Zendaya, also known as Zendaya Coleman, is an American singer/dancer/actress from California born on September 1st of 1996. She started her career in 2010 singing and acting on the sitcom “Shake it Up” on Disney Channel. In 2015 she produced and performed the spy K.C. Cooper in “K.C. Undercover” sitcom until 2018. A year later, she played the drug addict teenage Rue Bennet in “Euphoria” (HBO), a character that gave her a Primetime Emmy Award and the nomination for the Critics’ Choice Award. She has played supporting parts in films like Spider-Man: Homecoming, and The Greatest Showman, a musical that featured the song “Rewriting Stars” which was released as a single and reached the first places of different charts in the UK and Australia. Her music career started in 2011 by independently recording songs and releasing singles such as “Swag It Out” and “Watch Me”. In 2012 the single “Replay” reaches number 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the US. A year later “Zendaya”, her self-titled album debuted on the Billboard 200 chart in place number 51.
Actresses, Film and TV
Actors, Film and TV