Adrianna Parson

Adrianna Parson



Adriana Parson is an American actress and singer known for her roles on the television series Glee, American Horror Story: Cult, and The Good Place. She was born in Chicago, Illinois on March 30, 1991. Her parents are both professional musicians, so it’s no surprise she developed an interest in music and performing from a young age.

Adriana started her professional career in 2009, when she starred in a regional production of the musical “The Addams Family”. Her performance earned her a nomination for a Joseph Jefferson Award. She then went on to appear in a number of television series, including Glee, American Horror Story: Cult, and The Good Place. Adriana’s portrayal of Rachel Berry in Glee earned her a Teen Choice Award nomination.

In addition to acting, Adriana is also a talented singer. She released her first solo album in 2011, which featured original songs and covers of classic rock and pop songs. Adriana has since gone on to perform at various venues, including the Hollywood Bowl and the Troubadour.

Adriana is also an advocate for mental health awareness. She has shared her own struggles with depression and anxiety, and has spoken out about the importance of seeking help and support. She also regularly participates in charity events to benefit mental health awareness.

Adriana is an inspiration to many, and continues to strive to make a positive impact on the world. She is dedicated to her craft, and continues to challenge herself and explore new opportunities. From her humble beginnings in Chicago to her current success, Adriana Parson has proven herself to be an unstoppable force.

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