Who is India Otto? Wiki, Biography, Age, Vanessa Angel’s Daughter

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India Otto is the daughter of Vanessa Angel, is an English actress and former model. She played the role of Lisa on the television series Weird Science. She is also known for her role as Claudia in the movie Kingpin.

Angel’s first film role was in the 1985 American comedy Spies Like Us, in which she played a soldier in the Soviet Strategic Missile Forces who sleeps with the character of Dan Aykroyd; she also appears in the accompanying Paul McCartney video. In 1990, she appeared in a small role in the movie King of New York. Angel continued to appear in films in the early 1990s. After appearing as a main guest on television’s The Equalizer, she played the recurring roles of Megan on Baywatch and Detective Peggy Elliott on Reasonable Doubts. She guest-starred on two episodes of Melrose Place, playing what she described as “this crazy, drugged, bisexual supermodel who kissed Daphne Zuniga!”

From 1994 to 1998, she starred in the television series Weird Science as Lisa, the computer-generated genius role originated by Kelly LeBrock in the 1985 film on which the series is based. In 1995, Angel was cast in the role of Xena, a guest spot in Hercules: Legendary Journeys, but due to illness, she was unable to take on the role, which she eventually went to Lucy Lawless.

During the Weird Science series, Angel landed the female lead in the Farrelly brothers’ film Kingpin. She played roles in Kissing a Fool with David Schwimmer, followed by a role in the 1999 film, Made Men. In 2004, she appeared in SuperBabies: Baby Geniuses 2, as Scott Baio’s wife. Angel has also had roles in the Sci-Fi Pictures original telefilm Sabretooth (2002) and The Perfect Score (2004).

India Otto Age

India Otto is 20 years old.

Family

India Otto is the daughter of Vanessa Angel & Rick Otto.

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