Sasha Pieterse is currently a contestant on Dancing with the Stars' 25th season on ABC.

Sasha is a singer and actress probably best known for her role on the Freeform drama series, Pretty Little Liars, which concluded its seventh and final season earlier this year.

For the Dancing with the Stars season, Sasha is paired with pro dancer Gleb Savchenko, and she's definitely improving week to week. Sasha and Gleb may not top the judges' leaderboard every show, but they have great chemistry and Sasha is proving she has natural rhythm.

Sasha began her acting and modeling career at age four when she met an agent in Los Angeles, CA, who quickly signed her to a contract. Curious to learn more about her?

Below is a list of 6 facts Reality TV World has compiled about Sasha Pieterse:

- Sasha got her start on television in 2002 at age 6, starring in the WB comedy series Family Affair as Buffy.

- Sasha was only 12-years-old when she landed the role on Pretty Little Liars, so she was the youngest regular cast member on the series.

- The Johannesburg native immigrated to America with her family for greater opportunities.

Sasha is the daughter of professional acrobatic dancers and became accustomed to the rigors of a career in entertainment early in life.

- Sasha's first major film role was as the Ice Princess in Robert Rodriguez's The Adventures of Shark Boy and Lava Girl 3D, when she worked alongside Taylor Lautner and George Lopez.

In 2007 she starred in The Air I Breathe, alongside Sarah Michelle Gellar.

- Sasha has appeared in Good Luck Chuck, X-Men: First Class, and the film Inherent Vice, which also starred Reese Witherspoon, Joaquin Phoenix and Martin Short.

- Sasha had a fairly sudden 70-pound weight gain that prompted body-shamers and a lot of hate. She has revealed the changes in her body were the effects of a hormonal imbalance called polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), which she is now relieved to talk about in public and pleased to promote awareness for.
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