Courtney Blythe Turk is an American actress and producer of Greek and Native American descent. She grew up a gymnast and an athlete in the small town of Monroeville, Alabama. She attended Auburn University with a major in Mass Communications (radio/film/TV), concentration in sports broadcasting, and a Theater minor. Courtney sparked her career in entertainment by landing a role as co-host of the sports travel show Fantactics in 2011. Since then, some of many other appearances include co star, guest star, and lead and supporting roles in TV and film such as VH1’s Hit the Floor, Jaunt VR’s Flesh and Bone, and the feature film Black Water, where she landed a starring role opposite Jean Claude Van Damme. In 2015, singer and songwriter Michael Warren, originally signed with Capitol Records, discovered Courtney’s voice and decided to bring her into the studio. Not too long after, he released an EP featuring her on five songs. They continued working in the studio together gaining interest in managerial support from other talents such as Mike Einzeger of Incubus. Courtney earned her first producing role with the feature film The Ticket starring Malin Akerman, Dan Stevens and Oliver Platt. Both her passion and her experience working behind the camera on the film led her to later produce the thriller Assassination Nation starring Bella Thorne, Suki Waterhouse, and Bill Skarsgard, To the Bone starring Keanu Reeves and Lily Collins, and the award winning documentary The Last Animals. She is in development on many other productions, including the upcoming film Thirty Eight starring Paula Patton and Mike Epps and a hallucinatory thriller with Terry Rossio (Pirates of the Caribbean) and Bill Marsilii (Deja Vu).