Caitlyn Taylor Love

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Caitlyn Taylor Love
Born (1994-06-16) June 16, 1994 (age 20)
Corpus Christi, Texas,
United States
Occupation Actress, singer, musician, dancer
Years active 2006–present

Caitlyn Taylor Love (born June 16, 1994) is an American actress and singer. She co-starred in the Disney XD sitcom I'm in the Band. She also is the voice actor of White Tiger/Ava Ayala in the Disney XD animated TV show Ultimate Spider-Man.

Career[edit]

Caitlyn Taylor Love was born on June 16, 1994, in Corpus Christi, Texas, and raised in Harlingen, Texas.[1][dead link] She began pursuing an interest in entertainment at age 10, by competing in the Miss Texas Pageant Talent Division. She would end up winning that division in 2004. She was then invited in July 2005 to compete at IMTA New York where she won Miss Jr. Actress of the Year along with several other acting and singing awards.[2]

Love then moved to Los Angeles, California where she was briefly a cast member of MTV's Punk'd, where she was involved in a prank on Rihanna. She would achieve more notability by competing on NBC's America's Got Talent appearing as semi-finalist in the show's first season.[2]

In 2009, Love became a cast member of the Disney XD sitcom I'm in the Band.

Love has signed with Genuine Music Group and is preparing a master demo.[2] It will be called Bad Case Of Love Disease which is a song on the album written by JakeAce Rivers.

In 2012, Love joined the recurring cast of Ultimate Spider-Man as White Tiger/Ava Alaya.

Filmography[edit]

Year TV series Role Notes
2006 America's Got Talent (season 1) Herself Semi-finalist
Punk'd Herself
2009–2011 I'm in the Band Izzy Fuentes Main Role
2012–present Ultimate Spider-Man[3] White Tiger/Ava Alaya Recurring Role

Awards and Nominations[edit]

Awards
Year Result Award Category Nominated Work
2012 Nominated Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV series - Supporting Young Actress I'm in the Band

Discography[edit]

Title Release Date
"Even If It Kills Me" March 22, 2011

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