Isabela Moner Surprises Families at Seacrest Studios in Atlanta!

The multi-talented Isabela Moner (actress, singer, songwriter, dancer, & Ukulele player), surprised patients and families at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta when she popped into Seacrest Studios on her way to the nearby neighborhood set where she is currently filming the dramedy, Instant Family.

She may be best known for her lead role on the Nickelodeon television series, 100 Things To Do Before High School or as Izabella inin the 2017 film, Transformers: The Last Knight, but soon she’ll be known for her role in Instant Family – a relevant film that shows the importance of adopting foster children. Patients wanted to know what type of film she’d like to do next and were surprised when she said “an alien blaster/Atomic Blonde type movie where I can train and get really jacked for a role!” Her dream co-star? Natalie Portman. Favorite cheat treat? Girl Scout cookies! Once the filming for Instant Family wraps, the 16 year old hopes to get her driver’s license.

Before heading to the set, Isabela inspired us with her words to live by – “Today is the most important day of your life. You’ve got to look at every day like the most important otherwise you’re just existing, you’re not living.” Thank you Isabela! Your visit was definitely the highlight of our day!

Isabela Moner Sings To Patients At Seacrest Studios Atlanta

Star of the Nickelodeon series “100 Things To Do Before High School,” Isabela Moner, stopped by Seacrest Studios at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta to meet her excited fans. While in studio, she asked everyone about their favorite episodes of her show and also explained that she is in Atlanta to film the movie, “Middle School—The Worst Years Of My Life.”

Fortunately, the Ohio native will get a break from shooting her movie to head home for the holidays. The holiday decorations and festive atmosphere in the studio prompted Isabela to spread a little Christmas cheer with her beautiful rendition of “All I Want For Christmas Is You!” Many thanks to Isabela for a very special visit!