Jaynee-Lynne Kinchen, born in Baton Rouge, LA, on January 17, 2007, has been singing and entertaining on stage since age 3. Her first song for an audience was Shirley Temple's "Animal Crackers". Although she's been known to have a few shy moments off stage, the second anyone would hand her a "mic", she'd shine, put on her sassy personality, and no one would ever guess she had a shy bone in her body. She also sings the National Anthem at LSU sporting events, and has been since age 5. Jaynee-Lynne, the youngest of 3 kids, has been mimicking her siblings and acting since age 2, with them making home videos of her. From day one she has watched Jake and Savanna Kinchen singing, dancing, playing saxophone, and acting both on stage and in movies. The producers of America's Got Talent discovered Jaynee-Lynne's singing voice at age 4, out of 48,000 auditions and selected her for their TV show. She sang "Tomorrow" from "Annie" in front of celebrity judges and a large audience which she brought to their feet, and was in commercials and promo videos for the show two years in a row. After her AGT experience and only one commercial for Blue Cross Blue Shield, Jaynee-Lynne landed her first lead role in a feature film at age 6. After a nationwide search, Jaynee-Lynne booked the role of Anna in "Selfless" with Ryan Reynolds, Natalie Martinez, and Ben Kingsley. She kept director, Tarsem Singh, and the rest of the crew laughing with her unintentional cute comments during production. They've all been amazed and keep commenting on how smart, talented, and cooperative she is for one so young.
|Εκτός εαυτού – Self/less (2015)
|July 10, 2015