SELENA GOMEZ (Mavis) made her mark in entertainment by
conquering film, music and television at an early age. On the big screen, she
began making the transition from young actress to adulthood with such films as
the much-talked-about Harmony Korine film Spring Breakers. The film premiered
at the Venice Film Festival to critical claim while Gomez's performance was
singled out as a breakout.
She was most recently seen opposite William H. Macy and Billy Crudup in
Rudderless, which premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. Other film
credits include The Getaway opposite Ethan Hawke and Monte Carlo; she also lent
her voice to the hit Sony Pictures Animation film Hotel Transylvania along with
Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg. She recently wrapped two films: In Dubious
Battle, directed by James Franco, and The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving,
alongside Paul Rudd.
Gomez's 2013 album Stars Dance debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard album chart and
spawned the international hit "Come and Get It," which earned the Grand Prairie,
TX, native her first No. 1 single on the US Top 40 chart. Gomez, who has sold
over 21 million singles worldwide, followed up the success of Stars Dance with a
sold-out world tour. Her upcoming album "Revival" will be released October
9th via Interscope Records and features her biggest hit to date "Good For You."
On the small screen, Gomez starred in the "Wizards of Waverly Place" for the
Disney Channel. The show premiered in 2007 and earned two Emmys for Outstanding
Children's Program in 2009 and 2010.
Giving back has always been an important element in her life. She was named the
youngest goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF at 18 years old and has worked
tirelessly to support this organization ever since. Selena was honored for her
continued support at Variety's first ever Unite4: Humanity event with the Young
Humanitarian Award alongside Bill Clinton. Gomez has traveled to Ghana, Chile
and most recently to Nepal as an advocate for some of the world's most