About Me!

Kaelin LaNae Holdaway
Music Obsessive
Disney Geek


My dad in the military + me being homeschooled + my family's love for travel = me being able to visit 27 countries all before I was 12! I've moved about 6 times in my life and there have always been plenty of adventures. 

Oklahoma (rocking the bandana look)
California (can you tell who my favorite cast member is?) 
Norway (Oslo) 
Paris (at the Louvre) 


I've been involved with theatre since I was 6 years old. I love dressing up and acting and everything that goes along with it. I've been in about 20 theatrical productions in my life. I think that drama and theatre have really helped me with my people skills and my personality! I've been everything from a cat to a little boy (yes, I really did cut my hair) to a cow and a dog; I'm always itching for another opportunity to get back on stage. 


Music is definitely my passion. More specifically, I love the choral realm of music. I have been singing in choirs since I was 12 years old and I don't want to stop. I want to major in Music Education with a Choral emphasis and my tip top goal is to sing in the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. 

BYU Women's Chorus

High School Choir

Chamber Choir

South Bay Children's Choir 

My Church and Religion 

I'm a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I've grown up in this church and I could never imagine my life without it. I'm about to serve a mission for 18 months in South Korea. I am leaving social networks, all kinds of media, and my friends and family to preach the gospel and serve others for a year and a half. Yes, I paid my own way (with tons of help from family). 

There are currently 80,000 18 and 19 year olds willing to sacrifice so much to serve missions for the Mormon church and I'm proud to be a part of that number. You may think it's crazy, but I wouldn't do this at all if I didn't believe in it whole-heartedly. 

Find out more about LDS Missionary Work at: http://www.mormon.org/values/missionary-work

Learn more about the Mormon faith at: Mormon.org

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