Netflix show Senior Year has finally dropped and, of course, fans are already curious to know more about its younger cast members, including Jade Bender.
Bender portrays Britney ‘Bri Loves’ Balbo, a social media influencer and popular it-girl high schooler. Bri is the daughter of Tiffany, a past nemesis of Stephanie who has returned to high school following a 20-year coma.
Now fans are curious to know more about Senior Year actress Jade Bender including her age and other acting roles. Let’s get to know her a bit better…
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Get to know Senior Year’s Jade Bender
Senior Year fans can find Jade Bender on Instagram, where she currently has more than 7,000 followers.
Bender often shares behind-the-scene moments from her roles on-screen as well as her life away from the spotlight.
It’s clear the actress has had a passion for acting since a young age, with Bender having previously joked she was “born to be a star” while sharing a throwback video of her performing onstage:
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How old is the actress?
While she portrays a high schooler in Senior Year Netflix, fans have been wondering about Jade Bender’s age in real life. As the film is set in the senior year, her character Bri would be about 17 or 18 years old.
According to a past birthday post on the actress’ Instagram, Bender is 24 years old in real life and will celebrate her 25th birthday in September:
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A look at Jade Bender’s acting career so far
Jade Bender is an up-and-coming star in the world of acting and already has a few credits to her name.
According to her IMDb, her first on-screen feature was in parody reality series Warren The Ape. She went on to have brief features in NBC’s The Player as well as TNT’s Major Crimes.
More recently, she starred in family film A Cowgirl’s Story. She was also cast to feature in the TV adaptation of 2018 comedy Night School.