Sabrina Bryan: A Cheetah Girls Star
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Sabrina Bryan was one of the original Cheetah Girls. Named Reba Sabrina Hinojos when she was born September 16, 1984, she is an American singer, actress, author, songwriter, dancer and fashion designer.
In August 2003, Bryan starred as Dorinda in the original Disney Channel movie "The Cheetah Girls," which broke ratings records as the most popular Disney Channel movie in history. The accompanying soundtrack sold two million copies and went double platinum.
In 2005, the Cheetah Girls released their first album, "Cheetah-licious Christmas," and toured the United States to promote the album.
The Disney Channel sequel, "The Cheetah Girls 2," was released in August 2006, breaking additional movie-rating records and beating premiere ratings of "High School Musical." The sequel's soundtrack and national tour were also wildly successful.
In September 2007, the Cheetah Girls released their official debut studio album, "TCG."
"The Cheetah Girls: One World," a third Disney Channel movie, came out in August 2008. The group's One World tour lasted from October 2008 to December 2008. Shortly after the tour, the Cheetah Girls disbanded so that the girls could pursue solo projects.
Bryan is also known for her appearance on the fifth season of "Dancing With the Stars." She and Mark Ballas, her dancing partner, were favored to win. However, the romantically linked couple was voted off the show in week six. She performed with the "Dancing with the Stars" U.S. tour in 2007.
Sabrina Bryan has also released an exercise DVD, "Byou," and is a Healthy Kids Challenge spokesperson. In November 2009, she was working with Kiely Williams, another former Cheetah Girl, on a talk show which has been described as "The View" for young people.
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