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|Born||Jadagrace Michiko Gordy-Nash
September 1, 1999
|Residence||Beverly Hills, California|
|Website||Jadagrace Official Website|
Jadagrace (born Jadagrace Michiko Gordy-Nash on September 1, 1999) is an American actress, dancer, and singer. She appeared in the 2009 film, Terminator Salvation. Her song, "Run Dat Back", was included as a "new artist" track on volume 42 of Now That's What I Call Music! in 2012 and released her first single entitled "Express Yourself" when she was nine years old. She was signed to a record deal in 2012 after being discovered by Redfoo of LMFAO, and released her first single "Run Dat Back" under the Epic Records music label.
Jadagrace had her first acting credit for Three Versus, a 2008 short film where she played the character Bitsy Mott. Her first major role came in 2009 when she landed the role of Star in the movie Terminator Salvation. In 2012, Cookie Jar Entertainment began production on The Jadagrace Show, a series about a 12-year-old girl who gets her own television show after a video she uploaded on the Internet goes viral.
|2008||Three Verses||Bitsy Mott||Short Film|
|2012–present||The Jadagrace Show||Jadagrace||Television Series|
Jadagrace recorded her first song, "Express Yourself", when she was nine years old. She was discovered for her music by Redfoo of LMFAO. She signed a deal with Epic Records and released her first single, "Run Dat Back" in 2012.
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