The Pittsburgh native began her career in front of the cameras at the age of nine, modeling for local and national talent agencies. It's been a steady, accomplished rise ever since. At 13, she wrote a tribute to the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. called In My Dreams, which continues to be featured at MLK events nationwide. While her friends planned 'Sweet Sixteen' parties, Margot was winning the National Miss Black Teen title and spending the year visiting Veterans Hospitals, performing at charity fundraisers, and volunteering for Make-A-Wish and Children's Hospital.
In 2005, she released her first full-length CD Unframed. She was a main force behind Pittsburgh's Katrina Relief Benefit Concert (both planning and performing) at Mellon Arena, which featured 10 acts, garnered major media attention, and raised $185,000 for the American Red Cross.
In 2009, Margot finished her second full-length CD Two Thousand Mine. The summer release coincided with her joining Jason Mraz on select tour dates to perform the duet Lucky.
Based out of New York City, Margot continues to write, take meetings with major labels, audition for roles, and wait for her moment. It wasn't the shelved Janet Jackson-backed "triple-threat" MTV reality show project, for which she beat out thousands of others for one of 10 spots. A nine-time call back finalist for Broadway's 'Spring Awakening', she knows her big break could be right around the corner...it's just a matter of keeping at it, staying focused, and working hard. Nobody does that better than Margot B!
From the pageant stage to the soundstage, to center stage with a Grammy-nominated artist, triple-threat Margot B. makes a habit of working hard and moving forward.
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