Multi-Hyphenate Artist and Host of “Simplexity” Podcast
Alyson Stoner is a multi-hyphenate artist known for her work in television/film, dance, music and digital content. Her career began at six years old as a dynamic dancer in music videos for various Billboard chart toppers, including Missy Elliott’s “Work It.” Followed by multiple Blockbuster franchise films including Step Up and Cheaper by the Dozen. Today, she focuses on creating content that provokes thought and inspires viewers. Her short form series ALchemy centers on mental health and airs weekly on her YouTube channel, along with her podcast Simplexity, which aims to simplify the complexities of life through interviews with experts across fields. She recently reunited with Missy to perform at the 2019 VMAs – within minutes of dancing across the stage Alyson rose to the #5 trending topic in the US, she followed up her performance with an essay in Rolling Stone and an appearance on the season premiere of Ellen. In 2018, Alyson stepped back into the spotlight with the release of her single, “When It’s Right,” which discusses her sexuality publicly for the first time and shares her journey of falling in love with a woman for the first time. Alyson shared this story in a personal essay released with TeenVogue.