Today, Vanessa Hudgens is one of the most popular young celebrities in the United States. In her crazy crowds of fans; her pictures graced the covers of top magazines of the world. One of the glossy magazines had even called her "princess of California." And this term is difficult to disagree. It seems that in all her life cloudless sun Californian beaches merge with flashes of hundreds of thousands of cameras. But was the life of the star princess always as clear and happy? Of course not. After all, the way up is never easy.

Childhood of Vanessa Hudgens: FIRST STEPS TO GLORY
Vanessa was born in sunny California in a family of Greg and Gina Hudgens. Her parents were immigrants, but because in the blood of the future actress mixed several nationalities. So, Vanessa has Irish, Filipino and Spanish roots. Perhaps it is this "explosive mixture" and has become the basis of future artistry girl. From the earliest years she organized pageants for parents, as well as actively participated in local musical theater productions. Girl offers a rare vocal abilities, and therefore always got all child plays the central role. Due to permanent employment at the rehearsals Vanessa was not able to attend school. Its formation alternately engaged parents. As she notes, "California Princess," was her father and mother to a large extent determined its fate. They never pressured his daughter, forcing her to certain decisions, but instead always encouraged any of its undertakings.

So it was when Vanessa said firmly that he wanted to become an actress. Trying to realize the dream of his daughter, the parents sold the house and moved to Los Angeles. It was here in the City of Angels young Miss Hudgens became the first to appear on television. At first it had small roles in commercials. Soon, however, comely girl invited to film in several TV shows. So Vanessa Hudgens "lit up" in the projects of "Five twins", "Stay until the end» (Still Standing), «Homicide» (Robbery Homicide Division), which became for the young diva's new step in his career.

Further stages of a career and the first major ROLE of Vanessa Hudgens
The roles in various TV shows, though not brought Vanessa great popularity, but gave her invaluable experience of filming, which is very useful in her future. Catching up on acting class, Vanessa waited patiently for a new chance. And soon the lucky ticket was in her hands. In 2003, the fifteen-year-actress won the role of schoolgirl Noel in the dramatic film "Thirteen", tells the story of a turning point in the lives of teenagers. This film was perceived ambiguously by critics because it raises the children's alcoholism, drug abuse and teenage sexuality. However, to some extent it is the hype and success brought the tape. Vanessa added another important point to his acting resume and received several new proposals for the sets. Also in 2003, Vanessa has participated in making the film "The Brothers Garcia" and "Thunderbirds".

Two years later the young actress won the role of Gabriella Montez in "High School Musical." This actor's work has become the most successful in the career of Vanessa Hudgens. The film, shot at Disney, the girl brought immense popularity. At this point, the first time the actress felt like a real star. Her photo began to appear in the best journals of the world. Journalists vying asked her for an interview. But the most important breakthrough is that it finally became popular and recognizable. Thousands of spectators just went crazy over it. The wave of popularity of the film raise it to hitherto unseen heights. The painting "High School Musical" Vanessa Hudgens has brought several high-profile nominations and awards. Jury Kids' Choice Award named her "favorite actress», ShoWest Convention - «Actress future." Vanessa few personal nominations and won the Teen Choice Awards, but this time she got only a total awards, awarded to her and the other actors tape in the category "Best Film". In the wake of the popularity of "High School Musical" was filmed two of the famous film - "High School Musical: Vacations" and "High School Musical: Senior Year." In each of these paintings Vanessa starred Gabriella Montez.

Career after the "High School Musical," Vanessa Hudgens NOW
In 2006, the actress has signed a lucrative contract with the company «Old Navy», under which was the official face of the company, checking out a few commercials. Her acting career went uphill, but at this point all of a sudden she suddenly changed "stage vector", and together with "Hollywood Records" has started recording a solo album. In 2006, the stores appeared her first album «V». Two years later, in collaboration with all the same label Vanessa presented to the public, and their second album - «Identified». Singing debut earned her award Teen Choice Awards, which named her "the best singer-rookie."

Returning to the actor's path, Vanessa Hudgens was noted by a few teenage tapes. Most notable works of the period for the actress was the film "Bandslam," "Beastly", "Spring Breakers", "Journey 2: The Mysterious Island." Trying to go beyond the already bothered her role and to try his hand at another genre, Vanessa receives a proposal for the shooting in a more complex and dramatic tapes. So, in her filmography picture appears "frozen ground" in which she plays a surviving victim of the maniac, as well as film "Sucker Punch." V2013-M, the screens should leave immediately, two new film with a young actress - "Machete Kills" and "Gimme Shelter."

PERSONAL LIFE of Vanessa Hudgens
Novels young and charming actress has always been at the epicenter of attention. For example, it is known about the relationship Vanessa Hudgens with her partner in the film "High School Musical" Zac Efron.

On the set (however, already another film), and the actress has found his second stellar boyfriend - Josh Hutcherson ("Journey 2: The Mysterious Island", "The Hunger Games"). Currently, Vanessa meets with another handsome actor Austin Butler.

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Hudgens had her first acting role in an episode of the sitcom Still Standing, in which she portrayed Tiffany. Following her appearance on the series, she guest starred in an episode of the series Robbery Homicide Division, airing on CBS in 2002. 2003 saw Hudgens making her theatrical debut in the 2003 drama film Thirteen, in which she had the supporting role of Noel. The film, which revolved around teenager Tracy trying to fit in and getting caught up in the wrong crowd, was somewhat of a commercial success, grossing $10 million worldwide. Despite its minor commercial success, the film received positive critical reviews. It has an 82% "fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and USA Today called Thirteen the most "powerful of all recent wayward-youth sagas". Hudgens subsequently landed a role in the 2004 science fiction-adventure film Thunderbirds, based on the television series of the same name. Hudgens portrayed the character of Tin-tin. The film was a commercial failure and was strongly criticized for "abandoning the original concepts".