Behind the Amazon
So who am I?  Well, I'm obviously the blond in the picture to your left.  That is Bill Moseley with me.  Bill is most famous for Chop Top in "Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2" and Otis in "House of a 1000 Corpses" and  "The Devil's Rejects."
My name is Lacy Lusardi and I have been going by Amazon in the wrestling realm as well as the performer realm. I started out doing bellydancing then decided to switch it up a bit by adding kabuki and martial arts. I then learned what is called modern dance, which was also added in. While learning modern dance, my instructor taught the class hip hop and thus that was also added. My love for swords and weaponry soon took over to fatefully form what I call Sword Dancing.
On a personal note:
Age: 21
Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
Current Residence: Kershaw, SC
Relationship: Single and proud
Religion: Don't have one
Favorite Music: Rock and Traditional Kabuki
Favorite Movie: V for Vendetta
Favorite Comic: Hellboy
Favorite Actor: Ron Perlman
Favorite TV Show: WWE, ECW, TNA
So why am I telling you my favorites? Because I like to keep my life fairly open.  I prefer for people to see me as who I am, not a dancer, not an actor, not a random face, but a human being. I share many similarities and disimilarities with others, but when it comes down to it: we're all human.
Music has inspired my dancing and comes from a variety of music. I try to spice the dances up with different music genres. I seem to prefer, though, rock music because it helps to get the adrenaline pumping and you in turn can get the crowd going.  Some rock bands that I use are Godsmack, Evanescence, Korn, Disturbed, Marilyn Manson, and the new band Hurt.  Some of the Indian bands that I use are Vas,  Zohar, and Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. There are plenty of Japanese bands that make their way into my dances such as Malice Mizer, 12012, Dir En Grey, D'espairs Ray, and Gazette.  Plus, when I find traditional Indian, Egyptian, or Japanese music then that plays a big factor in my dances.  Other artists to make their way into my dances are Loreena McKennitt, Sarah Brightman, and John Whelan.  I have found that the one type of music to be the "hook, line, and sinker" for audiences is dark techno (which sometimes becomes industrial techno). If it has a good beat that switches from soft to hard to give a "thrill ride" so to speak, then the audience really comes into the dance.
That's a fairly washed out picture of me. I took it just before a performance and to be placed in the Devil's Rejects website. Luckily the picture made it's way there before the website went goodbye. One of my hobbies is photomanipulation. Thanks to my little skills I look good in that picture. I tend to look horrible unless I'm under huge amounts of make up (like I usually am when demonstrating my theatre skills).
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