Meet the multi-talented Montana Jacobowitz. Jacobowitz is truly a rising star to put on your watchlist. At only nineteen-years-old, she’s an actress, singer-songwriter, musician, dancer, influencer, and advocate.
Born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, Montana Jacobowitz, in addition to her busy entertainment schedule, always makes it a priority to find time to help others. Sometimes, by even combining the two.
Jacobowitz makes it her mission to bring attention to homelessness, education issues, bullying, abuse, climate change, and many other trending social issues.
“When I was about 6 years old, my brothers and I started an organization called, Children’s Voice,” the young star said in an interview with YV Hip Hop Magazine. “[Children’s Voice encourages] people to help out in their town and advocate for social change, such as, homelessness, poverty, education, etc. My dream is to become a UN Goodwill Ambassador.”
Jacobowitz is well on her way to realizing her dream as she was noticed for her amazing work at the Global Youth Awards in Los Angeles in 2019 as a finalist. The talented young rising star was also nominated by the Young Artist Awards for Outstanding Influencer.
As a singer-songwriter and musician, this incredible rising star has opened for notable actors and musicians such as Jeffrey Osborne, Jaleel White aka Steve Urkel, (Family Matters), and Sawyer Frederick (The Voice Season 8 Winner), just to name a few. Currently Montana has written four original songs called, “Let Me In,” “Ask Me Why I Cry,” “Reckless,” and “The Things I’ve Done,” which can be heard on all music platforms.
In terms of her acting career, Jacobowitz’s resume is a long one and is constantly increasing. Some of her acting credits include Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life, based on the James Patterson book series, 2Real4U (Amazon Prime & TV series), Teenage Critic (PBS TV Show), etc.
Did we mention that she is a playwright too? One of her most memorable plays that has written was at the age of seven-years-old about her brother Arizona who is autistic. The play became a school sensation and can be seen on YouTube, under “My Brother Arizona.”
It is obvious that Montana Jacobowitz is one person that you must follow on social media. We have a feeling that her journey has just begun. We cannot wait to see where the future leads this truly talented young entertainer!