An American actress Bitsie Tulloch is a beautiful lady who is the native of San Diego, California, United States. She came into this world on 19th January of the year 1981 which has now made her at the age of 34. Although she is known by the name Bitsie Tulloch, as a child, she was named as Elizabeth Tulloch by her parents. Despite Bitsie has already reached at her mid thirties, she has still managed to look herself beautiful, charming as well as hot. She was grown up in Spain, Uruguay as well as Argentina. She is the daughter of Andrew Tulloch who is working in Latin American banking.
Tulloch co-starred in star-studded 2013 movie called Parkland opposite to Paul Giamatti, Marcia Gay Harden, Billy Bob Thornton, Jackie Earle Haley, Zac Efron and Jackie Weaver. The movie was produced by Gary Goetzman and Tom Hanks. Prior to films and theater, she has also made her appearance in the TV shows and series. She played as a lead role in Ed Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz’s drama known as Quarterlife which was premiered on the NBC in early 2008. She was also one of the series regulars on the NBC’s series called Grimm. Her other movies, theater and TV credits include Losing Control, Ring Tone, Sent, Chronic, The Artist, Caroline and Jackie and many more.
Later, she then returned to the United States and after that, she went to get her education from the middle as well as high school in Bedford, New York. She also got enrolled at the Harvard University from where she graduated magna cum laude with double major in English and American Literature as well as Visual and Environmental Studies. She is of Scottish descent from the side of her father and is of Spanish descent from her mother’s side.
Moving on to her personal life biography, Bitsie has not got married yet. She is currently in relationship with her boyfriend named David Diuntoli who is her co-star from Grimm. The couple has been dating with each other since few period of times. Prior to that, she received a nomination in early 2012 by Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards which is commonly called as The Critics’Choice Awards for the Best Ensemble Cast for the Artist. In addition to that, she was also nominated for the 28th Annual LA Weekly Theater Award for playing in the play of Sam Forman known as Quarterlife. Besides that, to known more about her bio, she can also be followed in Twitter and Instagram.