Kacey Fifield is a 14 year old singer/songwriter/actress from Los Angeles, California who started acting when she was 8 years old. She appeared in multiple films, commercials and TV shows (including Nickelodeon). Kacey started her singing lessons when she was 10 years old and soon after she has released her first original single “When I grow up”. Since then she has released ten other original singles, including “Hear Me Out” about youth empowerment and kindness.
Kacey’s most recent singles are “Listen To The Silence,” “We Are The Stars” and “Bring Me Down.” Kacey was nominated by The Young Entertainer Awards for her performance in the music video for “Listen to the Silence”. She has also received nominations by Young Artist Awards for best vocalist in “Won’t Give Up” and best performance in the music video for “Listen to the Silence”. Each of her songs contains important messages and inspirational lyrics.
Here’s 5 Fast Facts about Kacey!
Her new song is called Bring Me Down.
My new song “Bring Me Down” is about not letting the haters get to you. You should follow your dreams no matter what and not let anyone’s negativity stop you. It’s a super important message for everyone to remember so they can fulfill their potential! It has a great beat so it’s a perfect song to dance to at all the summer parties.
She has some cool Plan B ideas.
I’d love to be an entrepreneur with my own brand! I also like helping the animals so I would love to have some sort of animal sanctuary. Who knows, I could still do that!
Her biggest pet peeve is_________________
People who jump to conclusions and won’t even bother listening to both sides of the story.
You should probably wash your hands before you meet her.
I am a bit of a germophobic, lol. I wash my hands all the time and carry hand sanitizer everywhere!
She’s got a video coming up!
I’m currently working on a concept for the music video for my new song “Bring Me Down” but shh. Also, always working on new music. 🙂
Scarlet Grace is a teen actress who recently appeared in SONY Pictures’ Holmes and Watson in the role of “Pickle.” She attends the prestigious Arts Educational School in London where many actors have trained and successfully gone onto great careers, such as Catherine Zeta Jones, Jane Seymour, and Claire Folani.
This year, she made her directorial debut with the short film Guilt, which screened at That Film Life as part of the Cannes Film Festival this June 2019. She wrote, directed and filmed it herself!
Here’s 5 fast facts about Scarlet Grace!
She got the chance to work on another big movie.
This month I had the opportunity to work on set of the Fast and Furious 9 at Warner Brothers in London to be released 2020!!
She’s got a transatlantic life.
I have a home in Florida and live between the States and the U.K
She doesn’t like calamari.
One food I refuse to eat is SQUID!
She most relates to your favorite teenage webslinger.
The Marvel superhero who is most like my personality is Spider Man.
She might like things a little too perfect.
One bad habit I would like to change is being too OCD.
Sasha Anne is known for her makeup transformations and tutorials on her Youtube channel where she recreates a ton of stunning cosplay makeup styles including her most popular, Elsa and Anna from Frozen.
She has also recently created and launched her own line of tiny lip glosses called Teeny Wee and received a Shorty Awards Audience Honor for empowering young women with her Gal Gadot and Wonder Woman inspired makeup video.
Here’s 5 Fast Facts about Sasha Anne!
She of course has got a favorite secret beauty hack...
My favorite beauty hack is spraying my beauty blender or brush before blending my foundation.
It is an easier and smoother application and I love the effect.
…but sometimes fails at:
Not washing my brushes or beauty blenders enough. I always forget and I also don’t
ever have the time or patience so I need to get better at that.
She has dyslexia.
It’s sometimes difficult for me to express myself with words. I know what I want to
say in my head but I don’t know how to say it out loud. So it takes me that extra minute to think before I respond. It makes me feel self conscious, since everyone else seems to be speaking and answering so quickly. As a result, people think I’m shy. Writing
things out is easier for me. I have more time to think. The good news is that I have learned how to turn my weakness into my strength by finding creative ways to express myself, through makeup, song, and dance.
She’s kinda weird about her coffee.
I’m very particular about my coffee in the morning. It has to be Dunkin’ Donuts. It has to be iced with skim milk and a French vanilla swirl. And I have postmates deliver it in the morning. This is probably also a “guilty pleasure.”
You can probably relate to her other guilty pleasure.
Being lazy and online shopping… Lol!
*Can we please get a selfie of whatever you are doing at the moment to keep it real for the fans?
Kolten Kirschke was born in Sherman, Texas and just released a new track called “Still Dreaming.” In addition to singing, Kolten also acts, having appeared in Future Man, starring Josh Hutcherson, directed by Seth Rogen and Magic Max.
When not working, Kolten dances for a non-profit organization called Tru Crew and supports anti-bullying causes.
Here’s 5 fast facts about Kolten!
He’s accustomed to the grind needed to “make it.”
I’ve trained as a triple threat most of my life so it’s just become a part of who I am and something I work on everyday. The hard part is just getting it out beyond the local circle.
He digs the Caped Crusader.
Batman. He has no superpowers but he’s uncommonly strong and very very smart. He wasn’t born a super hero like some of the others but made the choice to do good and protect others. So to me he’s a super hero!
He has no idea where his last name comes from.
The origin of my last name is _________? Hmmm. Not really sure I’m going to check into that now!
He showed off a bit too much (literally) while on stage once.
Most embarrassing moment in real life? While performing a hip hop routine, my harem pants came down during a large showcase. Luckily it was towards the end so I just ran off stage!
Briana Roy is a Florida native born on August 14th, 2005. She is an actress and model and is also an Ambassador for L.A. Zoo.
Her feature film called The Forgiven, in which she played the role of Bendu William, is currently on Amazon Prime, and a web series called Soci Circle is coming soon. She also just got signed with Photogenics, one of the top modeling agencies in Los Angeles.
Here’s 5 Fast Facts about Briana Roy!
Her sister, fellow actress and model Jenasha Roy, has a shoe problem.
I would say the only habit of my sister that drives me crazy is when she leaves shoes all over the place
She claims to never have been starstruck, except maybe this story shows she might have been just a little lol:
Oh no, but I saw Keanu Reeves at the premiere of Always Be My Maybe. He was literally on the blue carpet not too far from me while I was being interviewed. I was like OMG! He is literally a few feet away from me and then he was passing behind me and I wanted to say hello but was kind of shy and he said “I love your hair” and “You look beautiful,” and I was like WHAT? KEANU REEVES just said that to me OMG! this is awesome.
There is one thing which is always part of her makeup repertoire.
One makeup hack that I use constantly is always having Q-tips .
She is 13 going on 30? 40?
One thing that people would be surprised about me is they don’t know I can really cook and also I have a gray hair at this early age lol.
She has an unusual guilty pleasure.
Uh guilty pleasure: I love eating hot chips covered in chocolate
Have you watched the new All That on Nickelodeon yet? One of the stars, Ryan Alessi, was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. He started studying with The Second City improvisational comedy troupe in Chicago at the age of eight, and immediately fell in love with comedy and improv. After moving to California, Ryan continued to further his career by studying with The Groundlings in Los Angeles. Ryan is currently on the brand new reboot of All That on Nick, where he is able to perform some of his own characters, impressions, and accents.
Here’s 5 Fast Facts about Ryan!
He loves his new gig.
The best part of being on All That is that I get to go to work every day and laugh.
He doesn’t like when people do a certain thing with a cupcake.
My biggest pet peeve is when people eat all the icing off of a cupcake before they eat it.
Speaking of cake, he does have one he prefers.
My favorite dessert is a peanut butter and chocolate cake, that is served at a coffee shop near our house.
His Plan B is pretty cool.
I think people would be surprised to know that other than acting, my dream is to be a fashion designer.
He’s kind of a deep thinker.
My secret fear is not being able to experience everything life has to offer.
BaiYu Fisher is a dancer and self-taught contortionist born in China with albinism and given up by her birth parents. She was adopted by her mom Lisa at age 2 and now lives in Iowa with two brothers, a sister, and her grandmother.
Albinism means a lack of pigment in skin, hair and eyes, and this has left BaiYu legally blind. Despite this, she began gymnastics at age four and dance at age 10, taking classes from recognized names such as tWitch, Travis Wall, and Mark Meiser. She was also featured in a Telly Award winning documentary about her albinism (scroll down to watch).
She graduated high school at age 16 and will attend Iowa State University on scholarship to study advertising with a minor in dance. Not only that, but she has joined the ranks of Instagram influencers with a small but loyal following.
Here’s 5 Fast Facts about BaiYu!
She’s coming to California this summer.
I’m working on something with Jordan Matter when I go to California this summer. And I would love to work with Famous Birthdays on something.
She’s pretty chill — except for when her mom does ONE annoying thing.
My biggest pet peeve is actually something that happens a lot at home. My mom will call us down saying supper is ready, we go down there and there is no food, like what?! Other than that I don’t get too annoyed by much.
Her fav food is true to her lineage.
The one food I couldn’t live without would be noodles.
She’s a little salty about one particular issue.
If I met my birth parents I would probably not say anything. They didn’t want me to begin with, why would they want me now?
She uses her albinism as a driving force towards success.
I think albinism has made me the fighter that I am. I am persistent with pretty much everything I do, I won’t quit until it’s accomplished. My goals for the future are to empower young children and show them that even when the world thinks you aren’t good enough, once you find the fire in your soul you can light the world with happiness.
Brandon Stewart is an actor, singer and content creator. Lionsgate’s movie “Future World” was his latest film released in theaters starring James Franco and Snoop Dogg. This Summer, Brandon will be returning as a celebrity judge for the second season of the singing competition web series called “Shine.” His new feature film/musical “Moondance” is also set to premiere this year.
Here’s 5 Fast Facts about Brandon!
He’s more than just an actor.
Brandon TV launches this August rolling out numerous web series shows, short films and music videos for our niche audience. After signing with AwesomnessTV, we’re now growing my digital medium into a destination for award-winning content — easily accessible and streamable anytime. The show we decided to lead off with was Shine. We ordered a second season of the web series and brought it to our network. The show did really well on its own platform online and has a nice viewership from last season alone. It was exactly what we’re looking for when deciding what kind of concepts we want to produce. I produced the show in its first season and sat on the panel, but I had no idea it would play a bigger role in the launch of a big digital media conglomerate. My team at AwesomnessTV and partners at Viacom digital studios have big expectations for Brandon TV. We’re hoping to steal a big piece of the market share and make waves in digital entertainment.
He’s not a fan of wanna-bes.
As a judge, it takes everything in me not to blow when a singer tells me they’ve just up and decided to audition. We’ve had singers stroll in off the street with so much potential, but there’s a spark in singers’ eyes that I look for. I’d say my biggest pet peeve is not seeing the connection. Does this singer really need this? Could they be a real artist? They have to have that fire in their belly and a go-getter attitude. If not, it’s a no from me. I don’t care how talented you think you are. We look for undiscovered gems, not lazy egos.
He’s got a sweet tooth.
Wow! Curve ball. Okay, I would say my favorite flavor would be a shameless plug for Cold Stone. Their Oreo cream filling ice cream flavor, mixed in with Reese’s and warm brownie bites. Don’t judge me for that one.
He’s a total people-person.
I love people. And this business is a people’s business. I get to deal with people every single day whether it’s on the phone, on set for a new project or at a red carpet event. You have to be a people’s person to understand entertainment. Demographics are different around the world and understanding the culture behind why a certain group of people just didn’t like your tv show or film, is an experienced filmmaker. There’s so many great shows that are cancelled after one season. But with this business, being yourself is all you need. I’m thankful to all my loyal and supportive friends I’ve made in this business this far. It’s a special feeling.
His most important advice to other creators is to be consistent.
I always tell people the hardest part about entertainment is the first few years. You meet plenty of snakes. It’s people who don’t have your best interest in mind. You have to ignore them. You have to stand up for yourself, take those learning lessons and grow as an individual. The further you progress in this industry, the higher caliber friends you will meet. It takes longer than usual for people to trust in this industry; and for good reason. I’ve been burned several times. The difference between me and those who gave up? I didn’t let that define me. I never allow negativity to creep into my thinking process. It’s all a journey. There will be ups and downs, but staying consistent is the most important part. Doing that, you earn the respect of the industry’s greats. That’s when you’re playing in the major leagues.