This is W.A.E. Orwell. She's an entertainer. I'm not sure what brand of entertainment the ski lodge offers, but I can adjust the end of her background accordingly.Character name
: Whitley Anna Elise OrwellAge
: 25 (DOB - 12/08)Sexual Preference
: Whitley is shorter than she looks. Her limbs are long and muscular, her body is delicate and wiry. Only standing about 5'5, the girl is a feather, just over 110 pounds. Her hair is always curled into waves. She's never had it cut above her shoulders. She is not a busty woman, nor is she curvy. She dances with an excess of grace and slender. Character Personality
: Whitley is a very focused woman. She practices for hours a day, and spends the rest of it stressing about performances. She justifies every decision she makes with her career in mind. It makes her a little crazy.
Even before she was an adult, Whitley was an attention whore. Even when she was discouraged and self conscious, she would spend hours making herself look shocking so that people around her would gravitate. Her beauty was easy to identify from a very young age. This made her vain and rude. As she aged, she became easier and easier to talk to, but she's still very difficult to like.
First impressions do well with her, so until one realizes how snide she can be, they're usually fascinated and incorrigible. She's fun loving and energetic. It is not unlike her to become the life of the party. She loves getting to know people, and flirting is a treasured past time, but she has trouble making emotional connections. She is very sexually excitable, but nervous to get involved with some one, as they usually become too intense for her to hold back.Background information
: Whitley was born in New York City to two artists. Her father was a playwrite and a novelist. Her mother was a singer and a stage performer. Money came and went like the rain, Whitley learned how to adjust depending. Sometimes life was extravagant and full of joy. Other times were difficult. Her parents always spoke of inspiration rather than God. Both of them were artists so when neither of them felt like creating, Whitley's world would get eerie and tense. Her father would drink a lot when he had writers block, and her mother would disappear for weeks when she was stressed. Jealousy never intruded it's way into her family dynamics. Her parents cheated on one another, but they were never married and they usually talked it out. They always lived together, so that Whitley would have somewhere to turn at any time. It worked for her well. By elementary school she was singing better than her mom ever could.
As she grew up, her talents continuously popped up without limit. She learned the piano, and the organ. She learned how to dance from some of her mother's close friends. Her ability to tap into old archetypal characters blew her father away. At the age of elven she could perform monologues written by shakespeare and Ibsen. There were more, she could write songs, and short stories. She learned to play woodwind instruments and the drums. The guitar was her bane. Her fingers were to delicate and small to play it. By highschool she was a teenage goddess.
She was homeschooled for a long time, but her parents decided to drop her into the world her freshmen year. she was fourteen and incredibly unique. Public school was a hurricane for her. It took her a few years to figure out the social world. If it weren't for her many talents and unbelievable singing voice she wouldn't have made any friends. She was very full of herself and too proud to keep people's interest. Once she anded down her rough edges and learned how to treat people, her peers started to hang out with her more freely.
She was part of the counter culture, and helped with the protests going on around the student body. She loved to be political, but she never did the research. She would listen to her more knowledgeable classmates and generally leech off of their ideas. She graduated with a disgraceful 1.7 GPA. She was smart but she hated her teachers and her teachers hated her. She hated rules and ignored all of them blissfully.
“I'd rather be a crack whore with three kids and a good dealer than a house wife with a shitty husband and a desk job. I don't need to do well in school to enjoy my life.” -18 year old Whitley.
In college, she was right. She disregarded pointless classes like math and english and science. She only took performance art classes and musical theory. She expanded her knowledge on culture and expression. She studied philosophy and psychology. She attended community colleges for three years righteously, and as she turned twenty one, she released herself onto the world.
For four years, she's enjoyed the circuit, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago, Knoxville, Philidelphia, and New York. Her jobs change every week, she travels by taxi and not that often. She likes to set up in one city or another for a few months and hit every club she can. She's not exactly good with money but she always seems to have some of it.I have two pictures because i found a lot from M. Trachtenburg that fit my imagination perfectly. I have 3 more that i refrained from sharing.