Birgundi Baker is an American actress who made her first big break in television when she was cast for the role of Sydney in the ABC Family series “Switched at Birth.” She is currently 19 years old and was born October 4, 1998 in Los Angeles, California.

Baker first appeared on screen in an episode of “Boston Legal” when she guest starred in a 2008 episode as Isabel Mahoney. She then had small roles in “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Criminal Minds” in 2009 and 2010. She was cast as Olivia Sylvester in an episode of Nickelodeon show “True Jackson, VP” which aired in 2011 before her starring role in “Switched at Birth” in 2011. Since then she has also guest starred in “The Fosters” and “Girl Meets World” in 2014 and in 2015 listed being part of the cast of the Hallmark film “Christmasland”.

She also attended the Viewfinders International Film Festival Awards Ceremony in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada in 2014.

Birgundi Baker’s performances have captivated many young viewers around the world and readers of her age are sure to be inspired by her success.

Birgundi Baker: One of Hollywood’s Rising Stars 

Birgundi Baker is quickly emerging as one of Hollywood’s most promising new stars. The 22-year-old actress has already appeared in a string of hit films and is now proving that she has both talent and potential. 

Baker first burst onto the scene with a role in the 2016 romantic drama, Everybody Wants Some. She has since gone on to star in acclaimed films such as The Hate U Give and Poms. Her performance in Poms earned her rave reviews from critics and earned her a Teen Choice Award nomination for Choice Movie Actress. She also recently starred in the new Netflix series Away and the musical drama feature Sure Fire, which won the Grand Jury Award at the 2019 SXSW Film Festival.

Offscreen, Baker is quickly becoming a major force in the entertainment industry. In 2018, she was named one of Marie Claire magazine’s “Fresh Faces to Watch.” She also appears in a variety of campaigns and magazines, and recently starred in a music video for the new artist Brett Maverick. 

It looks like Baker is only just beginning to make a name for herself in Hollywood. With her increasing success and unique talent, she is sure to become one of the most successful and talked-  about actresses in the industry. We can’t wait to see what she does next!

 Birgundi Baker: Inspiring Generations of Actors

Birgundi Baker is an inspiring figure for generations of actors. She is a multi-hyphenate artist, who has had success in acting, producing, writing, and directing. She is well known for her roles in films and television, such as This Is Us, Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit, and Set It Off, among many others. Not only has she achieved tremendous success in her acting career, but she is also an incredible mentor for aspiring actors.

Throughout her career, Baker has been passionate about making sure that all actors have a space to express themselves and to share their stories. She has pushed for more responsibilities and roles for actors of color, and continues to do so. Additionally, Baker has created other avenues outside of acting to take her acting career further. She has worked on projects with diverse, queer, and marginalized voices, such as Black Girls Rock, The Empowerment Network, and For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf.

Baker mentors young actors, often through her self-founded mentorship program, The P.R.O.M.I.S.E. Another way she fosters growth in aspiring actors is through acting workshops. She places an  emphasis learning the craft and understanding the range of the acting, as well as teaching life skills, such as how to create a business plan or how to market yourself as an individual actor.

Birgundi Baker’s work has been essential for bringing visibility to actors and for creating an environment where actors can reach their full potential. Baker’s influence in the acting world has enabled future generations of actors to aims and dreams. She continues to be an inspiring example that proves that hard work, dedication, and perseverance can pay off.