Nickelodeon’s newest star, Addison Riecke, discovered her love for acting, singing and playing musical instruments at age four. Gaining experience through a variety of camps and workshops such as the Kehoe-France Drama Camp, Addison began her career on stage both in theatre and musical theatre.
In August 2011, Addison enrolled in John Robert Powers Performing Arts Academy in Metairie, Louisiana. During her time with JRP, Addison gained performance knowledge thanks to the trained and highly regarded staff, which helped lead to her successful audition for the International Presentation of Performance (IPOP). In January 2012, Addison won a number of awards through IPOP’s convention, including awards for Child Actor of the Year, Winner of Child Monologue and Winner of Child TV Beauty Commercial.
Addison’s latest project, a super-hero themed comedy “The Thundermans,” will be one of Nickelodeon’s newest television series for 2013. Based around the Thunderman family, this comedy features a typical suburban family who also has astounding superpowers. Between the older twins’ competing personalities of good and evil (Jack Griffo, Kira Kosarin), to the younger siblings (Addison Riecke, Diego Velazquez) typically annoying qualities, “The Thundermans” will become a comedic addition to Nickelodeon’s lineup.
Addison has also appeared on the new ABC series “How to Live with Your Parents (for the Rest of Your Life),” on stage in “101 Dalmatian Kids” and in national commercials for Lunchables and PlayStation.
In addition to acting and singing, Addison also enjoys playing both the piano and guitar.
We formed a Delaware corporation for Addison.