The Ask Dr. Renee Show with Drew Sidora
Drew Sidora has been pinned by Hollywood as the new “it” girl.
Sidora began studying music and theatre at the age of two, trained in the Suzuki Method of classical piano for six years, and trained for the stage at the organic Theatre in Chicago. She studied modern dance with Tony Dyer and before she was even a teenager, she had done incalculable national voice-overs, television commercials and print ads. She made her motion picture debut at the age of nine in Thomas Carter’s “Divas”.
With brains, beauty, and talent to back her, it’s no surprise that she is commanding such attention within the industry. When asked about future goals and aspirations Sidora states, “I want to passionately inspire, empower, and entertain.”
Drew is a recurring on the sitcom THE GAME and THAT’S SO RAVEN and guest starred on WITHOUT A TRACE, WHAT I LIKE ABOUT YOU and GIRLFRIENDS. Some of her film credits include: NEVER DIE ALONE, WHITE CHICKS, and WILD HOGS, staring Tim Allen, John Travolta, William H. Macy and Martin Lawrence. She also starred along side Vivica A. Foxx in Screen Gems’ MOTIVES II. In addition, Drew received rave reviews for her performance as dancer Lucy Avila in the hit Disney feature STEP UP, playing a talented, soulful R&B singer, with two placements on the movie’s Gold Soundtrack.
Sidora was lead in the hit break dancing film B-GIRL, FRANKENHOOD with Charlie Murphy and FARMHOUSE with KELLY HU from X-MEN, JURY OF OUR PEERS AND CHURCH GIRL with Robin Givens.
Sidora while in Johannesburg, Africa filming, the KILLING OF WENDY. filmed a docudrama of her experiences while filming on location there.
Drew landed a Fox series NURSES opposite Eliza Dushku and Sara Rue and ONE LOVE with T.D Jakes and SHE”S NOT OUR SISTER on GMC.
Drew produced her first feature film; BLESSED & CURSED with Deitrick Hadden and stars Sheryl Lee Ralph. She is also the lead in numerous national play tours: I NEED A MAN, GOOD GIRLZ LIKE BAD BOYZs CHURCH GIRL, GREATEST LOVE STORY EVER TOLD, and MAN OF HER DREAMS to name a few.