Isabela Moner

Isabela Moner Biography

Isabela Moner, AEA, SAG and AFTRA, at just thirteen years old, is highly regarded as a singer, actress, dancer, and songwriter. Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, Isabela made her debut on Broadway with the revival of "Evita" at age ten. That same year, Isabela made her national and international television debut as a singer in The Next Big Thing New York. She earned her first feature film lead role in the critically acclaimed "The House that Jack Built", winner of numerous awards at film festivals across the United States.

TV Credits Include
Several lead roles in television pilots
"Growing Up Fisher", NBC (Jenny)
"Dora and Friends: Into the City", Nickelodeon (Kate)

Theater and Broadway Credits Include
"Fly the Musical" (Wendy)
"Zorro" (Young Lisa)
"Little Miss Sunshine" (Rosa Maria)
"A Christmas Carol" (Sarah Cratchit)
"Annie" (Annie)
"Les Miserables" (Young Cossette)

Album Credits Include
"Broadway’s Evita"
"When I Grow Up"
"Bela" (first solo album, release date TBD)

As a soloist, Isabela performs at benefits and venues in New York City and Cleveland, such as the Lincoln Center, Severance Hall, 54 Below, The Cutting Room, Joe’s Pub, and others. In addition, she has appeared in the Opera Cleveland production of I "Pagliacci". She has earned the honor of performing as a soloist with the Cleveland Pops Orchestra and, has performed alongside Jon Anderson from “Yes” and Billy Jonas while being accompanied by the Contemporary Youth Orchestra.

Isabela is an honors student, is equally fluent in Spanish and English, and is learning French. Some of her hobbies are skiing, snowboarding, skating, jumping on the trampoline with her brothers, Gyovanni and Jared, and hanging out with friends. Isabela feels privileged to have an amazing network of professionals, but friends, advisors and advocates for her talents.

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