Miranda May may have graduated from high school, but she never graduated camp. Or at least that is the role she plays in the sitcom series, Bunk’d. The enthusiastic actress behind the equally enthusiastic Lou Hockhauser, Miranda can be seen on the latest season of Bunk’d as the new head counselor of Cabin Woodchuck. One of the earliest and regular cast member of the series, Miranda’s work in Bunk’d, has received praise from fans and critics alike. As someone who has been involved in the entertainment industry from a young age, Miranda knows ins and outs of the business. In this article, we will take a closer look at the wiki-bio of Miranda May.
Miranda May was born on the 6th of April 1996, in Bowling Green, Ohio. Born and raised alongside her three older siblings, Miranda never went to school and was homeschooled by her parents. Being homeschooled allowed Miranda to explore her creative side from a young age and she began her career from the age of 8.
Miranda began her career in the entertainment industry ever since she was 8-years of age. Her family moved to Los Angeles to support her acting career, when she was 10-years of age. Her debut movie appearances came in the 2007 movie, The Heartbreak Kid. She starred alongside Ben Stiller, Malin Ackerman, and Michelle Monaghan. In 2008, Miranda was cast on Tom and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, which was followed by her first TV appearance in, ER. Miranda also starred in Lower Learning the same year. 2009 was a dry patch for Miranda, who made an appearance in a single movie, Samantha Who? Since then, Miranda has starred in a few movies and TV series including, The Perfect Gentleman, Dog Gone Missing, and Scream Sherry.
The big break:
2015 proved to be the perfect year for Miranda who was cast on the TV series, Liv and Maddie. She played the role of Lacey and was praised for her role. In the same year, Miranda was asked to feature on another TV series, Bunk’d. Even though the series began as a spinoff of Jessie, it made its own identity with a few seasons. The series revolves around the happenings in Camp Kikiwaka and was renewed for a fifth season in 2020.
Early Struggles and Mentor figure:
When she first entered the entertainment business, Miranda revealed that she was often teased for having fuller lips. But with the pout making a comeback, girls are paying a massive amount of money to have fuller lips. Seeing the irony, Miranda took to Instagram to express her views on the trend. The caption read,
“I used to get picked on for having naturally fuller lips…now people are paying thousands of dollars for them. Funny how life works,” Miranda wrote. “You never know what the next ‘trend’ is gonna be. Love who you are and flaunt what your momma gave ya.”
One of the older heads around the Bunk’d cast, Miranda revealed that the younger actors often come up to her for advice both on-screen and off-screen. The TV star is glad to be of help and is not looking to relinquish her role as a mentor anytime soon.
Miranda May has remained tight-lipped regarding her personal affairs and relationships. The Bunk’D star is not known to be dating anyone as of 2020. Miranda is active on social media and regularly updates her followers however she is adamant to share or give any clue if she has a boyfriend.