Ranked as one of the best residential destinations in Virginia, it is not a surprise that so many stars and notable individuals are proud to call Reston home. From numerous parks, lakes, shopping arcades, exquisite eateries, bridle paths and golf courses, everything here seems so well placed, offering residents with just about enough amenities to lead decent lives here. Below are just but a few of the famous people who hail from Reston, Virginia.

Isabella Cuda

Cuda is a multi-talented actress as well as athlete who is most famous for her outstanding performance in popular television series such as Sam & Cat, Criminal Minds, and Shameless. She also happens to be a model and currently competes as a member of the PGA Junior golf team. She fell in love with acting at a tender age, after enrolling in a kid’s theatre troupe. Her love for acting was so strong, it drove her into pretending to be a waitress at a local restaurant one evening, and she even took orders from customers. Lucky for her, one of the customers was a talent agent by coincidence, and six months later, Cuda had already been booked on her first ever commercial.

Andrew Goldstein

Andrew is a Reston-born renowned producer and songwriter best known for his work with reputable pop artists like Bridgit Mendler, Fifth Harmony and R5. He also happens to be the front man for the pop-punk band ‘The Friday Night Boys’. He is a graduate from James Madison University, Virginia. One of his greatest life achievements is co-writing and co-producing ‘Let it go’, an award winning song from Disney’s ‘Frozen’. In addition to that, he is also a proud contributor to Demi Lovato’s album ‘Demi’.

Chloe Angelides

Chloe is an iconic Singer-songwriter who hails from Reston, Virginia. Her journey is more or less of a leap from singer to brilliant songwriter. Her greatest life achievements include writing ‘Get on Your Knees’ by Nicki Minaj, ‘Burning Up’ by Jessie J and ‘Zipper’ by Jason Derulo. She also happens to have featured in several big hits such as ‘Sexy Beaches’ by Pitbull. Featuring in Stephen Swartz song ‘Survivor’ back in 2013 is what propelled her to fame. After her breakthrough, she delved into selling and promoting her own written songs. She collaborates with several notable musician as an active member in the EDM arena. Part of what shaped her is the fact that she joined the Majors & Minors, a legendary a cappella group from high school.