Palmer, Keke

"Keke" Palmer, whose real name is Lauren Keyana, was born in the United States on August 26, 1993. She has since gone on to become a successful actress, singer, dancer, designer, voice actress, and activist. Palmer grew up in the small town of Harvey, Illinois. S Palmer and her family relocated to Hollywood after she made her film debut.

Keke's first studio album, titled So Uncool, was released by Atlantic Records on September 18, 2007. The album landed at number 85 on the US R&B chart but nowhere else. The album's first single, "Keep It Movin'," was released first.

Palmer is not only a talented singer, but also an established performer on the stage. Her first film was 2004's Barbershop 2: Back in Business, where she played a new customer. Both Akeelah and the Bee and Madea's Family Reunion were released in 2006, where Palmer had starring roles. Within a year, Palmer was featured in the movie Cleaner. Palmer's film credits also include 2008's The Longshots and 2009's Shrink. Palmer had a busy 2012, appearing in four movies: Joyful Noise, Winx Club: The Secret of the Lost Kingdom, Ice Age: Continental Drift, and Virgin Mary. Palmer has appeared in several television movies, including Knights of the South Bronx (2005) and Jump In! (2007) Palmer also provided her voice for Peaches in the Ice Age movies. Palmer's acting resume also includes guest spots on shows like True Jackson, VP and The Simpsons. Palmer was the fourth highest-paid child star on television, with an average of $20,000 per episode for her role in True Jackson, VP. She also played a major role in the first season of Scream Queens, a Fox Network horror comedy that premiered on September 22, 2015. In the Ice Age series, she voiced a young adult version of Peaches.

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Beginnings of life and work, 1993–2004 [ ]

Palmer's birthdate is August 26, 1993, and she was born in Harvey, Illinois. Sharon and Larry Palmer, her parents, met in the theater.

Sisters Keke Palmer (left) and L'Oreal (right), ages 3 and 8

school, both had done professional acting work prior to settling into full-time jobs, Her father is an executive at a polyurethane firm, and her mother teaches high school students with cognitive impairments. Palmer got his start as a singer in a church, but it was a stage show at a Chicago attraction that really launched his career.

Palmer, at the ripe old age of nine, tried out for a role in a 2002 stage production of The Lion King. First appearing in the film industry in 2004's Barbershop 2: Back in Business, she played the niece of American rapper and actress Queen Latifah. Palmer and her family relocated to Los Angeles after the film's success so that she could continue acting. Palmer reflected, "I knew opportunities would pop up if I just kept trying." I consulted my sister, and I didn't offer her any incentives." So, I pleaded with her, "Please I didn't want to dampen her enthusiasm for high school, but I also wanted my own ambition to be realized. "You're really talented, and I think this could be good for you," she gushed. "

Significant acting roles in 2005-2007's So Uncool [ ]

Later, Palmer decided to become a singer. When the American Idol spin-off series American Juniors aired in 2003, she auditioned for it. However, her footage was cut before the show's cancellation. With the help of an agent, Palmer was able to secure a record deal with Atlantic Records in 2005. "All My Girlz" is her first release, and it can be found on the Akeelah and the Bee album. In 2005, Palmer appeared in the TV movie Knights of the South Bronx and in three other TV shows: Second Time Around, ER, and Keke & Jamal.

Her first time performing in front of tens of thousands of people was on November 18, 2006, at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California, for VH1's Save the Music Battle of the High School Marching Bands competition. In the Disney Channel Original Movie Jump In!, in which she plays Mary, Corbin Bleu's on-screen love interest, Palmer also provided the vocals for the songs "It's My Turn Now" and "Jumpin'." Palmer starred as a prepubescent girl of eleven in the music video for Ludacris and Mary J. Blige's "Runaway Love," released in 2006. In the same year, she also released "Tonight," the theme song heard during the closing credits of Night at the Museum. Palmer, in addition to her music career, has acted. In the 2006 film Akeelah and the Bee, she played the lead role of Akeelah, a gifted but socially awkward 11-year-old who never makes any spelling mistakes. The 2006 film Madea's Family Reunion featured Palmer in another supporting role.

Palmer had a breakout year in 2007 playing a variety of roles, including a supporting one in the Samuel L. Jackson and Eva Mendes thriller Cleaner. Palmer co-starred with American actor Corbin Bleu in the TV movie Jump In! Along with Tyler Perry's House of Payne, Palmer has also appeared in Just Jordan.

Vice President of Mixtape and Film Projects: True Jackson, 2008-2012 [ ]

Palmer's breakthrough role as True Jackson, VP on Nickelodeon's sitcom was in 2008. Palmer

Palmer is the "True" one.

also composed and sang the series's signature tune Palmer was the fourth highest paid child star on television with her $25,000 per episode salary from True Jackson, VP. All of Jane Siskin's True Jackson, VP-inspired designs for the Walmart fashion line were approved by Palmer in July 2009. Jumpers, contemporary dresses, knit tops, T-shirts, leggings, and more are all part of the fashion line. Palmer co-starred with Ice Cube in 2008's The Longshots, their second film together following 2003's Barbershop 2: Back in Business, in which Palmer played the lead role. Palmer appeared in the 2009 film Shrink as Jemma, a troubled high school student who is mandated by her school to see a therapist after cutting her hand by punching a mirror.

Interscope Records Chairman Jimmy Iovine signed Palmer in 2010 and he immediately began recording an album. She has shared several musical samples that were likely recorded for her upcoming second album on her MySpace and SayNow pages. Palmer said in an interview in 2011 that the album is finished and just needs to be mastered. The self-titled album will feature a range of musical genres, from R&B and hip hop to pop. The album was produced and written by Oak,

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