American TikTok star who primarily posts lip-sync videos to her addisonre account. She has gained over 50 million fans on her TikTok account. In late 2019, she joined <a title='Charli D Amelio' href='/famous/charli-d-amelio.htm'>Charli D'Amelio</a>, <a title='Chase Hudson' href='/famous/chase-hudson-youtubestar.htm'>Chase Hudson</a> and other popular TikTok creators in forming the collaborative group The Hype House. She is rated one of the top 10 hottest girls in the world.
Eldest son of NBA superstar <a title='LeBron James' href='/famous/lebron-james.htm'>LeBron James</a> and <a title='Savannah Brinson' href='/famous/savannah-brinson.htm'>Savannah Brinson</a> who was already gaining recruitment interest at the age of 9 from Ohio State head coach <a title='Thad Matta' href='/famous/thad-matta.htm'>Thad Matta</a> as well as Kentucky head coach <a title='John Calipari' href='/famous/john-calipari.htm'>John Calipari</a>.
Representing the "Bars" half of the British singing and rapping duo Bars and Melody, he is the rapping member of the group. Along with <a title='Charlie Lenehan' href='/famous/charlie-lenehan.htm'>Charlie Lenehan</a>, AKA Melody, he finished in third place of Britain's Got Talent in 2014. He has also been a presenter on the British TV series Friday Download.
Jazz Jennings is a teenager known for her LGBTQ rights activism. She was born male but accepted her female transgender identity at a very young age. She is one of the youngest publically documented transgender people. Jazz was diagnosed with gender dysphoria, a gender identity disorder, when she was four. Since then she has appeared on numerous talk shows and also features in a TLC reality show named ˜I Am Jazz' that focuses on the family's struggles of raising a transgender girl. She also co-wrote a book by the same name describing the struggles of being a transgender girl. She actively participates in LGBTQ rights events and works for several charity organizations.
Jordan Matter is a well-known American photographer known for his stunning headshots. He's also the author of a number of well-known books, including Dancers Among Us: A Celebration of Joy in Everyday Life. Jordan, the grandson of famed photographer Herbert Matter, was also influenced by Henri Cartier-Bresson, a photojournalist. Matter had no intention of pursuing photography as a vocation; in fact, throughout his undergraduate years, he was a popular baseball player who aspired to be an actor. Despite hailing from a family with a long history in photography, Matter's photographic career began in an unusual manner. He snapped some headshots of one of his model buddies, and the photos became quite popular. Soon after, he began receiving requests for him to shoot aspiring models. Several agents began referring him to models, allowing him to launch a successful career as a photographer. Matter has now been covered by major news organizations such as MSNBC, CBS, NBC, and the BBC, and Tyra Banks has interviewed him. In addition, he has been published in leading magazines and has been on "The Today Show." Matter is noted for his unconventional approach to photography, which distinguishes him from other pros in the area.
Daniel Nguyen is an American Instagram star, social media influencer, former Viner, and aspiring actor. He is more popular on social media as Nampaikid or Dan Nampaikid. A native of Massachusetts, Dan was a creative and exuberant child. In May 2013, he decided to set up an account on Vine and all his creativity and energy found the perfect outlet. He became one of its biggest stars and collaborated with other top Viners, such as Logan Paul, Gary Rojas, Max Jr, and Anwar Jibawi. After the short video hosting site shut down in 2016, Dan chose Instagram as his new main platform. At the height of his and the platform's popularity, he boasted of over a million followers on Vine. Over the years, he has accumulated 131 thousand, 1.5 million, and 1.8 million followers on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook respectively and 90 thousand subscribers on YouTube. In 2015, he made his acting debut in the video short ˜Black Woman'.
GradeAUnderA is a YouTube personality from the United Kingdom who rose to fame for his hilarious style of commentary and outspoken thoughts on a variety of topics, notably in the YouTube community. He is also well-known and popular on Twitch and Twitter, where he has a sizable fan base. He was studying to become a teacher before he became a prominent YouTuber. However, owing to a disagreement with his instructor, he dropped out of the program in the middle and became a full-time YouTuber. After months of disappointment, his April 2013 video, 'Girly Drinks vs. Manly Drinks,' earned a considerable amount of views. He explains his YouTube identity GradeAUnderA' as a summation of himself, and he was nominated for the title of Best YouTuber by Reddit users. While GradeA refers to a student in Grade A status, UnderA identifies him as a life underachiever! At one point in time, his channel and connected business were both profitable. But, as of late, he has been releasing videos infrequently and disappearing for extended periods of time.
Nicole Corrales is a Brazilian social-media personality. She appears in the vlogs hosted by her individual 'YouTube' channel, her family channel with her boyfriend, and her boyfriend's self-titled channel. Nicole primarily posts videos on fashion and makeup on her channel. She also appears in family vlogs on her channel with her boyfriend. She is also quite popular on 'Instagram' and 'Twitter.' Nicole and her boyfriend have a daughter named Harlow.
Roshon Bernard Fegan, famously known as Roshon, is an American actor, rapper, songwriter and dancer. Son of another famous Hollywood TV actor and producer Roy Fegan, Roshon was always interested in making a career in acting. To work on his acting skills, he joined BK Acting Studio and the USC 32nd Street Performing Arts School at a very early age. He started his career with a very small role in the movie ˜Spiderman-2' and caught audience's attention with his stint as Sander Loyer in the Disney movie franchise ˜Camp Rock' and as Ty Blue in a Disney channel sitcom ˜Shake it up'. Apart from acting, Roshon is also an enthusiastic dancer and musician. He was a participant in the reality television show, ˜Dancing with the Stars' and has released a number of his own songs through iTunes. He is a fan of old school music like Jazz, Soul and R&B and believes that his personal brand of music is inspired by them. He has his own Entertainment label, ˜3inaRo Entertainment', through which he plans to release music albums featuring him dancing and rapping to his songs. Currently he has a recurring role on OWN network's ˜Greenleaf' which is a show produced by Oprah Winfrey.
Sergio Calderon is an American singer-songwriter. After being crowned as one of the winners of ABC's reality competition TV series ˜Boy Band' in 2017, he became a member of the pop group In Real Life. A native of California, he has been performing at the local church and in Redwood City's Fourth of July parade from an early age. Calderon was a promising soccer player at his school but in 2016, decided to give it all up so he could pursue a career in music. He subsequently began to upload videos of his songs on YouTube and perform live on Theatre Way in downtown Redwood City. Gradually, he developed a loyal fan base which ultimately led to his appearance on ˜Boy Band'. Calderon, along with four others, eventually won the competition and as a result, was put in a new band called ˜In Real Life'. Signed with Hollywood Records, the group put out their first single, ˜Eyes Closed', on the night of ˜Boy Band's final episode.
Short form content creator and TikTok personality who rose to fame by posting lip sync, dance, comedy, and beauty videos on her emmanortss account. She has gone on to garner more than 1.3 million fans.
Rio Mangini is an American actor, composer, and musician, best known for his role of ˜McQuaid' in the comedy“drama ˜Everything Sucks!' Rio fell in love with acting at the age of 10, when he starred in the short film ˜Six Letter Word,' as ˜Jax,' in 2012. After appearing in a few TV projects, Rio was seen in the direct-to-video film ˜The Little Rascals Save the Day' in 2014. The movie was the sequel of 1994 movie ˜The Little Rascals.' He made his TV debut in the 2013 science-fiction comedy ˜Marvin Marvin.' Some of his other TV appearances were in ˜Kickin' It' (2012), ˜Bella and the Bulldogs' (2015), ˜General Hospital' (2017), and ˜Everything Sucks!' (2018). Rio is the son of ˜Academy Award'-winning sound designer/editor Mark Mangini. With music and entertainment in his blood, Rio turned out to be a piano prodigy. As a pianist, he made his debut when he was 9 years of age. He has also won various awards and accolades for his piano skills, one of them being the ˜Young Artist Award' for ˜Outstanding Instrumentalist' in 2012. Rio is set to appear in the 2018 film ˜Reach.'