Avantika Vandanapu Biography | Age | Relationship | Movies | Wiki

Avantika Vandanapu Biography | Age | Relationship | Movies | Wiki

Avantika Vandanapu, born on January 25, 2005, is an American actress works in the American and Indian film industry, particularly in Telugu and Tamil cinema.

Avantika Vandanapu was born into an Indian Telugu family in San Francisco, California, with roots tracing back to Hyderabad in Telangana, India. The actress, demonstrating her passion for the arts from a young age, took drama lessons at the prestigious American Conservatory Theater.

Avantika Vandanapu Biography | Age | Relationship | Movies | Wiki

Avantika Vandanapu Biography | Age | Relationship | Movies | Wiki

Attribute Details
Full Name Avantika Vandanapu
Profession Actress
Nationality American
Date of Birth January 25, 2005
Place of Birth Union City, California, U.S.
Age 19 Years
Parents Father – Srikanth Vandanapu, Mother – Anupama Reddy Chintala
Languages Known English, Spanish, Hindi,  & Telugu
Education Drama lesson at American Conservatory Theater
College Columbia University
Debut Film Child artist in Brahmotsavam [2016] – Telugu
Notable Films Premam [2016], Spin [2021], Boomika [2021]
Upcoming Films Mean Girls [2024], Tarot, A Crown of Wishes
Height [Approx] 5 Feet 8 inches
Weight [Approx] 58 Kg
Eye Colour Brown
Hair Colour Dark Brown
Zodiac sign
Hobbies Swimming, Cooking, Badminton, Painting, Skating
Marital Status Unmarried
Social Media Instagram – avantika

Avantika’s initial recognition came in 2014 when she secured the second position in Dance India Dance Lil Masters (North America Edition), showcasing her exceptional dancing skills. Her foray into Telugu cinema commenced in 2015, and despite scheduling conflicts preventing her participation in Krishna Gaadi Veera Prema Gaadha, she officially debuted as a child artist in Brahmotsavam.

Her early films include notable projects like Manamantha and Premam, where she portrayed the younger version of Madonna Sebastian. Avantika’s breakthrough came in 2021 with the lead role in the Disney Channel Original Movie, “Spin.” The film received positive reviews, with critics praising her performance and on-screen presence.

In 2022, she showcased her comedic talent in the film “Senior Year.” The following year, Avantika took on the challenging role of Karen Shetty in the film adaptation of the Broadway musical “Mean Girls.” While the movie received mixed reviews, her performance was widely acclaimed, earning praise for her standout role among the “mean girls.”

Looking ahead, Avantika Vandanapu is set to join the ensemble cast of “Horrorscope,” a project helmed by Anna Halberg and Spenser Cohen. Additionally, she is gearing up to headline a Disney+ original series based on the 1992 novel, “A Crown of Wishes.”

Currently residing in New York City, she attends Columbia University. Despite her burgeoning success in the entertainment industry, Avantika remains grounded in her academic pursuits.