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Betsy Sodaro Is Getting Married! How Did Husband-To-Be Propose?

Date: 27 May, 2019

Betsy Sodaro Is Getting Married! How Did Husband-To-Be Propose?

Quick Summary

Date of BirthJune 10 ,1984
Age35 Years 5 Month(s)
NationalityAmerican
Birth PlaceLeadville, Colorado, United States
ProfessionActress
Career 2010–present
Relationship StatusEngaged
Divorce/SplitNot Yet
Engaged Date15 June,2018
Dating/AffairNo
FianceeDrew Tarver
Net WorthNot Disclosed
Ethnicity/RaceWhite
FatherCraig Sodaro
MotherSue Sodaro
Sister/sKatie, Sally, Amy
Height/ How Tall?N/A
HairShort
Hair ColorBlack
LesbianNo
Children/KidsNot Yet

Betsy Sodaro was ready to respond when her boyfriend executed his romantic plan to surprise her!   

The American actress and comedian is a cast member in comedy series Disjointed (2017-Present). She portrayed the role of Dabby on the Netflix sitcom Disjointed starring Kathy Bates. She was announced as a cast member in the second season of OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes in early 2018.

Betsy Sodaro teams up with stars including Award winner Kathy Bates in Emmy winning creators Chuck Lorre and David Javerbaum's comedy series Disjointed,  on Netflix. (Video: Youtube)  

She is regarded as the next great LA comic. She is famous for her work with the LA-based Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre

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Betsy Sodaro's Bio:  Threatical Family

On June 10, 1984, Betsy was born and raised in Leadville, Colorado. She was raised by her father, Craig Sodaro, and mother, Sue Sodaro. She had three sisters, Katie, Sally & Amy.

She got her first taste of theatrics from her father, a children's playwright. She grew up performing theatre in her father’s shows. Her family used to do melodramas during the summer at Fort Laramie in Wyoming.

Betsy Sodaro's Career: Comedy, Theatre, Acting, Voice Acting

Betsy was a cast member in UCB co-founder Matt Besser's Comedy Central sketch pilot called This Show Will Get You High, in 2010. Two years later, she co-starred in the short-lived NBC sitcom called Animal Practice. She also portrays recurring roles on the Comedy Central's Another Period and Big Time in Hollywood. Aside from that she also co-starred on the TBS sitcom Clipped.

Sodaro has made guest appearances on television shows such as Raising HopeComedy Bang BangNTSF:SD:SUV::Stevie TV, and Kroll Show. She has also performed in films such as Monsters University and The To Do List.

She also frequently guest stars on the podcast called improv4humans.  Other podcasts she has featured in include Comedy Bang! Bang!Hollywood HandbookWith Special Guest Lauren LapkusThe Andy Daly Podcast Pilot ProjectThe Hooray Show with Horatio, and more.

Betsy also performs as a voice actor. She provided the voice of Plant from Warner Bros. Animation's Right Now Kapow, Xixi The Toucan from All Hail King Julien, and many more.

At Age Three, Betsy Uncovers Love For Acting

This is how the famous actress got acting bug at a young age - Once upon a time, the-three-year-old babbling and dabbling Betsy was watching her theatrical family perform from the side.

Her mother was screaming at a fake spider throughout the play to which the young soul curiously reacted. She walked out on stage with a rock and smashed the spider. The crowd started laughing and cheering while she ran off stage. That was the story of how she fell in love with performing as a kid. 

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As her eighth-grade English teacher, however, her dad was less permissive. When she'd crack jokes during school, he'd force her to write "I will not talk in class" 500 times.

With time, Sodaro found out that she could do performing for a living- by making people laugh- which was the best part of the job for her. So, she decided to pursue her passion.

Betsy, the youngest of four sisters, owes all her success to her parents.

Got Engaged To Fellow Comic Drew Tarver In 2017

Despite remaining tight-lipped about her relationship, Betsy revealed to her fans about her engagement with fellow comic Drew Tarver in 2017 - the year he asked her to marry.

Drew waited for their improv group from Upright Citizens Brigade Theater to go on tour to perform in Tokyo. Meanwhile, he took Betsy to visit Kamakura Daibutsu, where Drew got down on his knee and popped the question.

Betsy revealed her engagement by sharing a picture of her kissing her husband-to-be in a Buddist Temple in Tokyo. The story of how Betsy met Drew and fell for each other has been still a mystery. However, they took a considerable step forward getting engaged.

Betsy Sodaro reveals her engagement with fiance Drew Tarver on 15 June 2018. (Photo: Instagram)

The comics have flared up their chemistry not only in real life. Betsy starred with her fiance Drew in the comedy television series named Mother Mary in 2016. 

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Are Betsy Sodaro & Drew Tarver Married in 2018? Her Ideal Husband 

With one year to have passed of Betsy and Drew being engaged together, it's no wonder that their fans want to uncover about their marital plans.

Just as before the engagement, they've sealed the public eyes away from their relationship. Neither Betsy nor Drew has leaked any wedding details. As of July 2018, they haven't got married yet. They must be waiting for the perfect moment to tie the knot.  

If the pair is ever to get married, Drew would be an ideal husband for Betsy to balance her personal and professional life juggle, as he is also a comedian just like her. They could release the overflowing marital pressure with timid humor. 

Betsy Sodaro has had kept her dating life apart from her profession of entertaining people with her comedic performances. She had been dating Drew Tarver, one of her improv group member, but only came forward about her relationship with Drew in 2016 with a couple of random social media posts.