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Obsessed with Kristen Vaganos – Young Actress on the Rise

January 16, 2021
Blueprint Staff

Actress Kristen Vaganos is fast making a name for herself in the business of movies and TV, now starring as the protagonist of the Lifetime movie Obsessed with the Babysitter, playing an injured dancer who is taken under the wing of the family's father. 

He is a psychologist who manipulates her character's mind and uses her injury against her before she figures out what he's up to, said the site 2Paragraphs about her role. 

She is from a Philadelphia Greek-American family, a 2017 graduate of New York University who has appeared in a number of films already, including I Am Lisa, Dating After College and Mommy Would Never Hurt You, despite being so young. 

She said she grew up in what she called, laughingly, a typical crazy Greek-American family, is a performer on the UCB Mess Hall improv team Parliament, and is the writer and producer of two feature films that are currently in pre-production, including Bobcat Moretti, adding to her achievements. 

For the babysitter role she said she had to learn how to dance, coming easy to her given her natural athleticism and flexibility, besides her acting talents. 

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