Janelle's career began at the early age of 5 when she got up on top of her grandmother's coffee table, and started belting Britney Spears to her family. Since then, she has wanted nothing more than to be on stage for the rest of her life. A few years later, Janelle stumbled upon her local dance studio where she learned ballet, jazz, contemporary and hip hop. For 10 years she danced with them, performing, competing, and taking classes nationwide. When she got to high school, the stage was already a familiar place but she discovered a new passion for theatre. Her high school career was nothing but juggling plays, musicals, dance concerts, dance classes, teaching dance, acting classes, voice lessons, and singing for her church. All that hard work and passion lead to where she is now. Shortly after graduating, Janelle booked with Gray Talent and her first professional show, Miss Saigon at The Paramount Theatre. She got her first experience on set for the feaure film Double Yellow Lines and her first voice-over. She was most recently seen in The King And I at The Marriott Theatre. Check her out this summer in Light Opera Works' South Pacific.