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About Ava

Ava’s love of acting, singing and her magnetic personality have provided her with a promising and successful entertainment career.

 You can hear Ava as the voice of the character Miriam in Disney Pixar's animated feature film Turning Red and Ron's Gone Wrong as the science geek Ava now streaming on Disney+.

February 2019  Ava released her first EP of original songs titled 'Close My Eyes.' She's proud to have written all five songs on the album. "These songs are a reflection of my experiences and are all very special to me. I am thrilled to finally be able to share these very personal songs with the world!"

Over the last couple of years Ava has been seen in several national commercial campaigns. She also had a feature film released in 2017. Surprise Me! is a romantic comedy which she plays the role of  Young Genie

Ava made her network television debut at age eight in 2014 with a recurring role on NBC Universal's Chicago PD followed by being cast in the pilot TV series History of Us (CBS). Directors she has worked with often compliment Ava on her strong acting instincts, timing and excellent ability to take direction.


Ava's list of  theatre credits includes the World Premiere of Hazel  (Benadetta Bomicino) directed by Emmy Award Winner Joshua Bergasse and written by Emmy Award Winning Writer, Lissa Levin , Gypsy (Baby June) Jedlicka Performing Arts Center, Seussical The Muscial (Jojo) Marriott Theatre, Billy Elliot (Ballet Girl) Drury Lane, A Christmas Carol (Emily Cratchit/Child in Doorwary/Want) Goodman Theatre, Les Misérables (Little Cosette) Drury Lane, Annie (Molly) Paramount Theatre. Her résumé includes an accomplished list of commercial credits and voice-over credits. Ava is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA. 


Ava is a true triple threat of talent. She trains in dance (ballet, contemporary, jazz & hip hop) and privately with her vocal and acting coaches. Her fearless attitude along with her incredible creative energy always has her trying new things and reaching for her dreams.

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