Hayley Orrantia has been contributing to the American cinema and television by acting, singing, and songwriting since she was just thirteen. This young actress was born on February 21, 1994, in Texas, USA. Orrantia has been baptized as Sarah Hayley Orrantia, but she uses Hayley Orrantia at a professional level. Primitively she is from Highland Village, Texas, and has spent her childhood in Grand Prairie, Texas.
She is inherent of Arlington and a part of Mexican descent. Orrantia started singing provisionally at a young age of thirteen for the artist, Lambert and Eastern Corbin. Not only singing. She also initiated her acting career in the following year for Julianne. She performed in national commercial for Sprint and Febreze.
She was seen playing important roles in films, Cooper and Castle Hills Gang in 2011. Both were Addy award winning films. Orrantia also starred in the 1st season of The X-Factor, USA, as a part of the country pop girl group, “Lakoda Rayne” which was headed by
Simon Cowell. Orrantia started singing at the age of nine but was introduced to professional training when was 12-years-old. She wrote her first song at the age of thirteen and recorded the first EP of cover songs when she turned 14.
The recording in “High School Musical”, Houston’s “Magic of a Friend”, for
Demi Lovato, “Camp Rock 2”, for
Miley Cyrus, “Hannah Montana Forever”, were added to her singing career. Orrantia grabbed her first role when she was just fifteen in the Sprint Collection. She was also cast in Cooper and Castle Hills Gangs which premiered at the Dallas International Film Festival. In 2013, she played a character, Eric Goldberg in the show “The Goldbergs” on ABC comedy, the role, which she is best known for.
In 2015, she featured in “God’s Not Dead 2” under the production of PURE FLIX. Orrantia also does work for charity, like song “Who am I” for National Eating Disorders Association and “Power of a girl” for the girls Scouts of America. Orrantia also supports cancer non-profits Lungevity, Susan G. Komen and Stand up to Cancer. Further, she is the ambassador for Texas Music Project, since 2007, which raises funds for music education in public.