-a-Mouse on guitar, Spacey T of Fishbone on guitar, Kabade of H.R. on keyboards, and James Gray of Michael Franti & Spearhead on drums. Other musicians involved in the band included Dave Aron on clarinet, Willy Waldman on trumpet, Steve Giroux on guitar, Jerad Thompson (SkaDaddyZ) on saxophone, and Ralph Rivers on bass. The band played shows from December 2002 through June 2003.[citation needed]

Film

Getsic stars in and wrote the screenplay for the extreme horror film The Bunny Game, directed by Adam Rehmeier, and filmed during October 2008 over the course of thirteen days.[1] Getsic's role in the film was of a prostitute. She received a Golden Gore Award in 2012 for Best Female Performance.[citation needed] She won Best Overall Individual Performance in a Film for her role in The Bunny Game at the 2011 PollyGrind Film Festival.[2] The Bunny Game was banned in the UK by the British Board of Film Classification.[3] Getsic plays Pinkie in the feature film Charlotta TS, directed by Lewis Teague,[citation needed] and she plays Saint Katherine of Sienna in the film by Burke Roberts The Exquisite Tenderness of Santa Rosa de Lima.[citation needed]

Personal life

Getsic keeps a cellular blog called Phonetography.[4]

Notes

References

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External links

[[:Category:1975 births]] [[:Category:Living people]] [[:Category:American activists]] [[:Category:American women comedians]] [[:Category:American female singers]] [[:Category:American film actresses]] [[:Category:American women film directors]] [[:Category:American film producers]] [[:Category:American public relations people]] [[:Category:Community activists]] [[:Category:People from Snohomish County, Washington]] [[:Category:Songwriters from Washington (state)]] [[:Category:American film directors]]

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