It’s only up from here! The entertainment industry is made up of people from all different age groups, and there are so many young Canadians ready to take on the world of fame. From up and coming actors, to internet sensations who got their start on TikTok, these Canadian celebrities under 30 are about to be everywhere.\nYou may recognize some of these fresh faces from your newest Netflix binge or maybe you’ve spotted them scrolling through your Instagram feed.\nThere’s no telling how far these aspiring Canadians could go!\nNarcity has even exclusively spoken to some of these celebs about their newfound experience with fame. Who knows, maybe you’ll find your next inspiration on this list.\nAlison Thornton\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by ✨คliŞ໐ຖ th໐rຖt໐ຖ🦋 (@ali.g.thornton) on Mar 30, 2020 at 3:36pm PDT\n20-year-old Alison Thornton, originally from Vancouver, has spent the last couple of years guest-starring in episodes of shows like The 100 and Supergirl. She recently landed a huge role on Netflix’s Dare Me and currently has a movie, The Mental State, in post-production.\nThornton recently spoke to Narcity about her experience starring in her first-ever series.\nFrancesca Farago\nView this post on Instagram official reached the point where i’m about to re watch tiger king A post shared by TOO HOT TO HANDLE (@francescafarago) on Apr 4, 2020 at 2:08pm PDT\nNetflix’s newest reality series, Too Hot To Handle, brought this 25-year-old Canadian into the spotlight. Francesca Farago splits her time between Vancouver and Los Angeles working as a travel influencer.\nAnna Cathcart\nView this post on Instagram my dad told me i look like john lennon and now i can’t unsee it #backyardiganseries A post shared by Anna Cathcart (@annacathcart) on Apr 7, 2020 at 10:33pm PDT\nLara Jean and Peter Convinsky might have stolen your hearts in To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, but some might argue that Anna Cathcart’s character, Kitty, was the highlight of the film.\n16-year-old Cathcart was born in Vancouver and also stars in Disney’s The Descendants and the children’s show Odd Squad.\nEarlier this year, Cathcart told Narcity what it was like to film the hit Netflix movie in her hometown, Vancouver.\nJacob Tremblay\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Jacob Tremblay (@jacobtremblay) on Feb 5, 2020 at 6:36pm PST\nJacob Tremblay has been shocking people with his amazing acting skills since winning prestigious awards for his film Room. The 13-year-old Vancouver native has gone on to star in movies like Good Boys and The Book of Henry.\nFinn Wolfhard\nView this post on Instagram EDIT we are streaming on twitch - handle is theaubreysrphun on Tuesday 1 PM PST Hi! You should come watch a live stream of @theaubreysrphun playing a few songs next Tuesday at 1 PM PST. We gonna have some fun. Photo by: @gepsphotos A post shared by Finn Wolfhard (@finnwolfhardofficial) on Mar 20, 2020 at 11:25am PDT\n17-year-old Stranger Things star Finn Wolfhard, originally from Vancouver, has made the most of his fame. Besides his hit Netflix series, he’s starred in both IT and IT: Chapter Two as well as the upcoming Ghostbusters reboot.\nMaitreyi Ramakrishnan\nView this post on Instagram This was such an amazing shoot I did in the fall and finally I get to share the photos! Check out my interview with @elleindia Link in bio!🏍💛 Photography 📸: @vinsia Hair and makeup💄: @shenelephant A post shared by Maitreyi Ramakrishnan (@maitreyiramakrishnan) on Apr 10, 2020 at 1:26pm PDT\nMaitreyi Ramakrishnan told Narcity her life completely changed after booking her first Netflix series. Never Have I Ever, Mindy Kaling’s newest coming of age comedy, also happens to be the 18-year-old’s first professional acting gig ever.\nBoman Martinez-Reid\nView this post on Instagram Before we all went into self-ovulation 😔✊🏽 A post shared by Boman Martinez-Reid (@bomanizer) on Mar 23, 2020 at 3:58pm PDT\nTikTok has become a huge part of mainstream entertainment and this Torontonian is currently killing the game. Boman Martinez-Reid’s mock reality TV segments have gained him nearly 1 million followers in just a few short months.\nJessie Reyez\nView this post on Instagram My fav Billie Eilish lyric is I don’t want to be you anymore. Day 1. A post shared by Jessie Reyez (@jessiereyez) on Mar 9, 2020 at 7:39pm PDT\nThis 28-year-old music artist from Toronto might just be getting started. Jessie Reyez has already managed to get her single “Figures” on the top Canadian charts and has been nominated for four Junos in the past. There’s no telling what this celeb could do!\nMark Gaetano\nView this post on Instagram ceo of college merch? happy easter y’all 🐣 A post shared by snarkymarky (@m.a.rk) on Apr 12, 2020 at 2:15pm PDT\nAnother famous TikTok user is a 17-year-old Toronto native Mark Gaetan. Also known as snarkymarky, he used relatable experiences with teachers to gain over 2 million followers.