The Haschak Sisters are a famous YouTube girl band consisting of four sisters who are best known for their performances on MattyBRaps videos. They are great dancers and entertainers and were introduced to the world of dance by their parents at an early age.
Haschak Sisters Bio
They have their own YouTube channel where they publish their videos like “What do you mean”, “Wanna Be”, “Hollaback Girl”. They also danced in several videos with popular songs like the song “Uptown Funk” performed by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars and “Worth it” by Fifth Harmony and also in Kanye West’s “Gold Digger”.
The members of the group Haschak Sisters are Madison, Grace, Sierra, and Olivia Haschak. Let’s get some details about these talented young stars and their parents.
Madison Haschak was born on June 28, 2000, in Temecula, California, the daughter of Katie and John Haschak. She is the oldest of the four sisters. She is uncomplicated and friendly, which makes people want to have a lot to do with her. She was the first to start dancing at the age of two. Madison joined the Temecula Dance Company in 2002 at this tender age and danced alongside Sophia Lucia in the MDA Show of Strength. She has won several awards, including the overall secondary school 8 and, under the solo, the junior overall solo in San Diego, California. In 2007, rumor had it that Madison was dating Lucas Helms, a famous Instagram and social media star. She has a height of 5’6½”, brown eyes, and brown hair.
Gracie Haschak was born on April 7, 2002, and is the second daughter of the four sisters. Gracie is two years younger than her older sister Madison and is also a competitive dancer with the Temecula Dance Company. She also started dancing at the age of two. She trained tap dancing, jazz, ballet, and hip-hop alongside her sisters and is a singer as well as dancing. She and her sisters founded their own singing group called Haschak Sisters. She also performed on stage and played the role of a dancer in the video game “Dance 2”. She is 1.70m tall and her eyes and hair are brown.
Sierra Haschak is the third of the four sisters and was born on November 15, 2003. Just like her sisters Madison and Gracie, Sierra Haschak is not only young but also a talented dancer and has trained in tap dance, jazz, ballet, and hip-hop. Together with her sisters she also appeared in the MattyB rap cover video for Kayne West’s “Clique”. Sierra loves to dance very passionately and makes every effort to perform very well. She was also trained in the Temecula Dance Company.
Besides dancing she also sings, she performed her first solo at the age of seven. Her first original music was “I Wanna Dance”. Sierra has participated in competitions and won prizes. In 2011, she danced in “Take to the Sky” for the Hall of Fame Nationals in Las Vegas and finished 8th in future Hall of Fame solos. Later, in 2013, she came back for the competition a second time and performed again, this time winning the High Gold Award. She is 1,50 m tall and like her older sisters, she has brown eyes and brown hair.
Olivia is the youngest of the four sisters and was born on September 1, 2005. She was on stage with her sister Sierra to promote the movie “Annie” and also took part in the stage production of “The Perfect Girl”. Olivia completed her first dance solo at the age of four and, like her sisters, trained in tap, jazz, ballet, and hip-hop dance with the Temecula Dance Company. She is a talented dancer and has received many compliments for her dancing skills. Her height is 4 feet 11 inches. She has dark brown hair and brown eyes.
Who Are The Parents Of The Haschak Sisters?
John Haschak is the father of the talented dancers – Madison, Gracie, Sierra, and Olivia Haschak. He was born on December 4, 1971, in the United States and lives with his family in California. John is as talented as his daughters and has performed in America Got Talent. There is no information about his educational background or career.
Her mother is Katie Haschak, and she runs the Temecula Dance Company where her daughters were trained in dancing. There is no information about her biography.