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Mollee Gray returns as the peppy classic surf girl Giggles, in the Disney Channel Original Movie “Teen Beach 2.” A trained dancer in jazz, tap and ballet, Gray competed on season six of “So You Think You Can Dance,” finishing in the top eight. Her dance talents can be seen in the blockbuster Disney Channel Original Movie “High School Musical 2,” and the feature films “High School Musical 3: Senior Year” and “The American Mall.” Her television credits include “Suburgatory,” “Austin & Ally,” “Shake It Up,” “Glee,” “Big Time Rush,” “Victorious” and “Drop Dead Diva.” Gray has also performed on “The Ellen Show,” “The Voice,” “America’s Got Talent” and “Kids Choice Awards.” Her film credits include supporting roles in “No Strings Attached” and “Out of Step.” She can next be seen as the lead character Amanda in “Double Daddy.” Gray was born deaf in her left ear, but overcame many challenges to become a professional singer and dancer. Although she sometimes can’t hear all the beats in the music, she uses the vibrations on the floor to get the rhythm. When she is not dancing, singing or acting, Mollee loves rollerblading, riding scooters or hanging out at the beach or pool. Born May 15, 1991 in Salt Lake City, Utah, Gray enjoys reading and writing in her spare time.
|2006||High School Musical||A featured dancer|
|2007||High School Musical 2||A principal dancer|
|2008||The American Mall||A dancer|
|High School Musical 3: Senior Year||A principal dancer and an extra|
|2009||So You Think You Can Dance: Season 6||Herself; A contestant||Made it to the semi-finals (TOP 8) but was voted off on December 9|
|2011||No Strings Attached||Sari|
|2013||Teen Beach Movie||Giggles||Secondary character|
|Teens Wanna Know||Herself||Guest Star|
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