|Full name||Raven-Symoné Christina Pearman|
|Height||5' 2" (1.57 m)|
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Raven-Symoné Christina Pearman Biography:
Celebrity Raven Symon was born on December 10, 1985, in Atlanta, Georgia. Following the kid performer got rejected from a character in the movie Ghost Dad (1990), which featured Bill Cosby, the renowned comic cast her as Olivia, the step granddaughter of Dr. Cliff Huxtable (played by Cosby), on The Cosby Show. Raven Symon continued to focus on a family friendly audience then, appearing in movies like Dr. Dolittle and show like Disney’s That’s So Raven (2003-2007).
Famous actress and vocalist Raven-Symon Christina Pearman was born on December 10, 1985, in Atlanta, Georgia. Raven Symon got her start in the entertainment industry when she was only 2 years old, after making appearances in ads for popular brands like Jell-O and Cool Whip, as well as becoming signed as a tiny model with Ford. Raven Symon continued down the path to stardom. Along with playing and modeling, Raven Symon embarked on a music career during her youth, becoming the youngest artist to sign with MCA Records in 1993. She wouldn’t go back to her music career until several years afterwards, after entering another stage of her life in the limelight as a Disney star.
After appearing in yet another supporting character in the Disney Channel picture Zeon: Girl of the 21st Century (1999), the network, impressed with her performance in the film, requested Raven Symon to audition for the lead character in a brand new Disney show. After blowing producers away during her audition, Raven Symon was quickly cast as the star of That’s So Raven (initially entitled Absolutely Psychic). Raven Symon’s time on That’s So Raven indicated the commencement of her career as a highly regarded performer. Moreover, That’s So Raven was the network’s first original show to achieve 100 episodes.
Raven Symon worked on different jobs with Disney while That Is So Raven ran its course. Her work as one fourth of the all-girl group the Cheetah Girls resurrected Raven Symon’s music profession; she signed a recording contract with Hollywood Records, owned by Disney. After the closing of That’s So Raven in 2007, Raven Symon’s performing career started to slow down.
In 2011, Raven Symon appeared in her most mature TV character yet, starring as Georgia Chamberlain to the show State of Georgia. Although the show seemed promising for the young performer, it was canceled after just one season. Raven Symon went to create a remarkable change in her career, transitioning from your display to the stage. She made her Broadway debut as Deloris Van Cartier a component originally played by Whoopi Goldberg in the 2013 stage version of Sister Act.
Raven Symon’s individual life has stayed from the public eye for a long time, although the actress has spent nearly all her life before the camera. When The National Enquirer reported that Raven Symon had moved in with openly homosexual model AzMarie Livingston, the performer addressed the gossips on her Twitter page, writing: “I am living my PRIVATE life the way I am happiest. I am not one, in my 25 year career to reveal who I am dating. and I ‘ll not begin now. My sexual orientation is mine, as well as the man I am datings (sic) to understand. I am not one for a public show of my entire life.”
Raven Symon made headlines for her private life yet again in 2013, when, following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act was declared, she tweeted: “I can eventually get married! Yay authorities! So proud of you.” Later, she released a public statement to E! News, saying, “I ‘m really happy that gay marriage is opening up across the united states and has been accepted. I was excited to learn today that more states legalized gay marriage. I, nevertheless, am not presently getting married, but it’s very good to know I can now, should I want to.”