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Naelee Rae

Naelee Rae
Born (1996-08-25) August 25, 1996
Boyertown, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Occupation Actress, singer-songwriter
Years active 2002–present

Naelee Rae (born August 25, 1996[1]) is an American actress and singer-songwriter.

Contents

  • Career 1
  • Filmography 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Career

In October 2009, Naelee performed with David Foster to a sold-out audience at Madison Square Garden. She has appeared on the Apollo stage numerous times, and has been featured as "Star of Tomorrow" on Showtime at the Apollo.

A singer and songwriter, Naelee is consistently in the top 10 for singer-songwriters in Philadelphia on ReverbNation.com. She has performed at Ashford & Simpson's Sugar Bar and the Village Underground in New York City, and at venues throughout Pennsylvania. In April 2013, she performed at the famed Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, TN.

Her starring acting roles include Maddie Hakansovich on the ABC pilot Drift, and the speaking voice of Tasha on Nickelodeon's "The Backyardigans". Naelee has had guest roles on Law & Order: Criminal Intent and The Practice, and a recurring role as Gabrielle on ABC's "One Life to Live". She played the role of Allison in Loverboy and Young Love in The Notorious Bettie Page (IMDB.com) Naelee had leading roles as Mary Clare in the short film The Saint of the Zuiderzee, and as Taylor in Neil Leifer's short film "God's Gift". She also has done over 40 national network commercials, some of which include Disney, Hallmark Cards, American Express, Chrysler, T-Mobile, Claritin, and more.

Filmography

References

  1. ^ Naelee Rae

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