Bouvier is mysterious. There are several versions of Bouvier's early life. One is that she grew up in a small Ohio town and lived up the street from a beautiful park with a lake, another is that she was born in Europe, which like most everything about Bouvier is a mystery, except that she took the name Bouvier from her grandfather's last name, not related to Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy that she's aware of.
On her father's side she is of French, Irish, English, Dutch, and Native American descent. On her mother's side Bouvier is of Russian ancestry which may contribute to her exotic look.
Her acting career started as a child putting on plays and musicals with her sisters in their backyard for neighbors. She continued to perform in school plays and then little theater after graduating high school. While in school she was always putting together outfits that everyone liked and gave compliments on, but nobody else dared to wear
While living in Germany she performed in plays for the Armed Forces then came to Hollywood. After moving to Hollywood she learned to play guitar, took voice lessons, studied film history. Bouvier also attended acting classes that taught the famous Lee Strasberg's method. She was inspired by the acting style and talent of such actors like Robert De Niro, James Dean, and Marilyn Monroe. From her formal training she was able to develop her own personal style. Shortly after she was chosen to be Miss Hollywood, Miss Studio City, and Miss Home Fashions Month. Bouvier was invited to do many ribbon cuttings for new stores and restaurant openings and attend many charity events, fashion shows which included being guest hostess at a Bob Hope Celelbrity Golf Tournament. She modeled for fashion catalogs and magazines including Seventeen, Glamour, and Cosmopolitan.
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She wanted to wear fashions that would make her stand out over competition of other actresses and be remembered at acting auditions. Since there was nothing unusual enough to buy in stores, out of necessity, she started designing her own clothes just like in high school, but instead, to wear to casting calls. She had the ideas for unique fashions she created and wore. People began asking where she got them and her original designs quickly took off. One thing lead to another and in a short time evolved into her own clothing lines under the labels of Darjon, Our Gang, Superstar, and Bouvier which soon became available nationwide and in Europe at major department stores, boutiques, and specialty stores. The lines included hip clothing, handbags, jewelry, and cosmetics. Her company had showrooms and representatives in the Los Angeles Fashion Mart, New York, Dallas and Chicago. Her styles were featured in fashion magazines, films, and television.
Having starred in cult type of films she acquired the name "cult film goddess"
Future projects include a different kind of horror film and a comedy series. To view her acting list of films and television roles click on: