In 1997, Betty the Bullhorn left her blossoming career as a Movie Set Megaphone. Searching for a more meaningful life, she heeded her own call to action and became a champion of free speech – helping others have their voices heard. In 2002, she entered the political arena, campaigning for New Orleans Mayoral candidate Manny Chevrolet, a task she repeated in 2006 and 2010. Her outspoken nature and oftentimes rebellious ways have garnered her both respect and notoriety. She has appeared on film and in art exhibits, most recently in Seattle and New Orleans.
Betty currently resides and rebels in New Orleans, Louisiana.