Betsy Hammer has been dubbed
"The Singing Actress."
Betsy has played "Bunny" in "Babes In Arms,"
"Maria" in "The Sound of Music," "Dolly" in
"Hello, Dolly," and "Marcellina" in
"The Marriage of Figaro."
A graduate of the Ohio University School of Music,
Betsy auditioned for and landed the role of
“Prudie Cupp” in the hit Broadway and Cleveland
co-produced musical, “Pump Boys and Dinettes.”
She is a member of Actor’s Equity.
As a sit-down company, “Pump Boys and Dinettes”
performed eight shows a week for a six-month-run at
the magnificent Palace Theatre in Cleveland Ohio’s
Playhouse Square Entertainment Center.
Thereafter, Betsy moved to Nashville, TN, where she
played the role of a Record Company Executive
in the TV pilot, “Music City Blues."
In 2001 Betsy moved to Los Angeles, where she
began working for Adam Sandler and Brooks Arthur at
Happy Madison Productions. Betsy is featured as the
voice of the “Phone Sex Lady” in the animated feature
film “Adam Sandler’s Eight Crazy Nights."
She is a member of SAG-AFTRA.
Betsy appears in Adam Sandler’s comedy “Jack and Jill,”
playing a Bar Patron in a New Year’s Eve scene with
Al Pacino. In the Disney film “Bedtime Stories” Betsy
plays the role of the "Medieval Tambourine
Player” in Adam’s medieval dream sequence.
For "Shhh...Don't Tell," Adam Sandler's fifth Warner Bros.
album, Betsy acts with Adam as “Rahina the Tour Guide”
in his"Mr. Pibb Takes The Mexican Tour” comedy skit.
Betsy plays a “Television Network Executive” in
Netflix’s "Sandy Wexler,” appearing in a scene
with Adam Sandler, Kevin James and Rob Reiner.