Actress hoping for role in movie sequel
A Beverley film star has yet to be approached for a starring role in the next High School Musical film, according to her dad.
Jemma McKenzie-Brown, 14, starred in the third film and reports in the national press suggest she is set for an even bigger part in the fourth film.
But dad Carl insists there hasn't even been confirmation about the fourth film.
He said: "There is nothing definite confirmed, but she is certainly being considered for any fourth film.
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"No one has actually said to us they are even making a High School Musical 4, but we would be very happy if Jemma did get the part."
Jemma is currently busy promoting the DVD for High School Musical 3: Senior Year, which was released yesterday.
Mr McKenzie-Brown said: "She is doing a lot to promote the DVD and also has some other auditions.
Jemma appeared on the Basil Brush Show at the weekend and was on BBC Breakfast News yesterday.
She has also been invited to a dance festival in Italy on Wednesday.
Jemma beat 600 others to play Tiara Gold in High School Musical 3 – the first British star to enter fictional school East High.
Jemma went to school in Hull and started dancing at the Pamela Gray Dancing Academy in Anlaby Road, west Hull, before persuading her parents to let her go to London's world-famous Sylvia Young stage school, which has produced stars like Billie Piper, Leona Lewis and Amy Winehouse.