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Liane Valenzuela

The Singer, songwriter, dancer, model, host, and actress…was born in San Jose and grew up in Modesto, California. She was involved in several activities, such as choirs, talent shows, singing recitals, and modeling events.

Liane always used music as a means of helping people around her. Music was her tool in building friendships and solving problems. For this reason she believes that music is therapeutic. As a child Liane's parents owned a DJ company where she would perform during weddings, birthdays, and other special occasions. She also participated in monthly modeling events in San Francisco supporting numerous clothing lines from Los Angeles.

After graduating high school, Liane's parents moved her to Southern California in January 2006 to allow her to go full force to pursue her dreams. The following year, she completed a promotional album and music video, as well as holding a CD release concert. In 2008, she took part in three vocal recordings with Jay Anthony Brown called "Murder The Hits" for the Tom Joyner's morning radio show. Later that year she recorded another music video with the actor Kel Mitchel as her lead. Soon after that video, Liane was featured as the lead in Colby O'Donis's music video "Let you Go" and also opened up for Colby O'Donis at the Ed Hardy block party in Modesto, CA.

Liane represented the Philippines in the Miss Asia USA Pageant 2008 and placed third runner up out of thirty-two delegates. The following year she returned to the pageant as a performer for the Miss Asia USA Pageant 2009. In support of her culture, Liane not only performed in Las Vegas for the Filipino Association but she also served as the opening artist for award-winning Filipino actor Christopher DeLeon. Liane also hosted for Moofaces/MTV industry showcase in Hollywood, CA interviewing upcoming writers and singers.

Since her move to Los Angeles, she's been nonstop. She joined an acting academy, participated in weekly dance classes, photo shoots, music videos, and worked with a few producers, as well as being coached by different choreographers and vocal instructors. She worked with producers, Mark Jackson and Ian Scott, better known as "MJandiRok." They completed three (3) songs and are still in the studio working on more records. Liane has also been currently performing all over Hollywood's at premiere night clubs like Les Duex, Mi-6, XIV, Play House, My House, and more.

Her move to LA has made such a phenomenal difference in Liane's life so far. Her strong faith and passion that she has for her dreams keep her consistent.