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VANESSA HUDGENS began her career in the world of musical theatre at the age of 8. Immediately realizing the incredible future that lay before her, she has tirelessly pursued her dream with much success. Early roles in productions of "Evita,” "Carousel,” "The Wizard of Oz,” "The King & I,” "The Music Man,” "Cinderella” and "Damn Yankees” gave Vanessa the opportunity to showcase her impressive singing and acting skills.

The recognition she received quickly brought her to the screen. She made her feature film debut in Catherine Hardwicke's Thirteen starring Holly Hunter and Evan Rachel Wood. Soon thereafter, she co-starred in the action-adventure film Thunderbirds and was a recurring guest star on Disney Channel's "The Suite Life of Zach & Cody.” Her other television credits include appearances on "Quintuplets,” "Brothers Garcia,” "Still Standing,” and "Robbery Homicide Division.”

However, it was Vanessa's role in Disney Channel's breakaway sensation High School Musical that garnered her much praise and attention. She played Gabrielle Montez, the sweet girl torn between her attraction to basketball jock Troy Bolton and the school musical auditions. With critics and fans clamoring for more, Hudgens was also seen in the films' highly successful follow-ups High School Musical 2 and High School Musical 3: Senior Year.

She most recently appeared and received critical praise in the film Bandslam. After Beastly, Hudgens will next be seen in Zack Snyder's film Sucker Punch. Although acting has consumed much of her time, Vanessa has still been able to devote herself to singing and performing. She released her debut solo album "V”—a captivating variety of rock, electronic and R&B styles—and toured with The Cheetah Girls. She followed that up last year with her second album, "Identified,” for Hollywood Records.

Hudgens resides in Los Angeles.


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