Suzil has been dancing and performing for over 20 years. She has a Bachelors of Art degree in Dance as Language and Culture from Humboldt State University and has been a Neo-Burlesque artist for over four years. Her past credits include Cast/ Crew for Tourettes Without Regrets, Lingerie Model with the Bay Area Vixens, background dancer for comedian Hannibal Burress, Magicians Assistant to Raymond Hoey, Artistic Director of Diabla Productions, and dance instructor at Studio 1924 in Oakland, California. She has performed with many groups throughout the Western United States including Tourettes Without Regrets in the SF bay area, Carnavale de Sensuale in Denver, Colorado, and Burlesque at the Boom Boom Room & Nerdlesque in Las Vegas [among many many others.] She has also co-produced shows with Diabla Productions, Bay Area Filmmaker and performer B. Nefarious, and her Life and Show Partner Tommy Lazer.
In September of 2015, Suzil and her show partner Tommy Lazer relocated to SIN CITY! In 2016, Suzil Von and Tommy Lazer swept the Briefs Erotic Film Festival in Oakland, CA winning Audience Choice Award, Judges Choice Award, and Best Acting Performance.
In April 2016, the Goodsells wrote and starred in a play entitled "Goodsell, Good Life" which won Runner Up in the Shortlived Play Competition at Piano Fight in San Francisco!
Their newest short film, "Goodsell, Good Roleplay" premiered at the Briefs Film Festival in Oakland, CA on Feb 9th and took home the Audience Choice Award and Best Acting Performance! It was written and directed by the Goodsells, shot and edited by Helder Pedro, check out his other work HERE !
Their newest Film, "Goodsell, Bad Touch", a comedic horror film starring the Goodsells and Mae DuLuc, is currently in post production and will be making its debut this summer 2017.
In 2017, Suzil and her life partner, Tommy Lazer, relocated to Chicago, Il. They are already working on new projects and making magic happen in the Windy City!
"To dance is to be out of yourself. Larger, more beautiful, more powerful."
-Agnes De Mille