Singer, songwriter, and actress Kira Kosarin, who is best known for her role as Phoebe Thunderman from the hit Nickelodeon TV show The Thundermans, shares with us everything from her early years of inspiration to her future aspirations. We are overjoyed to dive in-depth on what comes together to make Kira Kosarin her, sneak peaks at what awaits, and everything in between.


QP: Growing up, what were your original aspirations before you made it big on Nickelodeon?


KS: Believe it or not, my biggest, wildest dream as a kid was to be on a Nickelodeon show. I remember thinking that around 10 years old for the first time, and it still blows my mind sometimes that 5 years later it actually happened.


QP: How did your parent’s legacy in Broadway influence you to pursue the theatrical arts?


KS: Hugely. They never ever pushed me into the industry, but growing up in around theater and music and dancing allowed me to develop this immense passion for performing when I was very little. My whole childhood and adolescence, my dad would play the piano in the living room and my mom would sing, and I would join in in harmony. Performing was our thing, and it always just felt like home. 




Madison is one these few and rare characters who despite the fact of being SUPER busy, does not feel the need to express that to others, and, in exchange, is always showing a gorgeous smile and just looking to have fun and enjoy.


He is currently being featured on season 9 of Bravo TV’s hit Million Dollar Listing, and has just returned from one of his dream vacations: hiking one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the world, Mount Kilimanjaro.



We all know Madison Hildebrand from some time now: a successful entrepreneur, the nicest real estate agent you could find in LA,….everybody loves Madison. But how would you describe yourself as a youngster, in high school, for example? Were you one of the popular guys? Did you start developing your social skills by that time?


A lot of my social skills were developed because my family moved across states back and forth. I moved to seven major cities across five states. Therefore, I had to learn how to make friends pretty quickly because no one likes to eat at the lunch table by himself. Yes, it is in my personality to connect with people and make them feel good about themselves. That is just who I am. I do not have a lens that is able to see people or things as a pessimist. Everything is an opportunity and everybody gets the benefit of the doubt.


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