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Born on April 10th, 2002 in Fenton, Michigan, Ava Michelle Cota is an American actress, dancer, singer, and model. Michelle attended JC’s Broadway Dance Academy which was owned by Jeanette her mother.
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The dancer is well trained in pointe, jazz, tap dance, and contemporary ballet. She made her debut on the New York Fashion Week runway in 2017 and launched her social media campaign known as #13Reasons4Me. Her campaign encourages people to outline thirteen things they adore about their lives.
The social media star is popular for her role in the Netflix comedy Tall Girl where she was known as Jodi Kreyman. Michelle is also popular for her participation in the third to seventh seasons of Dance Moms. She was also a member of the Select Ensemble team in season four for only a short period.
Ava Michelle first came into the limelight in 2013 when she appeared on the television series Dance Moms. She was a regular on the series for four years before touring the United States with other former stars in 2018. While on the television series, she also made an appearance in the first episode of So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation in 2016. She was subsequently let loose due to her height.
The star appeared in several short movies in 2018 and also appeared in two episodes of The Bold and the Beautiful. Her first major role in acting however came when she played the lead role in the Netflix film Tall Girl in 2019.
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Her Net Worth
Ava Michelle has continued to impress with her numbers over the years. The star has garnered over 1.6 million followers on Instagram, 2.3 million followers on TikTok, and 141,000 subscribers on YouTube. As of April 2021, her net worth is estimated at $1 million.
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