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Sabrina Bryan Biography

Sabrina Bryan ( Reba Sabrina Hinojos) is an American singer, actress, author, songwriter, fashion designer, choreographer, dancer, and television personality best known as a member of the girl group The Cheetah Girls, and for starring in the Disney Channel Original Movies of the same name and its sequels, The Cheetah Girls 2 and The Cheetah Girls: One World. 

Before she appeared on television, Bryan was a dancer and trained at Hart Academy of Dance, located in La Habra, California.

Sabrina Bryan Age

Bryan is 34 years old as of 2018. She was born on July 15, 1984, in Yorba Linda, California, U.S.

Sabrina Bryan Family | Sibling

She grew up with a sister named Starr Hinojos. Her father Fred Hinojos is a Mexican and her mother Kathy Hinojos is of European origin. She has a sister named Starr Hinojos. She was interested in singing and acting since her childhood.

Sabrina Bryan Education

Sabrina attended Esperanza High School in 1998 and graduated in 2002.  She was a singer of her school’s singing team. Following year, she joined Chapman University in Orange, California, where she studied Public Relations and Advertising and graduated in 2007. She attended Hart Academy of Dance in California for dance training.

Sabrina Bryan Relationship | Marriage

Sabrina Bryan has successfully kept her personal life very low-profile. She doesn’t have any children. In 2012, she confessed that she dated her dance partner, Mark Ballas while she was performing on Dancing with the Stars. They started dating each other in 2007 and broke up in 2008. She said that her boyfriend Mark was a drug addict, due to which she broke up with him.

In April 2017, Bryan became engaged to strategic accounts manager Jordan Lundberg after six years of dating. They were married on October 6, 2018.

Sabrina Bryan Career

Sabrina began her career in 200 as Dorinda Thomas in a musical comedy movie The Cheetah Girls (2003). The movie became a huge success in 2003. Her performance in the movie was highly appreciated by the audience and fans and that earned her membership of Cheetah Girls group.

She made her singing debut in 2005 releasing her first solo Byou. In 2006, she starred in The Cheetah Girls-2, which became the highest rated Disney channel movie of that time. After the grand success of the movie, she and her fellow partners went on their US tour, The Party’s Just Begun Tour from September 2006 to March 2007. The Cheetah Girls disbanded in 2009 in order to pursue their own solo projects. After that, she along with her close friend Kiely Williams started a web series called Dinner with Friends which ran for nine episodes and ended in August 2011.

Talking about television shows, she has appeared in several shows till now including a notable guest appearance in few episodes of soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful. She also appeared in TV series Grounded For Life. In 2008, she starred in the comedy film Help Me, Help You. She starred on the web series like Dinner With Friends, March Moms, and Bad Sex With Good People.

Bryan participated in the 5th season of Dancing with the Stars with her dancing partner Mark Ballas in 2007. They set a record by scoring 30/30 from judges but they were eliminated in round 6. In 2008, she served Mission Foods as the spokesperson for the Healthy Kids Challenge.

In early 2009, The Cheetah Girls officially announced that they had disbanded, in favor of pursuing solo projects.

Bryan and former Cheetah Girl bandmate and close friend Kiely Williams continued their creative collaboration with the development of a web series talk show, Dinner with Friends. The first episode premiered on July 1, 2011, on YouTube. The series ran for nine episodes, concluding on August 28, 2011.

Sabrina Bryan Net Worth

Bryan is an American singer, actress, author, songwriter, fashion designer, choreographer, dancer, and television personality who has a net worth of $2 million.

Sabrina Bryan Movies | TV Show







2009 Help Me, Help You Sandy Independent Feature Film
2017 Dance Night Obsession Kate Independent Feature Film

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1996 Mrs. Santa Claus Fritzie Television Movie
2003 The Cheetah Girls Dorinda Thomas Disney Channel Original Movie; filmed in Canada.
2006 The Cheetah Girls 2 Disney Channel Original Movie filmed in Spain
2008 The Cheetah Girls: One World Disney Channel Original Movie

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‘We Are Sisters!’ Sabrina Bryan and Kiely Williams Sing Cheetah Girls Lullaby to Williams’ Baby

Kiely Williams’ baby girl Rowan got a very special lullaby thanks to her mama and the power of FaceTime to involve “Auntie” Sabrina Bryan.

The Cheetah Girls are still going strong!

Almost 16 years after best friends Sabrina Bryan and Kiely Williams first joined forces in the famed girl group and Disney Channel’s accompanying Cheetah Girls films, they’re still showing off their impressive pipes — this time, for the sake of Williams’ 1-year-old daughter Rowan.

In a sweet FaceTime session, the gals smiled widely as they belted out one of the group’s most beloved tunes, “Cheetah Sisters,” in soft voices, creatively turning the iconic song into a lullaby for Rowan.

“When your bestie @kielywilliams and her little one live so far away you have to get creative on how to spend time together! Lullabies for Baby Rowan! 💖 ,” Bryan, 34, captioned her clip of the cute encounter.

“Auntie Bri joined us for #Lullabies tonight via FaceTime,” wrote Williams, 32, alongside her video.

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Rowan seems to be a big fan of the Cheetah Girls (which, during the group’s run from 2003 to 2008, consisted of Bryan, Williams, Raven-Symoné and Adrienne Bailon), especially during quiet time.

Last week, Williams shared a video of herself rocking and breastfeeding her baby girl while singing another well-known tune from the 2000s pop girl group: “Cinderella.”

“Lullabies,” the mother of one — who shares baby Rowan with her husband of two years, Brandon Cox — captioned the clip, adding a red heart emoji.

Williams was recently there for Bryan for a huge event in her life: Her wedding! The latter tied the knot with Jordan Lundberg in Las Vegas this past October, PEOPLE confirmed exclsuively at the time.

Serving as one of the matrons of honor at her best friend’s nuptials, Williams and the other 160 guests attended the glitzy gathering at Wayne Newton‘s home, where they dined on braised short ribs, grilled sea bass and creamy mushroom risotto, followed by chocolate cake for dessert and a wedding cake created by Peridot Sweets.

“After our first year together, I knew he was the one,” Bryan told PEOPLE of her romance. “Now, seven years later, we knew it was the perfect time for us to start a new chapter. We are blessed to have enjoyed many precious memories together and are excited to begin our adventures as husband and wife!”

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