Vancouver beauty Beatrice King, the Queen of Mortal Kombat
Vancouver actress Beatrice King is steadily solidifying her name as one of Canada’s top rising stars. Currently, the captivating performer is portraying the role of Queen Sindel in the new Warner Bros. web series Mortal Kombat, which can be seen at: www.machinima.com
Directed by Kevin Tancharoen, and written by Ed Boon and Todd Helbing, Mortal Kombat was filmed entirely in Vancouver. Audiences are raving about the new take on the hit video game and movie franchise. Beatrice stars alongside Serge Houde, Shane Warren Jones, Kevan Ohtsji and Ryan Robbins in the series. Beatrice’s turn as Queen Sindel has her portraying the beautiful ruler of Edenia, which is threatened by the powerful Shao Kahn. Sindel must protect her infant daughter, Kitana from the chaos that surrounds their world.
This fall, Beatrice will also be appearing in Seth Rogen’s new 50/50 in scenes opposite Joseph Gordon-Levitt. The film follows Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s character Adam, who is diagnosed with cancer, and his subsequent struggle to beat the disease. The film also stars Hollywood heavyweights Bryce Dallas Howard, Anna Kendrick, Angelica Huston, and of course, Seth Rogen.
Most recently, Beatrice wrapped filming Carl Bessai’s upcoming feature Sisters & Brothers, in the role of Natalie. Beatrice joins a stellar cast of Canada’s top young talent including Cory Monteith (Glee), Dustin Milligan (Gunless) and Kacey Rohl (Red Riding Hood). Her character Natalie is an actor clearly caught up in the fame and fortune of the industry. One of Traci’s (Ali Liebert) best friends, Natalie has her eyes on Rory, played by Dustin Milligan.
Elsewhere on the film front, Beatrice just finished a role as the receptionist at the Christopher Little Agency on J.K. Rowling’s movie, Strange Magic.
A small-town Albertan girl with humble beginnings, she is currently training with Leonardo DiCaprio and Hilary Swank's Acting Coach Larry Moss, which has given her an edge to reach new heights and perfect her craft.
When Beatrice isn't performing, you can find her at Vancouver Acting School instructing aspiring young kids and teens, or writing in one of her favorite eclectic coffee joints.