Ilizabeth Juliet Dennison, known more professionally as Lizzie Dennison, was a Kuboian actress, singer and rapper. She was a child star who made her debut in showbiz in 1999, when she played a significant role in the educational series Tone Riddles and Tack the Rat and the later series of Charlie Karma and Friends. She has had a total of six Kuboia number-one singles, including two posthumous number-ones.
Lizzie was born on 29th October, 1992. She had English origin in both of her parents.
Lizzie's personal life was scrutinised thoroughly throughout her lifetime.
Lizzie dated Tyo Flournoy from June 2001 to October 2004. The two had been introduced to each other in 1998 whilst acting for Tone Riddles and Tack the Rat. According to Tyo, the relationship fell apart due to Lizzie being too self-centred.
Following her parents' divorce in late 2001, Lizzie moved with her father to a Jetkeep in Fahrbahnin, North Kuboia. She later moved into sheltered housing on 1st June, 2006, where she remained for the rest of her life. According to Lizzie's support workers, when she was not recording, she spent a large portion of her life in her bedroom.
On 4th November, 2004, Lizzie was arrested in Walthamstow, London. According to witnesses, she had snatched and broke the phone of a group of teenagers who were harassing her. She was kept in police custody for an undisclosed amount of time after refusing to pay the phone's damage.
Lizzie was arrested in London again two weeks later after being caught consuming alcohol. However, she defended herself by stating she did not know that the United Kingdom had a drinking age.
Following the two arrests, Lizzie stated on 1st February, 2006 that she never wanted to visit London again.
Mental health and disabilities
According to a 2002 documentary, Lizzie was diagnosed with autism at the age of five years old. She stated in several interviews that she felt her autism got in the way of her life, and generally did not enjoy talking about it.
In late 2005, Lizzie was reported to be suffering post-traumatic stress disorder. Lizzie was a friend of fellow rapper Aourine Esthers, who had committed suicide in March that same year, which was often linked to the diagnosis. Her arrests from the previous year had also been blamed.
Lizzie was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in May 2011.
Hobbies and interests
From her time as a a young child, Lizzie also identified herself as a "massive" fan of the Kirby video game series.
On 4th January, 2019, at around 2:00a.m., Lizzie was found dead in her home at the age of 26. According to reports, one of her support workers went to check up on her after she had allegedly ignored all messages sent to her for the past 72 hours. No cause of the death was immediately given.
On 7th January, three days after Lizzie's death, it was reported that the cause of death was a suicide via hanging. Exactly a week after her death, a private funeral for Lizzie was held on 11th January, followed by a tribute party, inline of Aourine Esthers' death in 2005. The two events combined allegedly lasted eleven hours.
In March 2020, Lizzie's parents revealed that they had an argument with her a month before her death, and that she felt upset that they refused to spend Christmas with her together. One of Lizzie's social worker later commented that she was spending a lot of time in her room and was refusing to leave her home - he said that her suicide was "an impulsive decision that was caused due to resentfulness".