"As a dancer and ice skater, I communicate stories through movement. My breath and movement must connect from my head to my toes. I bring that idea into roles I create. The stories and the words become the choreography to roles I breathe life into."
Alberie Rachele Hansen was born and raised in Downey, California. This is where she started her journey in performing as an ice skater at the age of 5 at Paramount Iceland and a dancer at First Baptist Church of Downey under the direction of Martha Nix. 
Alberie's love of performing started early, but it was being raised on Turner Classic Movies by her mom and grandma that made her fall in love with acting, film and television. 
Her first lead role was Alice in "Alice in Wonderland" at Downey High School. She continued her journey at Cal State Fullerton studying acting, voice and movement. She graduated Cum Laude from Cal State Fullerton with a BA in theatre Arts. 
While at Cal State Fullerton she spent a semester studying acting at Trinity Saint David University of Carmarthen Wales, UK. She dove into the world of Shakespeare and her boundaries was pushed in absurdist theatre. She stepped back in time in the musical "Oh What a Lovely War!", where she choreographed a cast dance for the top of act 2. 
She recently received a summer scholarship to the Beverly Hills Playhouse for their scene study class. She will continue to train with the Beverly Hills Playhouse at the completion of the summer scholarship. 
Alberie went back to Downey to perform at the Epic Lounge with "Bill's Short's two: Chart Topping Comedies." A night of original one act plays inspired by music written by Bill Blush, Forrest Hartl, and Megan Breen. Directed by Sylvia Blush and Julianna Ojeda. In this production Alberie had the chance to perform in 'French Toast', 'Run to You' and 'Damn You Kenny." 
She recently finished working on the feature film 'Hollywood Mouth 3' with Jordan Mohr out in 2017. Alberie is starting work on 'Claude' with Lime Train productions. 
When she is not acting on stage or in front of a camera Alberie still loves to ice skate and dance for enjoyment and she loves to bake, read and spend time with family.