Jenna Ortega
Jenna Ortega

Jenna Ortega, a young achiever

It’s no secret that 2023 is going to be a big year for Jenna Ortega, who celebrated her 21th birthday in September and is already starting to make a name for her on the big screen: in 2022 alone, she has appeared in four films and has three more projects currently underway.

Acting Era

Her latest series, wednesday season 2– a spin-off of the original film about the Addams family – was released on Netflix on Thanksgiving Day. Ortega’s history is behind her rise to such stardom.

Ortega has been an actress for more than half of her life. When she was just 9 years old she appear on   “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”. Since then, she has appeared in a variety of genres, won numerous awards and, at the age of 11, played the child Annie in Insidious: Chapter 2, which launched her career as a horror icon.

Her Youngest star

During this time, she also appeared in a small role in Iron Man 3. However, it was her starring role in the Disney Channel series Stuck in the Middle that brought her great success. For her performance in this series, she won the 2018 Imagen Award for Best Young Actor in Television.

Since then, she has appeared in several popular productions, including the CW series Jane the Virgin, where she played young Jane; in 2018, she debuted as a witty young teenager in the second season of Netflix’s You; two years later, she was back as a sassy teen appeared on Netflix as This time as a love interest in “The Babysitter: Killer Queen”. Finally, in 2021, she came into the spotlight with a starring role in The Fallout, a drama about students’ lives after a school shooting.

For Ortega, The Fallout was a big step away from small comic roles. The film gave her the opportunity to show the range of emotions she could bring to a character on screen. The performance shows that she brings the character to life from the rawest emotion. When asked by Deadline how she prepared for his role in The Fallout, Ortega replied: “I watched videos and interviews. I also looked at photos and everything I could get my hands on to focus more on the actual events [the shooting]. And everything I thought about and processed afterwards came naturally to me. Whichever role she plays, Ortega will deliver an impressive performance that will strike a chord with audiences.

Popularity of the recent show

She appeared on the family show Wednesday before Thanksgiving and her performance was immediately hailed as ‘iconic’. On the show, Ortega performed an original Wednesday dance, which, according to Screen Rant, she has performed with Siouxsie Sioux, Bob Fosse’s Rich Man’s Frug, Lisa Loring, Lena Lovitch, Denis Lavante and archive footage of Goths dancing in 80s clubs, and the dance sequence ‘The Aloof’ from the 1969 musical Sweet Charity, choreographed by Bob Fosse, as inspiration. In just a few days, her dance became a trending song on TikTok to Lady Gaga’s ‘Bloody Mary’ – there are over 977,000 videos of the song on TikTok and Ortega’s dance has reached viral levels of popularity.


From his terrifying screams to his unforgettable performances, Ortega deserves every accolade. He will definitely leave his mark on the film industry, and as 2024 approaches, what will he do next year? He will surely mesmerize audiences with his familiarity and acting skills.Her parents enrol her in Nevermore Academy to receive psychic power training in the streaming series. She was nominated for a Golden Globe for best actress in a television comedy or musical, and she won best actress in a horror series at the Critics’ Choice Super Awards.


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