7 New Canadian Celebrities Under 30 That Are Totally Killing It
So many talented Canadians to keep track of!
Your twenties are all about finding yourself so that when you hit your thirties you're set up for success financially, mentally, and emotionally. As much as we can dream, most of us will probably never be millionaires or be famous, but that doesn't mean we can't live vicariously through people our age who are. We've rounded up a list of seven Canadian celebrities under 30 that will be everywhere soon.
It's easy to think that all the top celebrities are in America, but there are some very talented people right here in Canada who are as young as 12 years old and are absolutely killing it.
You may recognize a few of these famous faces from your Instagram feed or favourite TV shows. One thing's for sure, if you aren't already familiar with their work, you will be soon enough.
For a 12-year-old, Jacob Tremblay sure has a lot going for him. Besides dealing with the woes of middle school, the Vancouver native also keeps busy with several acting projects including, Wonder, and The Book of Henry.
If you're wondering where you may have seen the face of 28-year-old Cody Kearsley before, it may have been on the streets of Vancouver.
If you haven't spotted him in person, you've probably seen Kearsley on your TV screen while watching Riverdale. The Canadian actor will also be starring in the upcoming Netflix original series,.
At just 25 years old, Toronto born modelhas accomplished things we can only dream of (like being named in a Drake song, obviously). Harlow has become not only a renowned name in the fashion world but also a spokesperson for the skin condition, vitiligo.
Over the last 27 years, Canadian actor Alexander Ludwig has added plenty of impressive credits to his resume. He's been seen in The Hunger Games, Race to Witch Moutain, Grown Ups 2, and Vikings, to name a few.
If you're familiar with the Netflix original series Stranger Things, there's no way you haven't heard the name. At a mere 16 years old, the Vancouver-born actor knows how to keep busy. His most recent projects include Ghostbusters and IT: Chapter Two.
If you've gone this long without hopping on the Daniel Caesar bandwagon, we're here to tell you that you need to ASAP. Not only does the 24-year-old Oshawa-born singer have the voice of an angel, but he also happens to be the lucky artist selected tolater this month.
Most 16-year-olds can only dream of meeting Shawn Mendes, but Anna Cathcart has managed to do that and take on a central role in Netflix's hit film To All the Boys I've Loved Before. The actress was born in Richmond, B.C., and definitely has some big things in store for her.