China Anne McClain is an American actress and singer. McClain's career began in 2005 when she was seven years old, portraying Alexis in the film The Gospel and then China James in Daddy's Little Girls along with Idris Elba and her two sisters. McClain became nationally known for starring in Tyler Perry's House of Payne as Jazmine Payne, and became internationally known and is best known for starring as Chyna Parks in the Disney Channel television series A.N.T. Farm, and for starring as Uma in Descendants 2 and Descendants 3. McClain began her musical career in 2005 as a member of the sister girl group the 3mcclaingirls with her sisters Sierra and Lauryn. Her first professional single was "Your Biggest Fan" with Nick Jonas on the soundtrack album Jonas L.A.. In 2011, McClain signed with Hollywood Records both as a solo artist and with her sister girl group, known as the McClain Sisters.
|Born:||August 25, 1998, Decatur, Georgia, U.S.|
|Relatives:||Sierra McClain (sister), Lauryn McClain (sister)|
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About China Anne McClain
Actress and singer who became known for playing Jazmine on Tyler Perry's House of Payne. She released the Billboard Hot 100 song "Calling All the Monsters" and received the 2014 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Performance for her role in Disney's A.N.T. Farm. She plays Uma in Disney's Descendants series. In 2018, she began starring in The CW's Black Lightning.
At the age of seven, she was cast to play a role on the movie The Gospel after a music executive heard her sing.
She plays the lead character, Gabby Harrison, in the 2014 Disney TV movie How to Build a Better Boy.
She starred on the Disney Channel series A.N.T. Farm alongside Sierra McCormick.
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- African-American child actresses
- Walt Disney Records artists
- Actresses from Atlanta
- Actresses from Georgia (U.S. state)
- Hollywood Records artists
- Child pop musicians
- American pop musicians
- Musicians from Atlanta
- American child singers
- American female pop singers
- African-American female singers
- African-American Christians