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Bridgit Mendler
Bridgit Mendler 2013 (Straighten Crop).jpg
Mendler in 2013
Born Bridgit Claire Mendler
(1992-12-18) December 18, 1992 (age 22)
Washington, D.C., U.S.
Residence Mill Valley, California, U.S.
Occupation Singer-songwriter, actress
Years active 2004–present
Musical career
Genres Pop,[1] reggae fusion,[2][3] R&B,[3] soul,[4] funk,[5] hip hop soul[6]
Instruments Vocals, guitar, piano, keytar
Labels Hollywood
Website
bridgitmendlermusic.com

Bridgit Claire Mendler (born December 18, 1992)[7] is an American singer-songwriter, actress and producer.[8] In 2004, she began her career in the animated Indian film The Legend of Buddha. As a teenage star Mendler starred in the films Alice Upside Down, The Clique and Labor Pains. In 2009, she signed with Disney Channel and played Juliet on Wizards of Waverly Place. Following the positive reception to her character on Wizards of Waverly Place, she landed the role Teddy Duncan on the new Disney series Good Luck Charlie, which premiered in April 2010 and ended in February 2014. In 2011, she appeared in the film based on the series Good Luck Charlie, It's Christmas.

She starred in the Disney Channel Original Movie Lemonade Mouth, in which her character Olivia performs numerous songs. Two singles were released from the soundtrack featuring her vocals, with both charting on the US Billboard Hot 100. In 2012, Mendler released her debut album Hello My Name Is..., which featured a pop sound.[9] It debuted at number 30 on the US Billboard 200, and has sold over 200,000 copies. Her debut single off the album "Ready or Not", became an international Top 40 hit, the song was certified gold in Norway, and platinum in New Zealand, United States and Canada and peaked at number 49 on the Billboard Hot 100. It was announced that her second single would be "Hurricane". The video premiered on April 12, 2013 and was shot in London. "Hurricane" has been certified gold in the USA for selling 500,000 copies.

Mendler has links with several philanthropic projects and humanitarian causes. In 2010, Mendler became ambassador to First Book, a campaign to encourage reading and gives books to children in need.[10] In July 2012, Mendler also became ambassador of the campaign Give With Target with Target Corporation to raise funds to reform schools in the United States.[11] She was featured in a March 2013 public campaign called Delete Digital Drama with the Seventeen magazine to end cyberbullying.[12] In May 2013, Mendler traveled to the United Kingdom to fundraise for Comic Relief, given the aim of making her laugh with their jokes for a £1 donation. The campaign aimed to raising £100,000 and give families hope.[13] In March 2014, Mendler traveled to El Quiché, Guatemala to participate in the other project of Save the Children that helps underprivileged children in developing countries.[14] She also represented the institution during the charity congress Save the Children's annual Advocacy Summit in Washington, D.C..[15]

Early life[edit]

Mendler was born in Washington, D.C. on December 18 1992 and is the daughter of Sandy and Charles Mendler. She moved with her family to Mill Valley, California at the age of eight.[16] It was there where she first expressed interest in acting and began working in plays.[17] When she was eight years old, Mendler began taking part in local roles in both dramatic and musical theatre, and became the youngest performer in the San Francisco Fringe Festival.[18] When she was 11 years old, she hired an agent to help her get acting jobs.[19] On the decision, Mendler stated: "I was 11 when I did a play out in Northern California and I really enjoyed it and I decided that I wanted to pursue a career, so I got an agent and did commercials and voice-overs and that sort of thing."[20]

Career[edit]

2004–09: Beginning and films[edit]

Mendler at Alice Upside Down premiere in 2007.

In 2004, Mendler got her first acting role in the animated Indian film The Legend of Buddha, in which she portrayed Lucy. When she was only 13 years old, she got an acting role as a guest star on the soap opera General Hospital.[21] She portrayed the dream child of character Lulu Spencer, in which the two have an argument on Mendler's character's birthday.[22] The scene, lasting just under a minute, is later revealed to be a dream.[23] That same year, Mendler was the voice of the character Thorn in the video game Bone: The Great Cow Race, which was based on the Bone comic series. In 2007, Mendler made her film debut in the film adaption of the Alice series, titled Alice Upside Down. Mendler starred alongside Disney Channel actress Alyson Stoner and Lucas Grabeel.[24] Mendler portrayed the antagonistic role of Pamela,[25] who is the rival of Stoner's character, Alice.[26][27] For the film's soundtrack, Mendler provided backing vocals on the song "Free Spirit", performed by Stoner.[28] Also in 2007 Mendler auditioned for Sonny with a Chance for the role of Sonny Munroe, but Demi Lovato was chosen.[29]

In 2008, it was announced that Mendler would play the role of Kristen Gregory in the film adaption of the popular teen novel series The Clique by Lisi Harrison. Mendler had the role of Kristen, a girl who attends OCD on a scholarship, and works hard to keep her good grades.[30] The Clique was released straight to DVD in Fall of 2008, her second film to be released in this format. In 2007, Mendler had begun working on a film with actress and singer Lindsay Lohan titled Labor Pains, which kept being pushed back due to various conflicts and problems. Though initially slated for a theatrical release, the film did not receive one in the US and was instead released as a TV film on ABC Family in 2009. The film did, however, receive a theatrical release in countries such as Russia, Romania, Spain, the United Arab Emirates, Ecuador, and Mexico. The film drew 2.1 million viewers, a better-than-average prime-time audience for ABC Family, and per the network, was the week's top cable film among coveted female demographic groups.[31] She had a supporting role in the film Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel.[32]

In 2009, Mendler became a recurring character in the Disney Channel series Wizards of Waverly Place, alongside Selena Gomez and David Henrie. Mendler portrayed the role of Juliet Van Heusen,[33] a vampire who later forms a romance with David Henrie's character Justin Russo. This lasts till the series finale.[34] Mendler would go on to appear in eleven episodes total for the series, spanning from 2009 to 2012 when the series officially ended.[35]

2010–13: Good Luck Charlie and Hello My Name Is...[edit]

Jason Dolley, Mendler and Bradley Steven Perry in October 2010

In 2010, Mendler became the star of the Disney Channel Original Series Good Luck Charlie, centering around a teenage girl who makes videos for her baby sister to watch as she gets older.[36] The series premiered on April 4, 2010, and was met with a positive critical reception and viewership.[37] In 2011, she starred as Olivia White, the lead role in the Disney Channel Original Movie Lemonade Mouth,[38][39] watched by 5.7 million viewers on its premiere night.[40] Mendler performed numerous songs for the film's soundtrack, which was released on April 12, 2011 by Walt Disney Records. The first single released from the soundtrack, titled "Somebody",[41] was released on March 4, and peaked at number 89 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.[42][43] The second single, "Determinate", charted in numerous other countries and peaked at number 51 on the Billboard Hot 100.[42] In an interview with Kidzworld Media, Mendler confirmed that there will not be a sequel to Lemonade Mouth, commenting: "There’s not [going to be a sequel to Lemonade Mouth] unfortunately. We had such a great experience working on the movie, and they tried to figure something out for a sequel, but everyone at Disney felt like the movie had completed its story in the first movie. It was a great experience, and I loved working with the cast members and still see them frequently."[44]

In 2011, Mendler had the supporting role of Appoline in the straight to DVD film Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2. Mendler recorded the song "This Is My Paradise" for the film, which was released as a promotional single on January 11, 2011[45] with a music video directed by Alex Zamm.[46] On March 31, 2011, it was confirmed that Mendler had signed with Hollywood Records, and had begun working on her debut album.[47][48] Also in 2011 Mendler also starred the Disney Channel Original Movie Good Luck Charlie, It's Christmas!, which premiered on December 2, 2011.[49] The song "I'm Gonna Run to You" was co-written and performed by Mendler, and was also featured in the film and released as promotional single on November 12, 2011.[50] Mendler later co-wrote and sang the Disney's Friends for Change Games anthem called "We Can Change the World", released as her third promotional single on June 11, 2011.[51] In 2012, she guest starred in the television series House as Callie Rogers, a homeless runaway teenager with a mysterious illness.[52] She voiced the lead role of Arrietty in the American English dub of The Secret World of Arrietty and recorded a song "Summertime" for the movie, released as a promotional single on February 2.[53]

Mendler performing on Summer Tour in July 2013.

In Summer 2012, Mendler confirmed that the title of her official debut single was "Ready or Not", written by Mendler herself, Emanuel "Eman" Kiriakou and Evan "Kidd" Bogart. The song was released for digital download on August 7 and for radio airplay on August 21, 2012.[54] "Ready or Not" peaked at 49 in the United States[55] and 53 in Australia,[56] but at number seven in the United Kingdom and within the top twenty of the charts in Belgium, the Republic of Ireland and New Zealand.[57][58][59][60][61] The song received platinum certification in the United States[62] and Canada[63] and Gold in Denmark,[64] New Zealand[65] and Norway.[66] Mendler ventured on her first headlining tour, Bridgit Mendler: Live in Concert, supporting her first studio album. The tour primarily reached only North America and she played at state fairs, music festivals and Jingle Ball's concerts series.[67] Mendler's debut album, Hello My Name Is..., was released on October 22 by Hollywood Records and all the songs were written by Mendler with collaborators.[9] The album peaked at number 30 on the Billboard 200[68] and sold less than 200,000 copies in the country.[69] Internationally "Hello My Name Is .." debuted in a few countries as Poland, Australia, United Kingdom, France and Spain.[70][71][72][73] Mendler's vocals have been compared to Lily Allen, Cher Lloyd, Jessie J and Karmin.[3] She released two promotional singles on the album: "Forgot to Laugh" and "Top of the World".

On February 12, 2013, her second single, "Hurricane", was released for radio airplay.[74] The song peaked at number 1 on the Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 in the United States. On April 2 Mendler released a remix single version[75] and, on June 21, a EP remixed.[76] Also in June Mendler debuted her second tour, the Summer Tour, reaching only the United States. In April 30 she released the extended play Live in London, by Universal Music, recorded at a special performance in the United Kingdom.[77][78]

Mendler performing at Summer Tour in 2014.

2013–present: Undateable and upcoming second album[edit]

On August 9, 2013, Mendler confirmed in an interview to Billboard that she was working on her second studio album, but she had to start writing songs again, because she lost all the songs already written when her laptop broke.[79] On September 9, Mendler revealed on her Twitter some snippets of a new song.[80] On September 25, she confirmed that was she was back recording in the studio.[81] In November, Mendler revealed some producers and songwriters of the upcoming album, including Mitch Allan, Dan Book, Alexei Misoul, Augie Ray, Beloryze and Trion.[82] On February 7, 2014, it was revealed that Mendler did not work with any producer that she worked with for her debut album, and that she was recording with British producers TMS, Ina Wroldsen, Steve Mac, and Sean Douglas.[83] On February 13, 2014, Mendler revealed in an interview to KTLA Morning News that she will start the 2014 Summer Tour, and that her album will be out afterhand.[84] On March 18, in an interview with Paper magazine, she confirmed the title of one of the new songs, "Rome".[85]

On June 28, Mendler began the second leg of the Summer Tour, in Charlottetown, Canada.[86] On that date, she sang one of her new songs, "Fly to You",[87] about a self-destructive relationship, but it was worth it in the end.[88] On July 5, she performed another new song, "Deeper Shade Of Us", a disco and dance-pop work.[89] On November 24 in an interview with Clevver TV posted on YouTube, Mendler confirmed she was working on, as well as finishing, her second studio album and will be release in 2015.[90] The next day, on November 25, Mendler was announced for main cast of the NBC's comedy series Undateable in its second season.[91] She will star as Candace, a unlucky and undefeatably optimistic waitress.[92]

Philanthropy[edit]

Mendler visited a school in Baltimore, MD, to donate $25,000 for Target's campaign, in 2012.

In 2010, Mendler became ambassador to First Book, a campaign to encourage reading and gives books to children in need.[10] In 2011 it became part of Disney's Friends for Change, a pro-social "green" initiative of charity for environmental issues encouraging fans to take action.[10] As campaign theme that year Mendler released a promotional single on June 11, "We Can Change the World", raising $250,000 for the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund.[51] She also participated of the Disney's Friends for Change Games, a Olympic-based televised games aired on the Disney Channel, getting $125,000 donation to UNICEF as Yellow Team captain and also competing for $100,000. But her team lost to the World Wide Fund for Nature.[93] In 2012 Mendler won the honorary award Common Sense Media as Role Model of the Year for her work against bullyng.[94] Mendler was the third young artist to win the award, which usually honors environmentalists and scholars.[95] She also attended the annual UNICEF acoustic concert in New York to raise donations for charity in January 2013.[96] In July 2012 Mendler became ambassador of the campaign Give With Target with Target Corporation to raise funds to reform schools in the United States.[11] The campaign aims to get $1 billion by 2015.[97] To start the Target campaign, they invested $5 million and distributed $25,000 grants to 100 in-need schools for the school year.[11] Mendler said about the incentive: “I’m excited to partner with Target on their Give With Target campaign and celebrate the start of a new school year with kids across the country. It's so important for all kids to have everything they need for a successful school year”.[11] In August she got $5 million donated by The Walt Disney Company and more $2 million donated by people at Facebook.[98]

Mendler with children-in-need in Baltimore, MD, in 2012.

She was featured in a March 2013 public campaign Delete Digital Drama with the Seventeen Magazine to end cyberbullying.[12] About the campaign she said "Being bullied is something I experienced in school and it is not fun...I love working to end cyberbullying. People don't have to push back as much as they would in real life. People need to realize bullying has just as much of an impact online because words are so cutting and difficult to deal with".[99][100] In May 2013 Mendler traveled to the United Kingdom to fundraise for Comic Relief, given the aim of making her laugh with their jokes for a £1 donation. The campaign aimed to raising £100,000 and give families hope.[13] About this work, she said: 'I love supporting something that is so positive and fun for people to get involved in and where people can really do something to help out."[13] She also worked with Acuvue being a mentor to help Katie, a winner of the 2013 Acuvue 1-Day Contest, get closer to her dream of making a difference.[101] On October 8 Mendler hosted the event We Day of Free The Children Foundation, a campaign that helps build schools for underprivileged children of Canadian and American cities.[102][103] Also for Free The Children Foundation she was godmother of We Create a Change to help needy children.[104]

On November 16, 2013 Mendler participated of the World Challenge Marathon for Save the Children Foundation, a charity race to helps children with health problems.[105] In March 2014, Mendler traveled to region of El Quiché, Guatemala to participate in the other project of Save the Children that helps underprivileged children in developing countries.[14] On April 8, she released the Baby Sit In, that asks for teens to help give parents a break and give babies a healthy start to their life. Mendler said "It’s an easy way for kids to help little ones everywhere get a healthy start and an opportunity to learn just by doing something they do most weekends anyway".[106] Mendler represented the institution during the charity congress Save the Children's annual Advocacy Summit in Washington, D.C..[15] Carolyn Miles, the Save the Children's president, thanked Mendler publicly for humanitarian work: "We are thrilled to have Bridgit on board. Her passion for helping children truly came through when she met with families and kids during her visits to the remote communities in the deserts of California and Guatemala's western highlands".[15]

Personal life[edit]

Relationships[edit]

Mendler performing with her boyfriend Shane Harper in 2011.

On March 27, 2012, Shane Harper said in an interview with Officially the Hottest that he was dating Mendler. Harper told the interviewer that they became friends early in Good Luck Charlie and began dating in 2011.[107] In an interview with Cambio in September 2012, Mendler stated that it took two years between her meeting Harper and beginning to date him.[108] In March 2013, Mendler said in an interview with the Daily Mail that the fact her boyfriend is also her on-screen boyfriend on Good Luck Charlie doesn't disturb the relationship: "I think it makes it easier, especially when it's a person who you've worked with for a long time".[109] To Classicalite, Mendler talked about the 3 years of dating with Harper, and said it took for them to begin something, because she needed time to think. She said: "We knew each other for a while, were friends for a long time. I think everybody was very respectful about it and wanted to make sure that it wouldn't be weird".[110]

Public image[edit]

In September, 2012, Mendler revealed in an interview to Krista Smith of Vanity Fair that was studying Liberal Arts at the University of Southern California.[111][112] She decided to study art after two members of her band joined at the USC.[113] In an interview to Brian Mansfield of USA Today, in 2012, Mendler said: "My plan right now is just to do one class at a time and see how that goes. I'm just going to study something that will be interesting and doable from the road and just take care of my general education courses for now. I want to know something outside of what I do".[114] In 2013, she chose Anthropology[115] and studied Jazz History, Medieval Visual Culture and Medical Anthropology.[116][117] To Ernest Macias of University Star, Mendler said the USC was important for she doesn't have a formulaic career: "I think seeing that college life and what that would’ve been like, it does make you wonder what sort of lifestyle that would be, but I’m really grateful for what I have, and I think it’s cool that, because my career path is not as formulaic, I can kind of decide when I want to take time off to do certain things".[115] Mendler has doctorate plans,[114] inspired by her mother, doctor of public policy.[118]

Mendler have a clean and honest image, staying out of trouble and scandals.[119] She was listed as an "annoying" artist by Top Ten because she was excessively correct.[119] Mendler was included in sixteen by Billboard as the next big artist in 2012.[120] In 2013 she also appeared in the list of thirteen.[121] She was also chosen as one of the ten hottest young female artists by Forbes Woman.[122] In 2012, Mendler was chosen as role model of the year by Common Sense Media, a non-profit organization that honors innovative minds from the worlds of entertainment, public policy and technology and rewards mainly teachers, scientists and philanthropists.[123] She was honored for her charity work in anti-bullying actions, improving the lives of families by providing a trustworthy role model and creating a positive impact in the world.[124] Mendler was the second young artist to win the award, after Miranda Cosgrove.[125]

Artistry[edit]

Influences[edit]

Mendler has cited Bob Dylan as her biggest musical influence.[126] To Ed Condran of Hartford Courant she said that: "You look at what Bob Dylan and artists like him have done and you just can't help but be blown away. I'm just glad I have the opportunity to start with this and I just want to take it as far as I can".[127] In an interview with Disney Channel Netherlands, she revealed that her favorite song was "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" from Dylan's 1963 album The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan.[128] To Taylor Trudon of Huffington Post she said: "He was the first musician I got into where I paid attention to songwriting. He has a way of writing songs that's really playful with lyrics, but at the same time he's saying something that people feel is important and that they relate to. He spoke for a whole generation.".[126] Also to Trudon, Mendler cited Etta James, Elvis Presley, B.B. King, Lily Allen, Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday, and talked about these artists: "I love that they have soul in their voices. I think that's something important is having".[126] Other musical influences include Elvis Costello,[129] The Delfonics,[130] Red Hot Chili Peppers[6] and Van Morrison.[131] During an interview with Yahoo!, in 2012, Mendler also commented that her first female influence was the R&B girl group Salt-N-Pepa and sang an impromptu acapella rendition of the song "Shoop".[132]

Mendler has cited Bob Dylan (left), Florence and the Machine (centre) and Feist (right) as her musical influences.[114]

She said hip hop band Fugees had great influence in her music training and also the recording of the debut album and song "Ready or Not", "One of the writers was like ‘Check out this Fugees song, ‘Ready or Not’. So we all listened to it and were like that would be kind of fun to do some sort of interpolation off of that song, which is what we did. I think it stands by itself as its own song but it still has that memorable quality of the Fugees song, which is fun. I think we were all really proud of it and hoping it will go far".[133] For her debut album, Hello My Name Is..., Mendler was inspired by indie pop singers Ingrid Michaelson and Feist.[134] She also mentioned Ed Sheeran and said she would love to write songs with him.[135] Among the pop music artists, she cited Maroon 5,[136] No Doubt, Destiny's Child,[131] Justin Timberlake,[137] Beyoncé and Bruno Mars.[126] She cited Jamie Foxx as a great model of how to have a career in acting and music.[126] In an interview to Pop! Bang! Boom, was cited the indie rock bands The Kooks and Arctic Monkeys and the hip hop duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis.[138]

Mendler said that is influenced by British neo-soul and listed Ellie Goulding, Florence and the Machine, Marina Diamandis, and Lianne La Havas as her biggest British influences.[114] She has mentioned Natasha Bedingfield,[131] Broken Bells, Mark Ronson and Amy Winehouse.[129] In 2013 Mendler revealed to have a big admiration for the Adele's musical style. To Disney Channel UK she said that "admire the career of Adele, because she has her own musical style. She does things her way and writes about things she is passionate about. It is really working out well for her".[129] She was also influenced by Canadian artists Feist[136] and Tegan and Sara.[139] To Hartford Courant she commented: "I've been a fan of Tegan and Sara's for awhile. They just do what they want to do. They don't follow trends".[127] She covered the song "I Was a Fool" by the duo and released with the message: "I heard this song by Tegan and Sara a couple weeks ago and couldn't stop singing it, so I just had to do my own version".[140] In 2014, she mentioned in an interview to CKQK-FM Canadian artists Nelly Furtado, Joni Mitchell and European bands Coldplay and Little Dragon as influences in composing her second album.[141]

In acting career, Mendler has cited some influences as Jamie Foxx, Natalie Portman and Rachel McAdams. About McAdams she said that "She plays a variety of roles, she has a lot of charisma, and she doesn’t try to live her life in the public eye".[112] She also admires the dedication of Christian Bale: "I could not live my life as committed to the craft as he does, with body transformations and such, he goes to such extremes but he is very admirable".[112] Mendler also mentioned Lindsay Lohan as a great actress.[142]

Lyrical themes and songwriting[edit]

I think the fear when writing a song always that the outside world won’t think it’s as awesome as you do. That’s the scary part about progressing through releasing the song, and also the fun part in sharing it with other people. Sharing that experience with all of these people, it goes from being something that’s very much for me and for the other writers who wrote with me, into being something that’s for everybody else. That’s what performing is. You’re giving it to everyone else. I think that that’s really cool, it’s also super trippy, because you’d never think this thing that you created in a small room with four other people would be something you’d get to share with so many people".

— Mendler about the writing process.[133]

Thematically, Guilherme Tintel of Portal It Pop has noted that Mendler wasn't immature as the first work of other Hollywood artists.[143] Tintel compares her songs to Jessie J, Katy Perry, Natalia Kills and Taylor Swift.[143] Mendler said that the writing process isn't hard, because she was influenced by her own experiences.[133] Her debut single, "Ready or Not", talks about self-confidence and deal with boys.[133] To Pop Dirt Mendler said: "I consider myself to be that girl sitting at the curb waiting for the world, so I think it’s a great message to send to just go for the things that you want to take charge of".[133] Her debut album discussed relationships ("Rocks at My Window", "Top of the World", "Love Will Tell Us Where to Go", "The Fall Song" and "Hold On for Dear Love"), break-up ("5:15"), alienation and romantic chaos ("Hurricane" and "Forgot to Laugh"), self-confidence ("Ready or Not"), self-esteem ("City Lights"), friendship ("We're Dancing"), money ("All I See Is Gold") and blonde girls ("Blonde").[143]

To Hartford Courant she commented that writing is a compulsion. "It's also something I really enjoy. I like to create. It's part of being a recording artist. I love to write songs".[127] Mendler also said she didn't want to make commercial songs, but timeless songs. "I want to make music that stands the test of time. You look at what Bob Dylan and artists like him have done and you just can't help but be blown away. I'm just glad I have the opportunity to start with this and I just want to take it as far as I can. I wanted variety and to just make things really interesting. This isn't just something that comes out of a machine. It came out of me. This isn't about product. I want to grow as an artist. I remember listening to certain recording artists and songs that had a really big impact on me".[127]

Musical and voice style[edit]

Mendler's vocal range spans 3.4 octaves.[144][145] She's mezzo-soprano.[144] Sávio Alves of Febre Teen Magazine said that Mendler's voice was "strong and sweet". He calls Mendler's voice as "metallic tone" and "rare in young female singers".[144] His voice was compared to indie and blues artists.[145] Her music is generally pop[1] and reggae fusion[2][3] and has features R&B,[3] soul,[4] funk,[5] and hip hop soul.[6] In an interview, she said she prefers to escape the traditional pop and dance-pop and adding other elements. "I have funky, R&B tendencies when I write by myself. I really love doo-wop and a jazzy swing beat. Rhythm is a big emphasis in my own writing".[134] Mendler possesses a mezzo-soprano vocal range and she reaches three octaves.[1] Her voice and style has been compared constantly to that of Cher Lloyd[109] and Lily Allen.[3] She has been compared to Miley Cyrus, who also started on the Disney Channel, but in an interview to Christian Post Mendler said: "I'm not Miley Cyrus. There may be some similarities but I'm my own person."[146] In 2013 during an interview with the Huffington Post, Mendler was compared to other young artists and asked if she would follow the footsteps in pop music. Mendler said that "They've done so much and they're so talented. I think it's tricky because they've been obviously very successful, but I think you always want to be your own person and not be categorized by doing the same thing".[126]

Product endorsements[edit]

In 2012, Mendler signed with Target Corporation to release an exclusive line of clothing inspired by her character Teddy Duncan of Good Luck Charlie.[147] The D-Signed by Teddy Duncan fashion collection includes clothing, accessories, hats, scarves, and souvenirs for girls in range from 4–18 years old.[148] In March 2013, a Spring edition was released.[149] While promoting her debut single "Ready or Not", Mendler signed with Apple Inc.'s mobile app The Hunt, which combines clothes and shows fashion tendencies.[150] She released exclusively her music video and registered some personal clothes and fashion searches.[150] She also had her own version in the games FanFUN[151] FANfinity.[152] While promoting her debut album Helly My Name Is..., Mendler offered exclusive album promotions through Target.[153] In 2014 she signed with the line of dermatology products Clean & Clear and recorded several commercials and campaigns for real beauty.[154]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2004 The Legend of Buddha Lucy Voice
2007 Alice Upside Down Pamela Jones
2008 The Clique Kristen Gregory
2009 Labor Pains Emma Clayhill Television film
2009 Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel Becca Kingston
2011 Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2 Appoline Voice
2011 Lemonade Mouth Olivia White Television film
2011 Good Luck Charlie, It's Christmas! Teddy Duncan Television film
2012 The Secret World of Arrietty Arrietty Voice
2014 Muppets Most Wanted Minnie
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2006 General Hospital Lulu's dream daughter "11129" (Season 44, episode 16)
2009 Jonas Penny "Wrong Song" (Season 1, episode 1)
2009–12 Wizards of Waverly Place Juliet van Heusen Recurring role (Season 24)
2010–14 Good Luck Charlie Teddy Duncan Lead role
2011 Disney's Friends for Change Games Herself
2011 So Random! Herself "Bridgit Mendler, Adam Hicks and Hayley Kiyoko" (Season 1, episode 16)
2011 Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Herself "The Walker Family" (Season 9, episode 9)
2011 PrankStars Herself "Secret Agent" (Season 1, episode 6)
2012 House Callie Rogers "Runaways" (Season 8, episode 10)
2013 MTV Live: Bridgit Mendler Herself Television documentary[155]
2013 Violetta Herself "A Celebrity, a Song" (Season 2, episode 11)
2013 We Day Herself / Presenter
2013 Jessie Teddy Duncan "Good Luck Jessie: NYC Christmas" (Season 3, episode 7)
2014–present Undateable Candace Main role (Season 2–present)
Web
Year Title Role Notes
2012 Austin Mahone Takeover Herself "At Jingle Ball with Sean Kingston & Enrique Iglesias" (Season 1, episode 15)
2012–13 VEVO Lift: Bridgit Mendler Herself Docu-series
Video games
Year Title Role Notes
2006 Bone: The Great Cow Race Thorn Voice

Discography[edit]

Concert tours[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

References[edit]

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