Most people, especially guys, will take one look at me and never guess that I’m a super uber geek! Since I was a little girl I’ve been collecting comic books, trading cards, and action figures. I also have a beautiful collection of Dragonball Z anime cels. So don’t let my sexy looks fool you because I’m so geeky that “I put the double d in GEEK”!
On top of that, I’m a computer technician, graphics designer, and web designer (all self-taught).
For those of you interested, here is my bio written in third person…
Former glamour model/actress turned writer Jocelyn Potter brings a fresh perspective to the world of comic books by tapping into both her professional and personal life experiences.
Jocelyn was born in San Antonio, Texas, just two minutes after her identical twin sister, Crystal. Her great grandmother Hallie Stillwell (1897-1997)was a legendary West Texas pioneer. Having been raised by a single father with a taste for Star Trek and British comedy, Jocelyn naturally gravitated towards an interest in the world of comics and sci-fi.
Following her entrepreneurial spirit and her creative passion, she embarked on a successful career in various sectors of entertainment. Her accomplishments range from developing a variety/comedy program for public television in Dallas, to a successful career in the film industry in Los Angeles. Working as an actress, she appeared with her twin in several films, television shows and media outlets, with credits including Bare Wench: The Final Chapter (2005), The Mummy’s Kiss: 2nd Dynasty (2006), and The Lusty Busty Babe-a-que (2008). They’ve also appeared on The Howard Stern Show, Discovery Channel, and Playboy.
She has also worked as a glamour and spokes-model, representing various companies and organizations at major events. She partnered with major amplifier manufacturer Ampeg at the 2003 NAMM Show, as well as the renowned Rock ’n’ Roll Fantasy Camp.
Jocelyn has been able to translate her various creative ideas into viable and successful ventures; she wrote her own series, The Deciders, which debuted at the 2009 HeroesCon in Charlotte, South Carolina. She has found her inspiration with the written word, and has enjoyed exploring her talent in writing scripts, web articles and several short stories (which you can view here). She also created the interactive eBook, Bible Versus: The Virgin Mary vs. God, which is a tongue-in-cheek, modern spin on spousal and child support issues.
In her spare time, she can be found playing Heroclix, reading comics and watching Japanese anime.