Sideshow Angel, parts four
Just in case you don't remember my last post on this, Angelica Perrey is a "positive" and realistic albino character, and her story starts in 1915 (this part is approximately 1920), and she's a sideshow performer. Based on my research into sideshow performers in general, her story is rather typical, in that she's well-respected by other performers, but she marries a hot Greek acrobat (which really seems to be the only thing atypical about her story, for the most part, sideshow performers married each-other for the publicity). Like her great-grandson (see icon), she's portrayed as very attractive and an incredibly talented musician.
By the way, as I was researching albinism more in-depth for these characters, I noticed that most "celebrity" albino people are musicians. At least according to Wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Albinos
And, while I'm at it, apparently Doc Hammer (co-creator of The Venture Brothers
and inspiration for Pete White) has vitiligo of the scalp: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doc_Hammer
(PS: My character, Peter West, was named seven and four years ago. "Peter" was after the first guy I ever made out with, and "West" because his mother's name is a nod to both Jayne Mansfield and Mae West — which was an intentional sort of parody, since I outright based her character on Valerie "The SCUM Manifesto" Solanas. Somebody recently accused me of naming him after Pete White, but no, it's just a coincidence.)