It wouldn’t be impertinent to claim that Laura Marano is unaware of the struggles normally associated with becoming a star in the entertainment industry. While most celebrated entertainers took many years to gain recognition and make a breakthrough in their chosen profession, fame came almost naturally for Marano.
By her early twenties, she was already the perfect example of a success story in the world of entertainment. At that age, the American actress and musician had won over 12 million dedicated followers around the world. At the time of this report, her following on Instagram has exceeded 8 million.
Among her various works in music and acting, the multi-talented entertainer is certainly best known as Ally Dawson in the mega Disney television series Austin and Ally, which were broadcast from 2011 to 2016.
Laura Marano Biography
Many have come to believe that it was easy for Laura to thrive and achieve fame in the entertainment industry because she comes from a family that knows how things work in the industry. That is true, but it would be malicious to rule out that she is talented and good at what she does.
Although Laura’s father, Damiano Marano, is in no way an entertainer – he is a college professor – her mother, Ellen Marano, the owner of the Agoura Children’s Theater, was once an actress. Her mother, Ellen Marano, the owner of the Agoura Children’s Theater, was once an actress. However, she was very reserved when her daughters Laura and her sister Vanessa, who is also an actress, made acting their profession.
Laura Marano was born in Los Angeles, California. Records show that the day of her birth was November 29, 1995. While her mother is of English and Irish origin, it is known that her father is of Italian descent. The following facts about the actress and musician discuss what you should know about her.
Facts You Need To Know About Her
1. Music Is Her First Love
Regardless of the fact that Laura is known today mainly as an actress, it was the music that first caught her attention. If one can believe the claims on her website, she has written over 100 songs, and it was her musical abilities that earned her the role of an ally in Austin and Ally. The classically trained pianist was listed among the top 10 emerging artists of Vevo in 2016. She has performed as a musician at various popular events such as People Magazine’s summer concert series and was recording her debut pop album at the time of this report.
2. Marano Earns from Other Entertainment Endeavours
Besides acting and singing, Laura Marano also earns money from other entertainment activities. For example, she was the official judge of the ABC Miss America Pageant. Apart from that, she was the hostess of other popular events. In 2016 and 2017 she hosted the Billboard Music Awards and the American Music Awards red carpet. She also hosted the Golden Globes red carpet event in 2018.
3. She Started Acting At The Age of 5
While most of us, even as adults, cannot say which profession is the best for us, Laura started to develop herself at the age of 5 years to excel in her chosen profession. She began acting at her mother’s Agoura Children’s Theater at this age. It was only a matter of time before she began to appear in national commercials. Several film and television roles followed, which preceded her groundbreaking role as Ally.
4. Her Nomination and Awards
So far Morano has earned a handful of prestigious awards and numerous nominations. Most recently, she was nominated for several prestigious awards for her role in the comedy-drama film Lady Bird in 2017. The star won the Kids Choice Award for Best Television Actress in recognition of her performance in Austin and Ally; that was in 2015. In the same year, she received the Remi Awards, which honored aspiring actresses in the film industry, for her role as Amy in the film A Sort of Homecoming.
5. She Has Been Helping Kids Across The Globe
The actress firmly believes in humanism, she once expressed that everyone has the power to change the world by helping people. To serve as an example to young people around the world, she was appointed ambassador for UNICEF’s “Trick or Treat” campaign, which encourages children to raise money to be used on Halloween to help other children around the world. She is also involved in other charity campaigns designed to improve people’s wellbeing