Elizabeth Kring

DVille CrewLizElizabeth  Kring grew up in the border town of Del Rio, Texas.  After graduating high school she attended college and became a Registered Nurse. She has worked in that capacity for thirty years.  She became interested in acting during the 1980’s and had small parts in several films.  She took a hiatus from acting to concentrate on her nursing career, but began acting again in 2009.  She continues today as an actor and producer.  Elizabeth and her husband, Billy, live in Sabinal, Texas.

FUN FACT 1:  She enjoyed hanging out with James Arness and Hugh O’Brian between scenes.

FUN FACT 2:  She can use a whip…effectively.

FUN FACT 3:   She cooks the best soft beef tacos on the planet.

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50 of Elizabeth’s top movies (in random order)

Point Break

The Guns of Navarone

High Noon

Tom Horn

Catching Fire

Frankenstein

Blazing Saddles

Dracula

Practical Magic

Urban Cowboy

Ulzana’s Raid

Saturday Night Fever

Grease

District 9

Back to the Future

Tombstone

The Lion King

The Graduate

The Magnificent Seven

The Ten Commandments

Ghostbusters

Footloose

The Shootist

Airplane

Samson and Delilah

Finding Nemo

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

Stand By Me

Brubaker

True Grit

Elf

The Sting

Mary Poppins

Star Wars

Jeremiah Johnson

Jaws

Dirty Dancing

Top Gun

The Godfather

Dances with Wolves

The Untouchables

Sound of Music

Forrest Gump

Titanic

Sixth Sense

Invasion of the Bodysnatchers

Silverado

Bullitt

Red  Dawn (first one)

Uncommon Valor

The Great Escape

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