Bettina Bush

Bettina Bush – Planet Green Premiere Event and Concert – Arrivals – The Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CA, USA, 2008 – Keywords: – False – – Photo Credit: Tony Lowe / PR Photos

Birth Name: Bettina Nicole Bush

Place of Birth: Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.

Date of Birth: January 28, 1972

Ethnicity: African-American, as well as possibly Scottish or Irish, Cherokee Native American, and Polynesian

Bettina Bush, also known as Bettina, is an American actress, voice actress, and pop music singer.

Bettina is the daughter of Tina and Charles V. Bush (Charles Vernon Bush). Her father, who was African-American, was a civil rights activist, senior corporate executive, and U.S. Air Force officer. In 1954, he was selected by Chief Justice Earl Warren for appointment as the first African-American page of the Supreme Court of the U.S.

Her mother, who has African-American heritage, is also said to be of Scottish or Irish, Cherokee Native American, and Polynesian descent.

Bettina’s paternal grandfather was named Charles H. “Charlie” Bush. Charles was born in Washington, D.C.

Bettina’s paternal grandmother was named Marie. Marie was born in Florida.

Bettina’s maternal grandfather was Otha/Otho W. Wills (the son of Jesse/Jessie J. Wills and Cassie Irene Ferguson). Otha was African-American.

Bettina’s maternal grandmother was named Grace D.

Sources: Bettina’s father on the 1940 U.S. Census –

Obituary of Bettina’s father –

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