Starr Andreeff

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Starr Andreeff
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Born Hamilton, Ontario

Starr Andreeff, Born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, got her first claim to fame as Miss Teen Hamilton while still attending Glendale Secondary School. She was also a semi-finalist in the 1980 Miss Teen Canada Pageant. Andreeff appeared in thriller films made throughout the 80s and 90s. Starr was the lead and gave a captivating performance as Jodi in the excellent feature fright film gem Dance of the Damned. She had a recurring role as lawyer Jessica Holmes on the popular daytime soap opera General Hospital. as well as a recurring role as Sabrina Cross. in Falcon Crest. Among the TV shows Starr did guest spots on are The Golden Girls, The Facts of Life, Mike Hammer, Private Eye, and TekWar.

In the early 90s she developed her first music project, teen boy band No Authority. It wasn't long before the group caught the interest of Michael Jackson and Madonna. They were promptly signed to Michael Jackson's label, MJJ/Sony, and then Madonna's Maverick Records, as well as to Smash Music, Starr's management company. Superstar producer Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins wrote and produced their first record. With No Authority, Starr has worked closely with the Nickelodeon 'All That' Tours, Disney World Tours, and national school tours.

Starr then formed Maple Jam Music Group with the late Grammy award winning record producer, Greg Ladanyi. As President of the new Maple Jam Management Group [MJMG], Starr added divisions in the company for actors, music artists, and celebrities, representing them in film, TV, music, licensing and branding. Maple Jam Management Group currently manages and has managed many top acts as Anna Vissi, Taryn Manning, Hollywood Undead, MaDonna Grimes, Kiersey Clemons, Redlight King, Christian Burghardt and many more.


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