• Canadian actress Kiana Madeira has been in showbiz for over a decade
• She is known for roles in Netflix horror movie series “Fear Street”, and teen drama series “Trinkets”
• She is engaged to Canadian producer, writer and actor Lovell Adams-Gray
• Kiana has a net worth of around $1.5 million
• Lovell Adams-Gray has a net worth of around $2 million
The Canadian actress Kiana Madeira has been in the showbiz industry for over a decade now, perhaps best known for her roles in the Netflix horror movie series “Fear Street”, and the teen drama series “Trinkets.”
Age, Early Life, and Education Background
Kiana Alexa Madeira was born under the Scorpio zodiac sign on 4 November 1992, in Toronto, Ontario, and is 30-years-old as of 2022. Her mother is of Black Canadian and First Nations ancestry, while her father is Portuguese – she hasn’t revealed their names. She was raised in Mississauga, Ontario, together with her older brother, the musician Nekane Madeira, and a younger sister named Kyla. She developed an interest in acting after she watched the 1978 John Travolta-starring romantic musical film “Grease.” Her parents were very supportive of her acting interests, and ensured that she attended acting schools at an early age, to hone her skills. Kiana follows the Christianity religion.
Kiana has remained tight-lipped about her academic qualifications. It’s widely believed that she did not attend college after she matriculated from high school, instead beginning her career.
Hobbies and Favorite Things
Kiana is a big fan of traveling, and has toured many US states, and other international destinations such as Argentina and Malta. Disneyland is her favorite holiday destination.
She is physically active, and loves dancing, rollerblading, bike riding, and hitting the gym. She is also a big fan of yoga and meditation.
Her best-loved actors are John Travolta and Emily Blunt. She enjoys acting because it helps her express raw emotions that are inappropriate in real life circumstances, and is fascinated by learning about the character she is cast to portray. She revealed during a previous interview that she has a habit of writing down her feelings because it is cathartic and therapeutic.
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Kiana is managed by the Canadian agency, Ambition Talent.
She uses her Instagram to promote her brother’s music.
The “Trinkets” starlet enjoys reading books, and is fond of sharing the names of the books she is reading with her social media followers; she recently finished reading the book “The Gift of Self-Love” by Mary Jelkovsky.
She is also keen on fighting racism, using her social media platforms.
Madeira started acting when she was five, and signed her first contract with an acting agent when she turned 10. She landed her first TV role as Halaqa Teen in the episode “Best Intentions” of the Canadian CBC sitcom “Little Mosque on the Prairie” in 2007. In 2010, she was cast in the Jennifer Stone-starring TV film “Harriet the Spy: Blog Wars.” She rose to prominence between 2011 and 2013, when she was selected to star as Julia Wilson in the Canadian teen sitcom “Really Me.” The show aired on Family Channel and starred Sydney Imbeau, Heather Hanson and Wesley Morgan.
In 2016, Kiana voiced Stacey in the action-adventure video game “Watch Dog 2,” which was composed by Hudson Mohawke and was published by Ubisoft. That year, she was seen in several other projects, including “The Other Kingdom,” in which she played Mindy in the episode “The New Kid.” The Thomas W. Lynch’s Nickelodeon fantasy sitcom starred Celina Martin, Esther Zyskind,and Callan Porter, and won a Young Entertainer Award in 2017, in addition to receiving a Joey Award nomination. In the same year, she appeared in the TV films “The Swap” and “The Night Before Halloween” before guest-starring as Lyra in a 2017 episode of the space opera “Dark Matter” – which received 10 award nominations including a Canadian Screen Awards – and two episodes of the NYC Web Fest Award-winning comedy “Barbelle” as Brooklyn in 2018.
In 2019 and 2020, Kiana starred as Moe Truax in the Netflix teen drama “Trinkets”, sharing the screen with Quintessa Swindell, Kat Cunning and Briana Cunning. The Daytime Emmy Award-winning show is based on an eponymous novel written by Kristen Smith in 2013.
She recently appeared in two episodes of the police procedural drama “Coroner” in 2019, all three installments of the 2021 supernatural horror movie “Fear Street” (as Deena), and the film “After Ever Happy” in 2022.
Kiana has been cast to play Sienna Lane in the upcoming film “Perfect Addiction.”
Kiana is active on Instagram – @kianamadeira – with over 1.1 million followers. She has populated her account with behind-the-scenes moments, glam pictures from press events, as well as her photos together with her boyfriend, Lovell. She is followed by over 11,000 fans on Facebook, and is also active on TikTok.
Madeira has been in a romantic relationship with the Canadian producer, writer and actor Lovell Adams-Gray, since 2017. The duo announced their engagement on their respective social media accounts in February 2020. They enjoy attending celebrity events together, such as Red-Carpet Fashion Week in Toronto, and also like sharing their photos celebrating their relationship on social media.
Height, Weight, and Physical Appearance
Madeira has a slender physique, weighs approximately 112lbs (51kgs), is 5ft 5ins (1.65m) tall, with vital statistics of 32B-24-32; she wears a shoe size 6.5 (US). She is of Caucasian ethnicity, has dark brown hair, and a set of dark brown eyes.
Madeira has now made a name for herself at a young age and has accumulated modest wealth from her acting endeavors. She also served as the ambassador of Verve, which increased her wealth. According to authoritative sources, her net worth is approximately $1.5 million as of 2022.
Who Is Kiana’s Fiancé, Lovell Adams-Gray?
Lovell was born on 3 February 1992 (30 years old) in Toronto, the son of Tanya Gray, who is of Guyanese-Maltese ancestry, and a Jamaican father – his brother is named Lovon Gray. He attended Humber college to study TV and film acting, and also sharpened his acting skills at the Canadian Film Center (CFC).
Madeira’s fiancé made his TV debut in the mystery show “Warehouse” in 2014, then went on to appear in the TV show “Millions”, and in the comedy-drama movie “Len and Company” in 2015. His role as Tully in “Lost & Found Music Studios” saw him rising to prominence in 2016 – he appeared alongside Alex Zaichkowski, Shane Harte, and Sarah Carmosino. He next starred as Peter in eight episodes of the anthology horror series “Slasher” also in 2016. In 2019 and 2020, he portrayed Dr. Dwane Allen in nine episodes of the drama “Coroner.”
Lovell has been playing the starring role of Dru Tejeda in Courtney A. Kemp’s drama, “Power Book III: Ghost” since 2020, and he has become very popular all over the world for this role. He has accumulated a net worth of around $2 million from his acting career.