Ariana Grande Ethnicity, Race, Religion and Nationality

Ariana Joan Grande or commonly known as Ariana Grande is an American actress and singer. The girl born in Boca Raton, Florida on June 26, 1993, is the younger sister of actor and producer Frankie Grande. When she was little, Ariana used to appear in shows held by the Little Palm Theater for Young People. But when she was growing up, she began performing also in shows held by the Fort Lauderdale Children’s Theater (FLCT), which is a theater association in her hometown.


Ariana began her career in 2008. At that time she played the character Charlotte in a musical series titled 13 which aired on Broadway. The event also led her to win the National Youth Theater Association award. For the sake of this series, Ariana had to leave school at the North Broward Preparatory School. But after the cultivation was complete, she resumed her studies. But since then, she began to be known in the entertainment world.

In 2009, after participating in a series of casts, Ariana was chosen to portray the character Cat Valentine in a TV series called VICTORIOUS. She also dyed her hair to adjust to the demands of the event, namely red or magenta. Her name is increasingly known for this series.

Besides being increasingly known in the world of acting, her role as Cat Valentine also had an impact on her singing career. In 2009 and 2010, after seeing Ariana’s performance, she began to be drawn to perform with Miranda Sings in the Birdland jazz club in New York City.

At present, Ariana is still busy with her solo music project, in addition to her still playing in VICTORIOUS. She was able to sing popular songs such as Love The Way You Lie, Born This Way, Express Yourself, Grenade, Katy Perry’s Teenage Dream, and Vienna.

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