Addison Rae Easterling, known professionally as Addison Rae, is a multi-talented American social media star, dancer, actress, and singer. Born on October 6, 2000, in Lafayette, Louisiana, Rae has become a prominent figure in the digital era, particularly known for her rise to fame on the video-sharing app TikTok. As of January 2024, she is 23 years old and stands at 5 feet 4 inches tall. Rae's journey to stardom began with her engaging content on TikTok, where she amassed over 88 million followers, making her one of the most-followed individuals on the platform. Her content, predominantly featuring dance and lip-sync videos, resonated with a massive audience, catapulting her to internet fame. Her foray into the entertainment industry expanded beyond social media. Rae made her acting debut in the film "He's All That," a 2021 remake of the 1999 teen comedy "She's All That." The film, despite receiving mixed reviews, highlighted Rae's potential in acting. Critics noted her natural ease and charm, particularly in comedic and dance scenes, although they pointed out areas for growth in more emotionally demanding roles. Following "He's All That," Rae's acting career continued to develop. She joined the cast of the movie "Fashionista," produced by Paramount, with details still under wraps as of early 2022. Additionally, she appeared in Eli Roth's film "Thanksgiving," released in 2023, which received favorable reviews and acknowledged her growth as an actress. Rae is also set to co-star with Ryan Reynolds in the live-action hybrid movie "Animal Friends," scheduled for release in 2024. Rae's personal life has garnered public interest as well. In October 2020, she confirmed her relationship with fellow TikToker Bryce Hall, though they parted ways the following year. As of June 2021, Rae was in a relationship with Omer Fedi, a Los Angeles-based producer and musician. Beyond acting, Rae has made significant strides in her music career. She released an extended play in August 2023, which charted on US Heat. Her single "Obsessed" in 2021 enjoyed commercial success, along with other charted songs like "I Got It Bad" and "2 Die 4," featuring Charli XCX. Rae's influence extends to brand endorsements and collaborations. Forbes reported in August 2020 that she was the highest-earning TikTok star at the time, having earned $5 million from endorsement deals and merchandise. She has worked with notable brands such as Reebok, L'Oréal, Hollister, and American Eagle. Despite her success, Rae faced controversy in August 2022 for a social media post that some Christians found offensive. She has since removed the post. Rae's educational background includes attending Louisiana State University and the University of New Orleans. Raised in a Christian family, she is the daughter of Monty Lopez and Sheri Easterling and has two brothers, Enzo and Lucas Lopez. Addison Rae's rise to fame is a testament to the power of social media in shaping careers in the digital age. Her transition from an internet sensation to a multifaceted artist in music and film demonstrates her versatility and appeal to a broad audience.