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  • Real name : Rebecca Renee Olstead
  • Place of birth : Houston
  • Date of birth : 18/06/1989


  • Olstead Renee
  • Rebecca Reneé Olstead


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Renee Olstead (1989)

Rebecca Renee Olstead

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Rebecca Renee Olstead is an American actress and singer. Active since childhood as an actress, she is best known for her roles in the TV sitcoms Still Standing as Lauren Miller and The Secret Life of the American Teenager as Madison Cooperstein. In addition, she has recorded five studio albums, primarily of jazz music.


 early life
Olstead was born in Kingwood, Texas, to Christopher Eric Olstead and Rebecca Lynn Jeffries. Olstead is of Norwegian ancestry. As a child actress, she made films and commercials from age eight onwards. She also attended Centre Stage theatrical school and is mentioned on their website's alumni.

From 2002 to 2006, she appeared in the TV sitcom Still Standing as middle sister Lauren Miller. Olstead was presented the Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Series - Supporting Young Actress for Still Standing in 2002. She also had a small part in the 2004 film 13 Going on 30. She is currently co-starring in the ABC Family series The Secret Life of the American Teenager, about fifteen year old Amy Juergens's struggle through her unexpected pregnancy and how it affects her peers. Olstead plays the character of Madison Cooperstein, who is one of Amy's best friends.

 music career
In 2004, Olstead released an eponymous album of jazz songs and pop standards for Warner Bros. Records to good reviews: since her previous releases had had limited distribution, this album was considered her true debut. She subsequently performed in Berlin during the Live 8 concert on July 2, 2005..

Olstead also recorded with trumpeter Chris Botti on his 2005 album To Love Again: The Duets and appeared on the 2006 DVD Chris Botti Live with Orchestra and Special Guests. Her singing style is influenced by such great jazz vocalists as Ella Fitzgerald and Sarah Vaughan. Reportedly, her musical talent was discovered by composer David Foster, who produced her 2004 album. She later also performed with Foster on the Oprah Winfrey Show.

A follow-up album entitled Skylark, also produced by Foster, was originally announced for release in 2005, but it was subsequently pushed back several times, with release dates in the summer of 2006 and early 2007 being mentioned on online retailers such as It was then scheduled for a June 2008 release, but was delayed once again. It was finally released on January 27, 2009, nearly four years after it was originally announced.

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Name Duration Released
Lover Man 05:02 27/01/2009
Hit The Road Jack 03:22 27/01/2009
Midnight Man 03:02 27/01/2009
Midnight In Austin Texas 03:25 27/01/2009
Skylark 04:12 27/01/2009
Hold Me Now 04:02 27/01/2009
Thanks For The Boogie Ride 03:01 27/01/2009
When I Fall In Love 04:43 27/01/2009
Nothing But The Blame 04:11 27/01/2009
My Baby Just Cares For Me 03:03 27/01/2009
Ain't We Got Fun 02:45 27/01/2009
Stars Fell On Alabama 03:15 27/01/2009
You've Changed 03:27 27/01/2009
A Love That Will Last 03:32 25/03/2004
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do 04:11 25/03/2004
Someone to Watch Over Me 04:26 25/03/2004
Sentimental Journey 00:00 25/03/2004
Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby 03:20 25/03/2004
Midnight at the Oasis 03:21 25/03/2004
Taking a Chance on Love 03:31 25/03/2004
What a Diff'rence a Day Makes 03:27 25/03/2004
Summertime 04:12 25/03/2004
On a Slow Boat to China 03:16 25/03/2004
Sunday Kind of Love 04:34 25/03/2004
Meet Me, Midnight 02:56 25/03/2004





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