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She is known for being the lead singer and frontwoman of the American rock band The Pretty Reckless. Although, she says now that she is older she is not a religious person.She is also known for portraying the character of Jenny Humphrey on the CW teen drama series Gossip Girl (2007–2012) and Cindy Lou Who in the film Dr. She studied dance at the Center of Creative Arts in St. Momsen was signed with Ford Models at a very young age: "My parents signed me up with Ford [Modeling] at the age of 2. I was working constantly and I didn’t have a real life." She began acting professionally at three years of age in a 1997 national commercial for Shake 'n Bake. Momsen is included on the list of Unclaimed Coogan accounts for performing children whose partial childhood earnings are mandated to be put in a special fund but who have yet to claim their earnings.And I was like “Dude, you just took out nine guys, I’ll sign something.” ROP: Where have you guys played in Philly before? Taylor Michel Momsen (born July 26, 1993) is an American singer, songwriter, former actress, and model. Her parents are Michael and Collette Momsen and she has a younger sister, Sloane Momsen, who is also an actress. She was raised Roman Catholic and attended Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School for elementary school and later Herbert Hoover Middle School in Potomac, Maryland.In 2007 she starred in the Walt Disney Pictures film Underdog, as Molly and as Jennifer in the movie Paranoid Park, directed by Gus Van Sant.Beginning in 2007, she played the character of Jenny Humphrey in The CW television series Gossip Girl, which is based on the book series by Cecily von Ziegesar.Mark and Jamie were playing in a band together at the time and I essentially stole their band, called it a new band, and made a new record and became The Pretty Reckless. That’s how Warped Tour is, you don’t know what time you’re playing until the day of the show.ROP: Taylor, you first got noticed as an actress and the trajectory usually for actors/actresses going in the music industry is straight to pop. There were days where I just literally sing on stage in my pajamas.
ROP: Your new album has a lot of religious references. I think some people are taking it a little too literally. I grew up Catholic so, it’s also a part of my vernacular so it comes out.Fans ranging from young children to older rock and roll veterans lined up hours before the show to guarantee the best spot in the house.Rock On Philly had the chance to check up with lead vocal and rock goddess Taylor Momsen and bassist Mark Damon after TPR’s sound check to get to know the band a little better.“Heaven Knows” was greeted by strong approval with fists in the air.At the end of the show, Momsen announced “ladies and gentlemen, we are going to Hell.” The crowd roared on, and from there they went straight into “Going To Hell” for a strong finish.