Who is Jude Demorest?
Claire Jude Demorest was born on March 11, 1992 in Detroit, Michigan, USA. She is a singer, songwriter and actress, best known for her work on the television shows “Star” and “Dallas”. She has appeared in many other programs and has released music as a solo artist
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Jude Demorest’s net worth
As of mid-2020, Jude Demorest’s net worth is estimated at over $2 million, earned through success as an actress and as a music artist. She has also worked as a songwriter and was responsible for creating songs for Fifth Harmony and the songs sung in “Star”, the music-focused television series.
Early life and the beginning of a career
Jude grew up in Detroit and was part of a family that was very active in the Church. She was there most days because of her family, and it was during her time there that she became more in touch with music, as their church was very music-oriented, and she started participating there regularly. Eventually, their pastor started a performing arts school near where she lived. She went to school, sang in a choir, learned to dance and took drama lessons.
Wanting to make it big in Hollywood, she moved to Los Angeles after graduating from high school. She started auditioning for acting roles, but it was difficult.
After that, she tried to sing and work as a backup dancer, which got her noticed by L.A. Reid’s Epic Records, and she signed a deal with the company and worked as a backup dancer and songwriter. In 2009, she made her film debut in the short film “History of Made up Things”, in which she played the character Whitney.
In 2010, Demorest made her television debut, appearing as a guest on the television series “Jonas” which aired on Disney Channel. The show starred the Jones Brothers and was intended as a means for them to gain more exposure to help with their music and acting careers; the show ran for about two seasons.
Two years later, she worked on her first song and wrote for the soundtrack of the Nickelodeon sitcom “How to Rock”, called “Last 1 Standing”. Around the same time, she had a small, uncredited role in “The Ghastly Love of Johnny X”. The film was her first musical project, heavily influenced by 1950s culture and starring Creed Bratton and Reggie Bannister in the lead roles.
She then made a guest appearance on the show “Hollywood Heights” which aired on Nickelodeon sister channels TeenNick and Nick at Nite, and was based on the telenovela “Alcanzar Una Estrella” which aired in Mexico.
The show ran for a season and was known for a multi-episode guest appearance by actor James Franco. After a few years of searching for more opportunities, in 2014 she landed one of her biggest roles.
Dallas and rise to fame
Jude was cast as the recurring character Candace in the 2014 season of “Dallas”, created as a revival of the soap opera of the same name that aired in the 1980s. It brought back many stars of the original series and introduced many other characters as well. The show ran ahead three seasons before it gets canceled due to ratings crashing.
She then worked on the independent films “Axiom” and “Bipolar”, and then made a guest appearance in “The Middle”, about a lower-middle-class family and their struggles in various aspects of their lives.
During these years she also became more active as a songwriter and started working closely with the band Fifth Harmony. The girl group was formed during the second season of “The X Factor”, and rose to fame in early 2010 after most of the music took off on social media; some of their most popular songs are “Worth It”, “Boss” and “Work from Home”, credited as a co-writer of the latter”, later worked on their song “Down”. She also worked closely with rapper and singer Brooke Candy for her single “Nasty”.
Breakthrough – Star
In 2016, Demorest got her first lead role in a television series, as she was cast on the show “Staras the character Star Davis, alongside Ryan Destiny and Brittany O’Grady, who followed the lives of three aspiring singers as they began their journey in the music industry. The show has become known for its use of original music and musical sequences, and numerous celebrities have made guest appearances on the show, including Benjamin Bratt and Queen Latifah. The show also featured Amiyah Scott, who was only the third openly transgender to appear as a major character on a major television series.
The show aired for three seasons and during this time she became responsible for writing several songs, including “This & That” and “Madonna”. The show also helped launch her music career as she released singles such as “Davis Street” and “There for You”, both of which were songs she wrote. One of her last songwriting credits is for “Bounce Back” by Little Mix, another girl group that came out of the UK version of “The X Factor” this time around. In 2019 it was announced that “Star” had been cancelledand since then she has not engaged in any new works.
Jude began a relationship with music producer Ammo sometime in the mid-2010s. He is known for his work with numerous popular music artists such as Maroon 5, Britney Spears, Katy Perry, Beyonce and Selena Gomez. They announced their marriage in 2016 and two years later they had a child.
In addition to her music and acting career, Jude is very active in promoting movements against injustice within the US justice system. She is also still very active when it comes to her Christian faith and has even visited Israel as part of a spiritual journey, one that reconfirmed her beliefs.