Ariana DeBose : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Salary
Ariana DeBose is an American actress, singer, and dancer know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Salary
|Birthdate ( Age)||25 January 1991|
|Place of Birth||North Carolina, U.S.|
|Marital Status||Not Married Yet|
|Education||Western Carolina University|
|Profession||American actress, singer, and dancer|
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
|Last Update||September 2021|
Ariana DeBose is an American actress, singer, and dancer, known for her work in musical theatre, film and television.
Ariana DeBose with Mother
DeBose made her television debut competing on So You Think You Can Dance. She then made her Broadway debut in the musical Bring It On: The Musical in 2011 and appear in further Broadway roles in Motown: The Musical in 2013 and Pippin in 2014.
Early Life and Family
DeBose was born on January 25, 1991, in North Carolina. Her mother, Gina DeBose, is an 8th grade teacher.DeBose trained in dance at CC & Co. Dance Complex in Raleigh, North Carolina.Her father is of Puerto Rican and African-American descent, while her mother is white.
Ariana DeBose Husband, Is Ariana DeBose Married
Ariana DeBose is not Married Yet and there is no any information is available on social media about her Relationship and Dating status.There is no information shared about her past and she also prefers to keep it private.
Ariana DeBose Net Worth
Ariana DeBose is an American actress, singer, and dancer has an estimated Net Worth arround $1 Million in 2021.She has worked in various Broadway shows and American Films and TV Series.
DeBose made her television debut in 2009, when she competed on the TV series So You Think You Can Dance, making it into the Top 20.She later appeared on the soap opera One Life to Live and played Inez in the North Carolina Theatre's production of Hairspray before appearing in the role of Nautica in the 2011 Alliance Theatre production of Bring It On.
She also appeared in the ensemble of the New York Philharmonic production of Company, which was filmed for television.At the end of 2011, Bring It On embarked on a national tour across the United States. DeBose continued her role into the 2012 Broadway production and understudied the character Danielle.
DeBose later played Mary Wilson in Motown on Broadway in 2013, understudying the role of Diana Ross. DeBose left the show soon later to play Eponine in a regional production of Les Misérables.before returning to Broadway as a noble and a player in the musical Pippin, understudying the role of the Leading Player, which she ended up taking over for a short period in 2014.She can be heard playing director/choreographer Zoey Taylor in As the Curtain Rises, an original Broadway soap opera podcast from the Broadway Podcast Network.
DeBose left Pippin to appear as the Bullet in the ensemble of the off-Broadway musical Hamilton in early 2015. The show moved to Broadway later that year and became an overnight sensation. DeBose was nominated for an Astaire Award for her dancing in the show, in which, as a member of the ensemble, she portrayed the bullet with which Aaron Burr killed Alexander Hamilton.She left Hamilton in July 2016 and made a guest appearance on the TV series Blue Bloods as Sophia Ortiz. She also starred as Daphne in the thriller film Seaside.
DeBose played Alyssa Greene in the film adaptation of The Prom, directed by Ryan Murphy.In March 2021, DeBose released a dance-pop recording and video of Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Shall We Dance" for the album R&H Goes Pop.
DeBose will play Anita in the upcoming film adaptation of West Side Story, set to release in December 2021.In February 2021, it was announced that she would play Kira Foster in the upcoming film I.S.S.In 2021, DeBose played Emma Tate in the parody musical comedy series Schmigadoon! on Apple TV+.