Multi instrumentalist &
Bettine Solf is a Peruvian Actor / Singer-Songwriter based in London, UK.
Her professional debut was in 2013 with her first solo album: Soy Opuesta. As she continued with solo performances across Peru, such as opening for Julieta Venegas (International Mexican Singer-Songwriter), she was also the bass player of Peruvian bands Stereonoiz and Resplandor (opening for both The Killers and The Cure, respectively).
Alongside her singer-songwriter career, Bettine developed her acting career whilst in Peru. Mamma Mia!, San Mateo, Bare, and Apartados are among her credits.
In 2016 she moved to London to pursue her professional path. She trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and at Mountview Academy Of Theatre Arts, where she received her Masters in ‘Performance - Acting’.
Bettine’s London credits include: Handbag at Home (2020), Barrio -Southwark Playhouse (2018- 2019) Glass Ceiling // Sky’s The Limit (Catalyst Festival-2019), Truhoo commercial (2020) and the debut of her second single “Hush” which she directed and starred in (2021).
In late 2021, Bettine was cast to be part of the 2-member band in Police Cops: The Musical at the New Diorama Theatre where she played the piano and some other instruments.
In 2022, she co devised a work in progress performed at the Camden People's Theatre Festival about three Latin American actresses in a casting waiting room facing the film industry stereotypes. The show sold out and is currently devising the next steps. She also performed in a short film called "Breakfast Club" playing Linda.
Interview for underlines Writing
Underlines Writing recently interviewed me ahead of the release of my new video:
"... the forced time spent at home made me reflect on how some artists, regardless of their fields, can be very similar in their creative processes and I found a mindlike artist to show that."
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