Chelsea Tavares Biography
Chelsea Tavares born as Chelsea Royce Tavares is an American actress best known for her appearance in the Nickelodeon series Unfabulous and on Just Jordan.
Chelsea Tavares Age
Tavares was born on 22 September 1991 in Panorama City, Los Angeles, California, United States. She is 27 years old as of 2018
Chelsea Tavares Family
She is a daughter of American parents. Her younger sister Kylee Russell is also an actress.
Chelsea Tavares Boyfriend
She is said to be dating unpopular person Simba. Although she seems to be secretive with her relationship life, she mentions her boyfriend on her Twitter account on January 9, 2016
Chelsea Tavares All American
Tavares was cast as Patience, Coop’s love interest in the American television drama series “All American”
Chelsea Tavares Height
She stands at the height of 5ft 3 (160 cm)
Chelsea Tavares Make It Or Break It
Tavares was cast as Jordan Randall in Season 3 of American teen/family comedy-drama television series “Make It or Break It”
Chelsea Tavares Unfabulous
Tavares was cast as Cranberry, Maris’ best friend in the American teen sitcom that aired on Nickelodeon “Unfabulous”
Chelsea Tavares Movies
|2017||Grown Folks||Alisha Latifah Bronson|
|Royal Family Holiday||Kelsey Royal|
|A Royal Family Christmas||Kelsey Royal|
|“The Sound Of Magic”||Grace|
|2012||Make It or Break It||Jordan Randall|
|2010||Zeke and Luther||Bonita|
|CSI: Miami||Tracy Newsom|
|2007||Crush on U||Natasia|
|2003||The Practice||Virginia Carter|
|2001||The District||Angie Dayton|
Chelsea Tavares Sings River
Chelsea Tavares Net Worth
She has made her fortune through acting. Her net worth still underestimation. It will be updated soon
Chelsea Tavares Instagram
Chelsea Tavares Interview
The Voices of Fallout 4: Chelsea Tavares [Interview]
When did you decide you wanted to make acting your occupation? And what were some of your earliest influences?
My mom took me into the industry when I was young and I started print work first. Then I started commercials, I just always loved the stage and expressing my emotions. I am NOT shy, at all. I’m also a singer and one of my earliest influences was my mom. She used to sing around the house and I knew I loved both acting and singing.
What was life like for you as a working teen actress on shows like Unfabulous and Just Jordan? What was set life like for you at that age?
When I first booked UnFabulous I was in 7th grade so at that age being on any Nickelodeon or Disney show is a dream. It’s really nice when you’re that age because you aren’t thinking about the money you’re thinking about your craft.
You appeared in the great 2011 remake of our old friend Tom Holland’s film Fright Night (which also featured our old friend Lisa Loeb) and were phenomenal. How did you enjoy working on this project? Were you a fan of the original film?
The fact that I got to work with DreamWorks was a humbling experience because it taught me a lot about the movie-making industry. I actually got a lot of my scenes cut out so it’s funny how you say I was phenomenal when I wasn’t really in it ahahahaha. It’s okay though, that’s why you have to have the mentality to be ready for whatever happens and persevere until you reach your goal. The cast was amazing and everyone was super nice while we filmed in New Mexico. I love any movies about vampires, so both films were awesome! RIP Anton Yelchin. I send my blessings to his family, it was great working with him.
How did you find yourself in the Fallout 4 world? What drew you to do the voice-over work for the legendary Railroad agency we all knew and loved, and hated to see die, the great Glory?
I’ve been doing voiceover work since I was young. I voiced a few characters on video games, including my first one ever, which was The Lion King videogame in the ’90s. I was about 8 or 9. Playing Glory was really dope, what drew me to her was that she was a natural badass and I love playing the aggressive, no backdown type of female.
How do you enjoy the work as a voice-over artist? Would you say it is easier or more difficult to do compared to on-screen work?
Being in the voiceover world is much easier. You don’t have to be TV ready, so I can basically go in my pajamas and record in the booth. It also takes less time, which is amazing, but you do have to take care of your voice. It’s sometimes challenging trying to convince the audience that the character they see on screen, would really have that voice.
So what do you have coming up? Anything you can tell us about coming in the near future?
Yes, I do actually! This past summer I shot a series called Tycoon, which will be released on this new streaming platform called Black Pills. It’s essentially like Netflix and Hulu, but with its own variety of shows. I also shot a movie in Chicago called Death: Take 2. I got to work with the wonderful Grant Rosenmeyer and Jon Lovitz.