Check out these glam sneak peeks in the Young Hollywood issue of Regard mag!
The new issue features The Thundermans‘ Kira Kosarin on the cover, and inside you’ll find stunning features with Bailee Madison, Paris Berelc, Kelli Berglund, Cameron Boyce, Cody Christian, Lilimar and Emily Robinson.
“I remember really connecting with the sense of humor and comedic timing, when I first read the script. I also really felt passionate about Phoebe. She’s sarcastic and witty, strong but emotional, a brilliant girl who still gets herself into trouble. I loved all that about her,” Kira shares in the glossy about her character.
Paris added about her chosen career path: “I never wanted to be normal, and with acting, I can express myself through many different characters. I love researching the characters I’m going in for and share with others what my own interpretation is of that character. It’s an art form that will forever be in my heart.”
Click inside to see what Lilimar, Cody, Cameron, Bailee and Emily had to share…
Lilimar: “My fans are so wonderful! I’m definitely a social media gal, and I’m all about taking creative pictures and making themes on Instagram. My fans make the whole social media experience 10x better! Their comments and edits always make my day and bring a smile to my face. They’re super fun, and I’m so thankful for their support.”
Kelli Berglund: “I was just a tiny, naive 9 year old when I first experienced what is was like to be on camera. It was complicated, but fascinating. I’ve grown to love this job for so many reasons. I want to continue to learn and experience new things in this profession that exhilarate my heart and brain.”
Cody Christian: “I’m lucky in that regard, to have found my passion so early. I still feel the very same way, every moment of every day.
Emily Robinson: “I loved modeling. I loved the people, the clothes, the camera; I loved it all. But, I also loved, and love, telling stories. I wish I could remember exactly what it was that prompted this exclamation, but I just remember coming home one day from school and declaring to my family that, ‘I want to act now.’”
Bailee Madison: “I have my family to remind me how blessed I am, and how it isn’t about social media numbers or how many ‘likes’ you get, it’s about what you are able to do with the platform you’ve been given, and how you can use it to help others.
Cameron Boyce: “Once I got a feel for acting, I started to become more successful in auditioning for bigger projects. I was always a ham, but raw potential can only get you so far. Once I started to realize how beautiful performing in anything, acting or dancing really was, is when I got hooked.”