|Jude Demorest Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 5 in|
|Date of Birth||March 11, 1992|
Jude Demorest is an American actress, singer, and songwriter who is best known for playing Candace in Dallas and Star Davis in Star. Her songwriting credits include Work from Home and Down by Fifth Harmony and Bounce Back by Little Mix.
Claire Jude Demorest
Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States
Los Angeles, California, United States
Singer, Songwriter, Actress
- Mother – Rebecca Demorest
- Sibling – Canaan Demorest (Brother)
- Others – Donald L. “Don” Demorest (Maternal Grandfather), Anajayne Walker (Maternal Grandmother)
Jude Demorest has been signed with Gilbertson Management, Artist Management Company, Santa Monica, California, United States.
5 ft 5 in or 165 cm
58 kg or 128 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Jude Demorest has dated –
- Ammo (2016-Present) – She got married to record producer and songwriter Joshua Coleman (also known as Ammo) on April 24, 2016, and later announced her pregnancy via Instagram on September 4, 2018. They parent 2 sons – Judah Calvin Coleman (b. November 11, 2018) and Jori Amo Coleman (b. June 14, 2021).
Race / Ethnicity
Jude Demorest is of French, English, Scottish, and Dutch descent on her mother’s side.
- Charming appearance
- Chiseled facial features
She was raised in a very religious household.
She once said, “I grew up in church, seven days a week. The service was very music-driven, so the pastor created a performing arts school down the street. There was drama, dance, and choir rehearsal—it was my training.”
Jude Demorest Facts
- She was 16 when she shifted to Los Angles to pursue acting.
- Jude Demorest made her first theatrical film appearance as Mickey O’Flyn Groupie in the 2012 musical science fiction comedy film, The Ghastly Love of Johnny X. However, her role went uncredited.
- She was cast as Andrea in an episode titled Loren Doesn’t Make the Cut of the family drama telenovela, Hollywood Heights, in June 2012.
- From 2016 to 2019, Jude played the lead role of Star Davis, a tough girl who spent her childhood in and out of foster homes after the death of her mother Mary, in the musical drama television series, Star.
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