Indiana Massara is an up-and-coming actress and musician who has proven to be incredibly talented. The US-based Australian entertainer focuses on the pop genre with regards to her music. She is one of the new pop girls that are gaining momentum and would most likely become a household name should she keep up with her current pace. Massara gained widespread popularity for portraying the role of Rooney in the hit web series Chicken Girls.
Her passion for show business drove her to drop out of high school and relocate to America in the hopes of becoming an actress. Even though she did not get the results she wanted immediately, Masssra did not give up as she kept auditioning until she earned her debut role in a comedy movie titled Crafty: Or (The Unexpected Virtue of the Girl in Charge of Snacks). Soon, the floodgates of acting roles were open to her. Massara’s success has definitely endeared many to her who are eager to know more about her beyond her professional life. Below are the answers to many questions asked about the young star.
Indiana Massara’s Biography
Massara was born as Indiana Marie Ella Massara on August 23, 2002, in Coolbinia, Perth Australia to her Australian parents whose names and information are not yet available to the media. She spent her childhood days in Australia living with her older brother Presley Massara who influenced her to go into acting as he was pursuing a career in the performance arts.
Indiana Massara was a student at the Mercedes College in Australia before deciding on an acting career, as a result, she dropped out of her Australian high school and relocated to Los Angeles in a bid to better her chances at a successful acting career. She stayed with her brother who had earlier moved to pursue his career as well.
After moving to America, Massara at the age of 13 went into modeling when it was obvious that the movie roles were not forthcoming. She was reportedly denied the movie roles she auditioned for due to her height. However, she was successful as a model and walked the runway of the Los Angeles fashion week.
Massara made her film debut portraying the character of Kendall in the 2015 short comedy movie Crafty: Or (The Unexpected Virtue of the Girl in Charge of Snacks). She later went ahead to appear in an episode of the TV show Sh!T Happened as the character Indi, and also in Connect and Saturated.
Massara released her first song titled Drama which was well received by music lovers and became an instant hit in May 2017. Later that same year, she went on to release her second song titled Apology, the song Smoke in my Eyes was released in January 2018.
5 Quick Facts You Need To Know About Indiana Massara
1) Net Worth
According to credible sources, Indiana Massara has gathered a net worth of $300 thousand, she is said to be earning between $1.7k and $26.5k thousand a year, her earnings and wealth, in general, would most likely increase with time.
2) She is a fan of Jennifer Lawrence
Indiana Massara is one of the many fans of the Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence, she has mentioned several times that she loves the actress and that she is her favorite.
3) Massara was a victim of Bullying after she relocated to America
Upon relocating from her country to America, Massara didn’t immediately have it easy as the new environment came with new challenges. She enrolled in a new school where she was often made fun of for her Aussie accent and was even called names. As a result, she changed schools to where she had future Chicken Girls co-stars Carson Lueders and Hayden Summerall as her school mates.
4) Indiana Massara’s Body Measurements
Indiana Massara is 5 feet 7 inches or 1.7m tall and weighs about 114 Ibs (52 kg). The stunning actress’s body measurements are 33-24-32 inches for her bust-waist-hips measurements. Her hair is naturally brown and her eyes are hazel colored.
5) She was very sporty while growing up
Indiana Massara might appear all girly now but she was formerly a tomboy. She was highly active in athletics practicing sports like boxing, swimming, running the track as well as field events.