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Denyse Tontz

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Genres  Acoustic music, Pop music
Associated acts  Thomas Hrvatin
Labels  GoldVE Entertainment
Education  Olympian High School
Years active  2006–present
Name  Denyse Tontz

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Born  September 17, 1994 (age 21) San Diego, California, U.S. (1994-09-17)
Occupation(s)  singer-songwriter, Actress, dancer, voice artist
Role  Singer-songwriter ·
Awards  Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Song for a Drama Series
Movies and TV shows  Big Time Rush, Dog with a Blog, The Perfect Sleep, The Last Day of Summer
Similar People  Bianca A Santos, Kelli Goss, Savannah Jayde, Alexandra Shipp, Kayla Maisonet

Instruments  Piano, Guitar, Vocals
Siblings  Nicole Tontz, Tommy Tontz

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Denyse Tontz (born September 17, 1994) is an American actress, singer, and songwriter. Tontz is best known for her roles as Cortney Strathmore on Freeform's The Fosters, Miranda Montgomery on All My Children, and most recently Elena on the 2017 SyFy series Incorporated. She is perhaps best known in the music world for her single, "United States of Anxiety", debuted in 2016 by


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Personal life

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Tontz has a younger sister, Nicole, and a younger brother, Tommy.


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Before she began her acting career, Tontz was a child model and the face of Barbie couture in the UK. Tontz made her first appearance on television, appearing on the show E-Ring as Princess Gabrielle. In 2007, she portrayed Alice Keefe in the Nickelodeon movie The Last Day of Summer. In 2008, she was cast as Meagan Todd in the movie Dog Gone along with Luke Benward and French Stewart. Tontz began recurring on Big Time Rush in 2009 playing the role of Jennifer Woods. Tontz revealed on August 6, 2012, that Nickelodeon had renewed Big Time Rush for a 13-episode fourth season, a development that was later independently confirmed.

In November 2012 Tontz appeared on the Disney Channel sitcom Dog with a Blog, playing Avery's Central American neighbor and Tyler's crush, Nikki. Nikki is sweet and talented but also initially quite naïve, and her pomeranian Evita becomes the object of Stan's affection. It was later announced that Tontz's character would begin to be recurring.

In early 2013 it was revealed that Tontz would be playing Miranda Montgomery in daytime drama All My Children. The first appearance of Tontz as Miranda Montgomery was on the April 29, 2013 premiere episode of All My Children. On November 11, 2013, it was announced that Prospect Park had closed production and canceled the series again. Tontz later stated that although she had fun, soaps were just not her cup of tea.

In July of 2015, Deadline announced that Tontz was cast as a series regular in the USA pilot, Paradise Pictures, written and executive produced by Suits scribe Rick Muirragui and executive produced by Suits creator/executive producer Aaron Korsh. The show was a period drama revolving around ambitious people striving to get to the top in 1940s Hollywood, and Tontz played a bright-eyed aspiring actress named Luciana from Marfa, Texas. The show did not go to series.

In 2016, it was announced that Tontz would join Matt Damon and Ben Affleck's SyFy thriller, Incorporated, as a series regular, alongside Sean Teale, Allison Miller, Dennis Haysbert and Julia Ormond. Tontz plays Elena, the love of Ben Larson's (Teale) life, who is forced to sell herself into servitude in order to pay off her family's debts. Created by David and Alex Pastor, the show is set in a distant future where corporations have unlimited power.


In 2012, Tontz released the video for her first single, "Better Than Nothing" featuring Thomas Hrvatin, via YouTube. Shot on an iPhone 4S, the song features Tontz's quirky, playful style of writing. "Better Than Nothing" was also featured on the March 24, 2013 episode of The Mentalist.

In June 2014 Tontz won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Song for a Drama Series for "Parachute", an original song she wrote for All My Children.

She released her track "Why" on May 5, 2015, her song and video "Go", on July 4, 2015, and most recently "United States of Anxiety", on July 22, 2016.


  • "Better Than Nothing" (feat. Thomas Hrvatin)
  • "Use It"
  • "Mr. Hipster"
  • "Why" (track only)
  • "Go"
  • References

    Denyse Tontz Wikipedia