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DREW SIDORA (Lucy) is a Chicago-based singer/songwriter, dancer, actress and community leader, providing outreach programs and resources for young people interested in careers in the entertainment industry. Sidora has studied music and theater since the age of two, trained in the Suzuki Method of classical piano for six years and trained for the stage at the Organic Theater in Chicago. Dancing since she was four, she studied modern dance with Tony Dyer of Dyer Studios.

Before she was a teenager, Sidora had already completed numerous national voice-overs, television commercials and print ads, and her television career was well established with her motion-picture debut at the age of nine in Thomas Carter's "Divas.” When she was 13, she became the lead singer for the Chicago R&B group Mo'Tempo, was spotted by a scout and encouraged to go solo. She maintained honor-roll status throughout high school, graduated early and moved to Los Angeles. Shortly after she arrived, she was signed to Babyface Entertainment and started writing music for Edmonds Publishing. She has had songs placed on numerous artist albums as well as soundtracks and film scoring. Recently, she had the number-one single on the radio in Chicago and was coined "Chi-Town” Princess by the number-one radio station (WGCI) and opened for numerous recording artists in Chicago, performing as the headliner there and in several states. She is currently working on her debut album. She was a series regular on The WB's "The O'Keefes,” had a recurring role on the TV series "That's So Raven” and appeared on "Without a Trace,” "What I Like About You” and "Girlfriends.” Her film credits include "Never Die Alone,” "White Chicks” and the upcoming Touchstone Pictures release "Wild Hogs.”


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