Smart, funny, and totally in tune with fashion, True Jackson is ready to take on the world! Her sense of style landed her the opportunity of a lifetime working for Mad Style, but her hard work and positive attitude are the real keys to her success. Above all, True is a loyal friend who can find the good in almost anyone. But True's no Pollyanna, and this girl is not afraid to voice her opinion. If she catches you smack talking, she'll be sure to put you in your place!
Fifteen-year-old Keke Palmer began her career at age 9, with a small role in the feature film "Barbershop 2 Back in Business," opposite Queen Latifah. That role led to appearances on several acclaimed TV dramas and in the Emmy nominated made for TV movie, "The Wool Cap," for which she won an NAACP Image Award as well as a Screen Actors Guild nomination in the Best Leading Actress category, which made her the youngest actor to ever be nominated by the Guild in a Lead Actor category. Keke's breakthrough performance was starring as the title character in the hit "Akeelah and the Bee," opposite Laurence Fishburne and Angela Bassett, for which she won her second NAACP Image Award, along with nominations for Most Promising Newcomer by the Chicago Film Critics and Best Young Actress by the Broadcast Film Critics Association. Here recent big screen projects include "The Longshots" opposite Ice Cube and "The Cleaner" opposite Sam Jackson and Eva Mendes.
On the small screen, Palmer played a lead role in the Disney Channel original movie "Jump In!" in January 2007 and sang two songs on the movie's soundtrack, which remained in the top 10 for over a month. In 2007 Palmer also released her debut pop/R&B album "So Uncool," embarked on a 12 city tour with the WNBA and headlined Disney's 2007 Jingle Jam concert tour.
With her passion for fashion, True Jackson gets the chance of a lifetime when she's hired as the vice president for a major clothing label. The only problem? Her new coworkers aren't too thrilled to have a 15-year-old as their boss.