Drew began studying music and theatre at the age of two, trained in the Suzuki Method of classical piano for six years, and trained for the stage at the Organic Theatre in Chicago. She studied modern dance with Tony Dyer and before she was even a teenager, she had done incalculable national voice-overs, television commercials and print ads. She made her motion picture debut at the age of nine in Thomas Carter’s “Divas”.
Drew Sidora has been featured on several TV shows ("That's So Raven", "The Game"), and films ("Step Up”,"White Chicks", "Wild Hogs"). TLC, the iconic girl group changed lives and touched millions of fans across the globe breaking myriad records, selling 65 million records worldwide, had the highest grossing tour by a female group and was the best-selling female R&B group of all time. Drew, one of the celebrated stars of CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story, not only transformed into Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins, but is still celebrated and praised for her portrayal of this Iconic figure. CrazySexyCool was the #1 rated film in the history of VH1, nominated for several awards and really transformed Drew’s career as a legitimate actor in Hollywood.
Drew is also an ambassador for the "Love Is Not Abuse" campaign to raise awareness against teen dating abuse.