Vanessa Hudgens has come a long way from her days of starring as Tiffany in Disney’s High School Musical. She takes her skin scare very seriously and has most recently posted a selfie on Instagram that is creating a bit of a stir.
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Vanessa Anne Hudgens was born in Salinas, California and has over the years amassed a respectable acting and music career.
Her foray in showbiz came courtesy of numerous plays such as Carousel, The Wizard of Oz, The King and I, The Music Man, and Cinderella, among others. Starting at a relatively young age, she then decided to broaden her horizon and started auditioning for commercials and television shows. Her family were fully supportive and even relocated to Los Angeles after she won a role in a television commercial.
Having relocated to Los Angeles, it did not take Hudgens long to land her first acting role in an episode of the sitcom, Still Standing in which she portrayed Tiffany. This was followed by arguably her biggest role to date as she was cast as Gabriella Montez in the Disney Channel Original Movie, High School Musical. The film was released in 2006 and was a critical and commercial success becoming the channel’s most watched film that year with 7.7 million viewers.
Not one to shy away from grasping an opportunity, Hudgens recorded numerous songs for the film. Breaking Free, a duet with Zac Efron went on to become Hudgens’ only Top 10 hit on the Bilboard Hot 100. It ultimately reached position 4 on the list. This prompted Hudgens’ to work on her debut album which was titled V and released in 2006.
Since then Hudgens’ has made a short lived comeback to television by shooting a pilot for a TV comedy series titled Powerless, which is based on DC Comics characters. The series was cancelled after one season.