As an actress, she has done a wide variety of film and commercials. In fact, as I was talking to her, she got an audition to sing back up with the Back Street Boys. Paradise aced an audition to become a backup singer for the popular Interscope group, the Clique. the producers loved her but felt she was just too young.
Paradise is a straight A student and student council president. History is her favorite subject and Sitting bull is her favorite hero.
Paradise and her sister have a lemonade stand on Venice Beach, raising money to compete nationally in the Miss Pre-teen contest.
Having met her publicist, Deb Hayter, at a Disney event, she is now studying now as part of Suzanne DeLaurentiis mentorship program. Young Paradise attends many red carpets and takes intensive workshops learning the craft of acting.
One of her favorite memories is meet and shaking hands with President Obama, himself. As class president, she was asked to represent her school at the Town Hall in Orange County last January shortly before the election.
“I want to make a difference in the world,” said the young actress. Then she demonstrated the beautiful singing voice, which she was blessed with and showed some of her dramatic skills proving that she is adept at both comedy and drama.
Paradise has starred in many school theater productions including the Lion King, and Mary Poppins. The hardest part about acting, she says, is to remember to be natural and not to act. She loves to dive into the characters and become the character.
As a tip for others wanting to act or sing, Paradise says “Follow your dream and never give up.”
Paradise is currently interviewing agents, but it shouldn’t be too long before she has one as she is a dynamite kid with talent to spare.
For more information about Miss Paradise, call Deb Hayter at 818 815 1508.