Elizabeth “Bitsie” Tulloch is an American actress, recognized for her work on the TV show Grimm, the film The Artist, and the groundbreaking web series Quarterlife.
It seems impossible not to like someone named Bitsie.
Aside from being an impressive actress, Bitsie boasts an impressive nickname that she earned in homage to her grandfather, a bomber pilot during WWII. Recently, that’s the closest the words “pilot” and “bomb” have gotten to Bitsie, as Grimm has been exceeding expectations, and The Artist is a frontrunner for several Academy Awards. In Tinseltown, things are getting quite glitzy for Bitsie.
Despite her diminutive-sounding name, she’s an intellectual giant. Before getting into acting, she graduated magna cum laude from Harvard with a double major in English and American Literature, and Visual and Environmental Studies – which actually sounds like four majors, but in any case, Bitsie is far from ditzy.
As a child, a teensy-weensy itsy-Bitsie lived in four countries – she was born in San Diego, but lived in Spain, Argentina and Uruguay as a child before settling in Bedford, New York in time for middle school.
We’re impressed, and not just ’cause her name sounds so spritzy. We hope her diverse talents translate into life becoming only more ritzy for Bitsie.