Who Is Drew Sidora From “Real Housewives of Atlanta”? Age And Family Explore

Drew Sidora

The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s newest cast member has revealed a lot about season 13 ahead of its launch on Bravo on Sunday. While she is new to Atlanta, the 35-year-old actress, singer, and producer has a lengthy list of TV and film credits, which explains why she may appear familiar.

Before the RHOA season 13 launch, here’s all you need to know about Sidora. Drew also discusses her initial thoughts of her Bravo co-stars.

Who Is Drew Sidora?

Drew Sidora is an actress and singer. Her most well-known roles were Chantel in the Disney Channel Original Series That’s So Raven and Lucy Avila in the film Step Up. She has also appeared in films such as White Chicks, Never Die Alone, Wild Hogs, White People Money, and The Preacher’s Son. Sidora is most recognized outside of the entertainment world as the creator of DREAMMAKERS, an organization that helps young girls express themselves artistically.

Drew Sidora’s Net Worth

Sidora has amassed wealth as a result of her successful profession. According to Celebrity Net Worth, her net worth is believed to be $1.5 million. This figure is based on her multiple TV and film appearances, as well as her involvement in RHOA. Her yearly compensation from Bravo is rumored to be $300,000.

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Drew Sidora Ethnicity And Age

She was born on May 1, 1985, in Chicago, Illinois, in the United States. Drew Sidora Jordan is her birth name, and she is 36 years old. Drew has not revealed any information about her parents, siblings, or upbringing. She started studying music and theater when she was two years old. Her interests include traveling and watching movies, and her favorite television program is “Saved By The Bell.” Drew is an African-American woman with American citizenship.

How Did She Meet Ralph Pittman?

According to Screen Rant, Drew Sidora met Pittman while promoting her Lifetime television series, “CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story,” in which she portrayed TLC’s T-Boz. According to People magazine, the actress — who has acted in films such as “White Chicks,” “Step Up,” and “Sister Code” — had a 2-year-old son, Josiah, from a prior relationship at the time.

Sidora remembers Josiah’s football bouncing out of their vehicle as they approached their Los Angeles motel. According to the actress, her future husband “saw all of this and said, ‘Let me help this woman.'” She needs my assistance.’ ‘Aw, little guy,’ he murmured as he went to get the football. Do you have a football? I used to play football. ‘Let’s play football,’ she recalled. “So, I was standing there and he didn’t even notice me.” According to People, the two finally went on a 12-hour first date.


Pittman proposed to Sidora in June 2014 after three months of dating. According to People magazine, Pittman led Sidora to her building’s rooftop, which he had decked with rose petals and tiki torches. According to Pittman, Sidora “broke down in tears.”

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“So I took the ring out and asked, ‘What do you think is in this box?'” ‘A set of earrings?’ she said, between her tears. “I was thinking, ‘It’s more than earrings,'” he continued. People claimed two months later that the pair married on a Los Angeles beach. “We had been planning a big wedding, but Ralph’s lease was up and I wanted him to move in,” Sidora told the magazine. “We wanted to set a good example for Josiah, so we decided to have a small beach wedding.”