Ren was born in Los Angeles and raised in Huntington Beach, California where she began singing as a child. Her first professional singing and dancing job was at Disneyland. While studying music and theatre at U.C.L.A., Ren began acting professionally on stage and in film and television. Currently, she can be seen in a national Home Depot commercial, although her most notable role was as a reporter in the blockbuster movie 'Airforce One.' Ren's singing experience spans from opera to musical theatre to gospel. She wrote and produced the pop/techno/rock EP 'Alien' which was inspired by years of being labeled or limited by her looks and her strong connection to stories of relatives and friends who were put into internment camps in WWII even though they were American. Ren hopes that the universal meaning of feeling 'alien' or 'alienated' will resonate with many when they listen to her music, as well as the hopefulness she also brings to every song she writes and sings. Ren has also produced two music videos, a dance pop EP and many individual songs. She performs live all around Southern California in stage productions, the Opera 100 Club in Laguna Hills, private functions, and with the performance group 'Licensed To Sing.' Other productions have been 'My Fair Lady' at La Mirada Theatre and Business industrials for Harris Goldman Productions. She performed in her own rock band RENWORLD at the famous Roxy and Whiskey A-Go-Go.