Ariana DeBose is an American actress, singer, and dancer.Ariana DeBose Wiki, Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Ethnicity, Bio read all about her in this article.
DeBose made her TV debut as a contestant on So You Think You Can Dance. DeBose also appeared in the taped version of Hamilton, which will be released on Disney+ in 2020.She starred as Alyssa Greene in Netflix’s The Promand as Emma in Apple TV+’s musical comedy Schmigadoon!.
Ariana DeBose Wiki
|Birthdate||25 January 1991|
|Age (as of 2022)||30 years|
|Place of Birth||Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S.|
|Education||Western Carolina University|
|Profession||American actress, singer and dancer|
Ariana DeBose Family, Parents
Ariana DeBose born to her parents Gina DeBose.Her Mother name is Gina DeBose and her father name is not known. Her single mother raised her. Gina DeBose, her mother, was an eighth-grade teacher. DeBose studied dance at Raleigh’s CC & Co. Dance Complex. Debose has stated that her father is a Puerto Rican Afro-Latino and her mother is white, and that she also has African-American
Ariana DeBose Husband and Kids
Ariana DeBose is not yet married. DeBose has previously admitted to being a lesbian. DeBose has previously been in a relationship with a woman.But she has not revel the name of her partner.
Ariana DeBose Net Worth
As of 2023 Ariana DeBose Net Worth is $3 Million. She is an American actress, singer, and dancer.Her acting career provides her with all of her income.
|Net Worth ( 2023 )||$3 Million|
|Income Source||TV Personality|
|Income / Salary||Under Review|
Ariana Debose Nationality and Ethnicity
Ariana Debose is of Italian and African-American descent. She was born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina, and thus has American citizenship.
Ariana Debose Professional Career
DeBose made her television debut on So You Think You Can Dance in 2009, placing in the top twenty. In 2011, she starred in Bring It On at the Alliance Theatre as Nautica.
She also appeared in the New York Philharmonic’s televised version of Company. In 2011, Bring It On concluded a national tour in the United States. DeBose resumed her role as Danielle in the 2012 Broadway play as an understudy.
In 2013, DeBose replaced Diana Ross as Mary Wilson in the Broadway production of Motown. DeBose left the show to portray Eponine in a regional production of Les Misérables before returning to Broadway as a noble and a player in Pippin, where she understudied the part of Leading Player, which she eventually assumed for a brief stint in 2014. In the original Broadway soap opera podcast As the Curtain Rises from the Broadway Podcast Network, she portrays director and choreographer Zoey Taylor.
In 2015, DeBose departed the cast of Pippin to join the ensemble of the off-Broadway musical Hamilton. During the performance, she developed “the bullet,” a “hidden character” who foreshadows the destinies of Alexander Hamilton and Philip Hamilton. Later that year, the production moved to Broadway, where it became an instant big hit. In July 2016, she left Hamilton to portray Sophia Ortiz on the television series Blue Bloods. She portrayed Daphne in the thriller Seaside.
In Steven Spielberg’s 2021 film adaptation of the musical West Side Story, DeBose portrayed Anita. The film gained accolades from critics upon its December 2021 debut. “Anita, in a rich, dynamic performance by Ariana DeBose, is the film’s focal point, twirling her skirt and dancing to the film’s Latin rhythms,” noted BBC critic Caryn James.
David Fear of Rolling Stone magazine stated, “Her energy in singing, dancing, line-reading, and side-eyeing could fuel a city block.” She got nominations for a variety of critics’ prizes, including the Golden Globes and Critics’ Choice Awards. In February of 2021, she will portray Kira Foster in the film I.S.S. DeBose’s selection as host of Saturday Night Live was announced on January 6, 2022.