Raven-Symoné

Birth Day December 10th, 1985
Birth Place Atlanta, Georgia, US
Age 35 Years Old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius

The American actress, comedian, television producer, singer, and songwriter Raven-Symoné is best known for portraying Olivia Kendall, the Youngest member of comedian Bill Cosby's family on the hit NBC sitcom, "The Cosby Show" from 1989 to 1992. Later on, she appeared as Nicole Lee in another sitcom, "Hangin with Mr. Cooper" from 1993 to 1997. From 2003 to 2007, she played the lead role of Raven Baxter in the television series, "That's So Raven", she was also an executive producer for 22 episodes of the series. She made her debut in the film "The Little Rascals" in 1994. Her other notable films and television series are  "Dr. Dolittle", "College Road Trip", "Mighty Oak", "The Muppets at Walt Disney World", "Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century", "That's So Raven", "The Cheetah Girls", "For One Night", "State of Georgia", "Black-ish", "Raven's Home", "Big City Greens", and others.

Besides acting, Raven is also active in the music industry and has released numerous studio albums, compilation albums, EPs, and singles. She began her singing career at age of seven, releasing her first album titled "Here's To New Dreams" on 22 June in the year of 1993. Her second album, "Undeniable" was released in May 1999. On 21st September 2004, Raven released her third album "This Is My Time" which charted at No. 51 on the Billboard 200. Her fourth album "Raven-Symone" was released on 29 April 2008, which was charted at No. 159 on the Billboard 200.

Moreover, she is also a voiceover artist and has lent her voice to famous characters such as Angel Stephanie in "The Proud Family", Valkyrie in "Guardians of the Galaxy", Maria Media in "Big City Greens", Iridessa in "Tinker Bell Series", and Danielle in "Fat Albert".

Throughout her career, she has won multiple awards including, NAACP Image Awards, Young Artist Awards, and Kids' Choice Awards. Also, she was placed at the ninth position in the list of "100 Greatest Kid Stars Of All Time," which was published by VH1! in 2012.

Furthermore, she has a huge fan following on social media platforms. She has around 2.4 million followers on her verified Instagram handle @ravensymone and more than 590k followers on her Twitter handle @ravensymone. Also, she has around 6.1 million followers on her official Facebook page. Along with her wife, Miranda Pearman Maday, she also runs a Youtube channel titled "8 PM" which has more than 26k subscribers as of August 2021.

Raven-Symoné Parents, Education & Real Name

Raven-Symoné was born on 10th December 1985 to Christopher B. Pearman (father) and Lydia Gaulden (mother) as Raven-Symone Christina Pearman. Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, the United States, she holds American nationality and belongs to the African-American ethnicity. Whereas her race is Black. Her zodiac sign is Sagittarius. Her religious belief is in Christianity. She has a younger brother named Blaize Pearman. Raven worked for Atlant's Young Faces Inc. Modeling Agency and was featured in local print advertisements when she was an infant. At the age of 2, she began modeling with Ford models in New York City and appeared in ads for Ritz crackers, Jell-O, Fisher-Price, and Cool Whip. 

Talking about her educational qualification, Raven attended Park School in New York. Later on, she graduated from North Springs High School in Atlanta in 2004. She then took a break from her acting and in 2013, she joined Acting of Art University and earned an associate degree in fine arts in 2016.

Raven-Symoné Wife, Partner & Kids

Raven-Symone is married to social media manager, Miranda Pearman-Maday. The couple tied the knot on 16th June 2020, in a small and private function. The couple announced their marriage via Instagram. Currently, the couple is enjoying their married life.


Previously, she has dated Jonathan 'Lil J' McDaniel from October 2003 to November 2007. The duo first met each other on the set of "That's So Raven". In addition, she was romantically linked to Brazillian actor, Jussie Smollett from 2007 to 2011. At that time, it was also rumored that she was pregnant with his baby, but Raven denied it later. 

After splitting with Jussie, Raven began dating the American model, AzMarie Livingston in late 2011. However, the couple parted ways in 2015. But, the reason for their separation is not known.

How much is Raven-Symoné's worth?

Raven Symone has good earnings from her profession as an actress, comedian, model, and singer. As of 2021, she has an estimated net worth of $55 million. She has made such a fortune through her acting career. She has also millions of earnings from her albums and her appearances in commercials of popular brands like Cool Whip, Jell-O, Ritz Crackers, and many more. From her earning, she lives a lavish lifestyle, and currently, she resides in her home in Sherman Oaks, California along with her wife Miranda. 

Raven-Symoné Weight Loss & Height

The actress and model, Raven Symone has a well-maintained slim body physique. she stands at a height of 1.57m (5 feet and 2 inches) tall while her body weighs around 58kg (128 lbs.). Her body measurements include her chest, waist, and hip sizes of 38 inches, 28 inches, and 37 inches respectively. Whereas she wears a bra size of 34D and her shoe size is 8.5(US). She has a pair of Dark Brown eyes and her hair color is Black. Talking about her sexuality, she is an open Lesbian, who actively supported same-sex marriage.

In May 2021, she revealed that she had lost almost 30 lbs. by doing exercise, having a low, carb diet and having a minimum of 14-hour fast between dinner and breakfast.

Filmography

Movies

  • 1990- "Rockin' Through the Decades"
  • 1994- "The Little Rascals"
  • 1998- "Dr. Dolittle"
  • 2001- "Dr. Dolittle 2"
  • 2004- "The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement"
  • 2004- "Fat Albert"
  • 2006- "Everyone's Hero"
  • 2008-"College Road Trip"
  • 2008- "Tinker Bell"
  • 2009- "Good Hair"
  • 2009-"Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure"
  • 2010- "Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue"
  • 2012- "Secret of the Wings"
  • 2014- "The Pirate Fairy"
  • 2015- "Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast"
  • 2015- "A Girl Like Grace"
  • 2017- "Animal Crackers"
  • 2020- "Mighty Oak"

TV Shows

  • 1989-1992- "The Cosby Show"
  • 1989- "A Different World"
  • 1990- "The Earth Day Special"
  • 1990- "The Muppets at Walt Disney World"
  • 1992- "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air"
  • 1993- "Alex Haley's Queen"
  • 1993- "Blindsided"
  • 1993-1997- "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper"
  • 1994- "Kidsongs"
  • 1995-2000- "Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child"
  • 1995- "Bill Nye the Science Guy"
  • 1997- "Space Ghost Coast to Coast"
  • 1999- "Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century"
  • 2001- "My Wife and Kids"
  • 2001- "The Proud Family"
  • 2002- "The Cosby Show: A LookBack"
  • 2002-2007- "Kim Possible"
  • 2003-2007- "That's So Raven"
  • 2003- "The Cheetah Girls"
  • 2003- "Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time"
  • 2003- "Star Search"
  • 2004- "Zenon: Z3"
  • 2004- "Fillmore!"
  • 2005- "Higglytown Heros"
  • 2005- "Kim Possible: So the Drama"
  • 2005- "Dear Santa"
  • 2006- "For One Night"
  • 2006- "The Cheetah Girls 2"
  • 2006- "The Suite Life of Zack & Cody"
  • 2007- "Cory in the House"
  • 2007- "Phenomenon"
  • 2008- "American Dad!"
  • 2008, 2020- "Celebrity Family Feud"
  • 2010- "Sonny with a Chance"
  • 2010- "Revenge of the Bridesmaids"
  • 2010- "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition"
  • 2010- "The Mo'Nique Show"
  • 2011- "Pixie Hollow Games"
  • 2011- "RuPaul's Drag U"
  • 2011- "State of Georgia"
  • 2011- "Rocco's Dinner Party"
  • 2011- "PrankStars"
  • 2015-2016- "The View"
  • 2013- "See Dad Run"
  • 2013- "Pixie Hollow Bake Off"
  • 2014- "Zoe Saldana Presents My Hero"
  • 2014- "Oprah: Where Are They Now?"
  • 2014- "Just Keke"
  • 2015- "Empire"
  • 2015- "K.C. Undercover"
  • 2015- "The Real"
  • 2015-present- "Black-ish"
  • 2016- "RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars"
  • 2016- "Nashville"
  • 2016- "The Jim Gaffigan Show"
  • 2016- "It Got Better"
  • 2016- "Hollywood Game Night"
  • 2017- "Master of None"
  • 2017, 2018- "Animals."
  • 2017, 2020- "Celebrity Page"
  • 2017-present- "Raven's Home"
  • 2018- "Drunk History"
  • 2018-present- "Big City Greens"
  • 2019- "Drop the Mic"
  • 2019- "Guardians of the Galaxy"
  • 2019- "Just Roll with It"
  • 2019- "The Masked Singer"
  • 2019-"Holidays Unwrapped: A Disney Channel Music Event"
  • 2019- "Disney Hall of Villains"
  • 2019-2021- "25 Words or Less"
  • 2020- "The Bold Type"
  • 2020- "Visible: Out on Television"
  • 2020- "The Disney Family Singalong"
  • 2020- "Celebrity Watch Party"
  • 2020- "To Tell the Truth"
  • 2020- "Bunk'd"
  • 2020- "Ever After with Jaleel White"
  • 2020- "Holiday Wars"
  • 2020- "Earth to Ned"
  • 2020- "Disney Holiday Magic Quest"
  • 2020-2021- "Celebrity Game Face"
  • 2021- "What Not To Design"

Discography

Studio Albums

  • 1993- "Here's to New Dreams"
  • 1999- "Undeniable"
  • 2004- "This Is My Time"
  • 2008- "Raven-Symone"

Compilations Albums

  • 2005- "Disney Karaoke Series"
  • 2006- "From Then Until"

Extended Plays

  • 2004- "Advance"
  • 2008- "Secrets"
  • 2009- "Thick Girls, Big Girls"
  • 2019- "33000"
  • 2020- "INFRASOUNDS"
  • 2021- "Stripped Down"

Singles

  • 1993- "That's What Little Girls Are Made Of"
  • 1993- "Raven Is the Flavor"
  • 1999- "With a Child's Heart"
  • 2003- "Superstition"
  • 2004- "Supernatural"
  • 2004- "Grazing in the Grass"
  • 2004- "Backflip"
  • 2005- "Bump"
  • 2006- "Some Call It Magic"
  • 2006- "Little By Little"
  • 2008- "Double Dutch Bus"
  • 2009- "Anti-Love Song"
  • 2020- "Spacetruck"

Music Videos

  • 1993- "That's What Little Girls Are Made Of"
  • 1993- "Raven Is the Flavor"
  • 1999- "With a Child's Heart"
  • 2003- "Superstition"
  • 2004- "Supernatural"
  • 2004- "Grazing in the Grass"
  • 2004- "True to Your Heart"
  • 2004- "Backflip"
  • 2005- "Under the Sea"
  • 2006- "Some Call It Magic"
  • 2008- "Double Dutch Bus"

Tours

  • 2006- "This Is my Time Tour"
  • 2008-2009- "Live in Concert Tour"

Awards & Nominations

  • 1990- Nominated Young Artist Awards-Outstanding Performance by an Actress Under nine Years of Age for "The Cosby Show"
  • 1991- Won Young Artist AWards-Exceptional Performance by a Young Actress Under Nine for "The Cosby Show"
  • 1993- Nominated Young Artist Awards-Outstanding Actress Under Ten in a Television Series for "The Cosby Show"
  • 1994- Nominated Young artist Awards-Best Youth Comedienne for "Hangin' With Mr. Cooper"
  • 1996- Nominated NAACP Image Awards-Outstanding Youth Actor/Actress for "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper"
  • 2002- Nominated NAACP Image Awards-Outstanding Youth Actor/Actress for "Dr. Dolittle 2"
  • 2002- Nominated Kids' Choice Awards-Favorite Female Movie Star for "Dr. Dolittle 2"
  • 2004- Nominated Black Reel Awards-Television: Best Actress for "The Cheetah Girls"
  • 2004- Nominated BET Comedy Awards-Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for "That's So Raven"
  • 2004- Won NAACP Image awards-Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children's Program (Series or Special) for "That's So Raven"
  • 2004- Nominated Young artist awards-Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama): Leading Young Actress for "That's So Raven"
  • 2004- Nominated Teen Choice Awards-Choice TV Actress: Comedy for "That's So Raven"
  • 2004- Won Kids' Choice Awards-FAvorite Television Actress for "That's So Raven"
  • 2005- Nominated Nominated BET Comedy Awards-Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for "That's So Raven"
  • 2005- Nominated BET Comedy Awards-Best Performance in an Animated Theatrical Film for "Kim Possible: So the Drama"
  • 2005- Won Kids' Choice Awards-FAvorite Television Actress for "That's So Raven"
  • 2005- Won NAACP Teen Choice Awards-Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children's Program (Series or Special) for "That's So Raven"
  • 2005- Nominated Teen Choice TV Actress: Comedy for "That's So Raven"
  • 2005- Won Young Artist Awards-Michael Landon Award
  • 2005- Won Young Artist Awards-Outstanding Young Performers in a TV Series for "That's So Raven"
  • 2005- Won Radio Disney Music Awards-Best Actor/Actress-Turned-Singer
  • 2006- Nominated Kids' Choice Awards-Favorite Television Actress for "That's So Raven"
  • 2006- Won NAACP Image Awards-Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children's Program (Series or Special) for "That's So Raven"
  • 2006- Nominated Radio Disney Music Awards-Favorite TV Star Who Sings
  • 2006- Nominated Radio Disney Music Awards-Most Stylish Singer
  • 2006- Nominated Teen Choice Awards-TV-Choice Actress: Comedy for "That's So Raven"
  • 2007- Nominated Kids' Choice Awards-FAvorite Television Actress for "That's So Raven"
  • 2007- Won NAACP Image Awards-Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children's Program (Series or Special) for "That's So Raven"
  • 2008- Won NAACP Image Awards-Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children's Program (Series or Special) for "That's So Raven"
  • 2008- Nominated Kids' Choice Awards-FAvorite Television Actress for "That's So Raven"
  • 2011- Nominated Teen Choice Awards-Choice Summer TV Star: Female for the "State of Georgia"
  • 2011- Won TV Land Awards-Impact Award (to cast) for "The Cosby Show"
  • 2015- Nominated Nollywood and African Film Critics Awards-Best Supporting Actress in a Foreign Film for "A Girl Like Grace"
  • 2016- Nominated Daytime Emmy Awards-Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host for "The View" (shared with Joy Behar, Candace Cameron Bure, Michelle Collins, Paula Faris, Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie Perez, and Nicolle Wallace)
  • 2017- Nominated Daytime Emmy Awards-Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host for "The View" (shared with Joy Behar, Jedediah Bila, Candace Cameron Bure, Paula Faris, Whoopi Goldberg, Sara Haines, and Sunny Hostin)
  • 2018- Nominated Daytime Emmy Awards-Outstanding performer in a Children's Program for "Raven's Home"
  • 2018- Nominated NAACP Image Awards-Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children's Program (Series or Special) for "Raven's Home"
  • 2018- Nominated Kid's Choice Awards-Favorite Female TV Star for "Raven's Home"

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