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Verotika (2019) Nude, breasts, butt, sexy 01:03:11 Poor Kansas Bowling is bled from the wrists and has her blood drunk by the evil Alice Tate in a literal blood bath. (1 min 18 secs)
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With a name like Kansas Bowling, there are expectations—Mr. Skin isn’t exactly sure what those are, but he is sure there should be some. Besides having an incredibly unique moniker, the Topanga, California, native also has quite the creative career. She made her debut as Nick’s daughter in the movie Klepto (2003) at the age of seven, then appeared in American Idol contestant Crystal Bowersox’s video for “Farmer’s Daughter” when she was 14. She had her first real role as an adult when she played a model in the slasher flick B.C. Butcher (2016)—which she also wrote and directed, and shot in her parents’ backyard with her own money when she was 17; the flick was released two years later, and starred Kadeem Hardison and Kato Kaelin. Feeling the unique yet? Since then, she’s directed over 30 music videos, including one for Iggy Pop, all while continuing to write and act in various films. A few memorable roles include playing a young peasant girl in Verotika (2019), where her plump and pretty breasts are beautifully displayed (even if she is dead and strung up on a giant skeleton); starring as the character Blue in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood (2019) with Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt; as Chastity in Beyond the Law (2019) with Steven Seagal; playing a London fan in Reality Queen! (2020) with Denise Richards; and appearing in Death Rider in the House of Vampires (2021) with Julian Sands, playing the dead sister of Rider (Devon Sawa). On television, she had her wildest party story animated in Viceland’s series Party Legends (her episode is “Very Breaking Bad Vibes” if you’re going to go digging). All in all, we’d say Kansas Bowling lives up to Mr. Skins expectations, even though he didn’t know what they were.