The Nickelodeon series The Troop, the Amazon Studios series Red Oaks, and the MTV series Teen Wolf all featured American actress Gage Golightly in the roles of Hayley Steele, Karen, and Erica Reyes, respectively.
Gage Golightly: Early Life, Age, Wiki, Parents, Ethnicity
The youngest of four children, Gage Golightly was born on September 5, 1993, in Penn Valley, California (one sister and two brothers). Her parents are a nurse and a doctor, respectively. In La Caada Flintridge, California, she attended Laurel Hall Middle School and Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy for her education.
Gage is a tall man, standing at 5 feet 8 inches (1.73 meters).
Director, editor, and music producer Jason Christopher Mayer and Gage are presently dating. Since July 2019, the couple has shared photos of their relationship on Instagram.
Gage was previously thought to be dating actor Colton Haynes, but none of them verified the reports. In addition, she dated musician James Maslow in 2011, according to Healthy Celeb, from February 2011 to November 2011.
TV shows and movies
Gage made the decision to become an actor when she was eight years old, and a year later, her goal came true when she was cast in the 2002 films Speakeasy and The Long Shot. She co-starred as Jesse Neumeyer in the science fiction miniseries Five Days to Midnight after a while.
Following her performance in the TNT series Heartland, she was given the opportunity to play Vanessa in the Disney Channel comedy The Suit Lie of Zack & Cody in 2006. Similarly to this, she portrayed Karen Jackson in the television film Growing Up Normal, Annie in the show Big Time Rush, and Tessa Banner in the show Ringer in 2011.
She also worked on the horror thriller Backmask (later renamed Exeter) from 2011 to 2012, and in 2013 Gage made an appearance in the film Gone Missing as Matty and Krista in the TV movie Company Town. She portrayed Karen in the television series Red Oaks from 2014 to 2017. She received an offer for two shows, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Ten Days in the Valley, not long after the first one was over.
The 2020 season of Gage’s TV show 68 Whiskey, in which she portrayed Grace Durkin, has just begun airing.