Momona Tamada
Actor, Dancer
“My favorite of the bunch is Momona Tamada as Claudia… Tamada is a delight as Claudia, witty and warm and adept at creating a credible bond between Claudia and the other girls.”
– Richard Lawson, Vanity Fair

From appearing in one of Netflix’s most successful global film franchise to date, to bringing charming and heartfelt characters to life on screen, actress on the rise Momona Tamada has quickly become “one to watch” in the entertainment industry this year.

In 2020 Momona can be seen starring in Netflix’s highly anticipated series “The Baby-Sitters Club.” Based on Ann M. Martin’s beloved books, the series follows a group of girlfriends and their homegrown babysitting series. Momona shines as Claudia Kishi, the vice-president of The Baby-Sitters Club and an all-around fashion maven. The series premiered on July 3, 2020 to rave reviews.

Momona burst onto the scene in early 2020, appearing as a young Lara Jean (Lana Condor) in Netflix’s global sensation “To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You.” She is set to reprise her role in the third film, “To All The Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean.” Additional credits for Momona include a lead role in Netflix’s family film “The Main Event,” AMC’s award-winning series “The Terror,” and Amazon’s “The Boys.”

Raised in Vancouver, Canada, Momona was born to Japanese immigrant parents. Her name aptly means ‘hundreds of beaches,’ inspired by her hometown of Vancouver. Aside from acting, Momona is an award-winning dancer and has been competing since the age of four. She has performed in the B.C. Summer Games Opening Ceremonies, and with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Commercially, Momona has modeled in the ivivva campaign for Canadian powerhouse athletic wear brand lululemon.

Momona is fluent in Japanese and is a well-balanced student achieving excellence in all of her studies. In her free time, Momona is an avid baker and cake decorator.