no idea who she is, getting nothing searching that name on comicvine but I do like what I see.
I love this. it is so full of redundancies and things I never would have thought of, I usually don't use 1/4 of it but what I do use varies from character to character and just having the questions helps flesh them out far more than I would otherwise.
I have a suggestion for expanding this a bit. you have real age and apparent age, I would suggest replacing real age with chronological age and adding physical age. for most characters, chronological age would just be their age (how much time has passed since they were born) but this could be different for say a clone or a time traveler (if someone born in 2000 travels to 1995 their chronological age would be -5.)
superboy from young justice is a good example here. he is a clone force grown to 16 but at the end of season 1, he is still less than a year old chronologically. there is a 5-year time jump from season 1 to season 2 and in one episode of season 2 it is his birthday. a friend who doesn't know he is a clone asks how old he is and without thinking, he honestly answers 6, this is his chronological age. she gives him a questioning look and he corrects himself to 22, this is his physical age while his apparent age is 16 because as he explains in another episode his appearance is stuck at 16 but his body is still ageing on the inside.
I would also add experiential age. In groundhog's day, Phil relives the same day for at least 12 years (some estimate over 40 years), that time should be added to his experiential age. conversely, if someone has been in a prolonged coma or suffers amnesia that time should be subtracted from their experiential age