Ilette Hill is a performer and in-kind grant recipient through a grant to music producer Flowganic. She is a fourteen (14) year old who at a very young age has always shown signs of wanting to be a performer. As a singer-songwriter and actress who lived in Santa Barbara, far away from the entertainment scene, she was met with the challenge of convincing her mom, Ime, that this indeed was her true passion and she would need transportation to Los Angeles, California for auditions and classes. After two years of pleading and coercing, her mother finally agreed to drive her to school and auditions.
In 2014, she began classes at Actors Giving Back and fell in love with acting. Many people were not thrilled about her pursue of her passion, but she continued with schooling, while daring to be different. Ilette never followed mainstream trends and had an intense focus on her dream. In doing so, she became the victim/subject of bullying. The teasing turned into full brutal bullying and Ilette was tormented for all her actions. Especially, the days she had to leave early for auditions and filming projects, like Fear the Walking Dead, Justice with Judge Mablean, True Nightmares, and The Gift of Giving.
Ilette’s mom was her pillar of support and strength when the bullying was at its height throughout Junior High School. Ilette decided to join an anti-bullying campaign. During a May 3, 2015 show, she performed four of her songs and was noticed by none other than Flow who is the producer of the Longs Media International. After four months, Jovan Armand introduced Flow to Ilette and they started working together. Ilette career started to materialized and her dreams were finally coming true.