Raven Symone Net Worth 2020, Biography, Education, and Career.
Raven Symone Net Worth 2020 – Raven Symone is one of those stars who grew up on our screens. Beginning her show business career from the age of two representing top brands, Raven first made her mark on TV in The Cosby Show before hitting it big with Disney’s “Absolutely Psychic” later renamed That’s So Raven.
Raven was born in Atlanta, Georgia, the United States on December 10, 1985, to parents Christopher B. Pearman and Lydia Gaulden. She has a sibling namely, Blaize Pearman. Whereas, she belongs to American nationality and mix (African- American) ethnicity. Her birth sign is Sagittarius.
She attended North Springs High School. Then, she attended the Academy of Art University.
Raven began as a model at the age of two signings with New York’s Ford Models. She represented top brands like Jell-O, Ritz Crackers, Cool Whip, and Fisher-Price.
At the age of 3, Raven was confident enough to wow at her auditions for a role in Bill Cosby’s film “Ghost Da,” however she was denied the part as she was deemed too young for it. Nevertheless, she did impress Cosby who created a role for her on his The Cosby Show where she portrayed the role of Olivia Kendall, Dr. Cliff Huxtable’s (played by Cosby) step-granddaughter.
Raven’s role lasted from the 6th season when she joined to the season finale in 1992. Being her first break, Raven gained more exposure and landed more acting gigs including a role as young Halle Berry in the movie Queen: The Story of an American Family.
Raven’s next major TV role came in “Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper” where she portrayed Nicole Lee. She quickly transitioned to film, making her debut in “The Little Rascals” (1994) which was a moderate box office success.
She got a major role in “Dr. Dolittle” playing the daughter to the titular character played by Eddie Murphy. That film spawned a 2001 sequel where Raven reprised her role.
And then came 2002 and Raven scored her big break with Disney’s That’s So Raven. The series scored record-breaking numbers on its premiere and went on to run for 100 episodes becoming Disney’s longest-running series.
While on the hit show, Raven still managed to score other gigs including roles in films; The Cheetah Girls, a voice role in Kim Possible, Fat Albert and TV show Fillmore!.
Post-That’s So Raven, Raven had roles in College Road Trip, Revenge of the Bridesmaids (2010), and a handful of voice roles as well as direct-to-video films.
Raven took a break in 2012 to study fine arts at Academy of Art University, returning in 2015. In recent years, she has co-hosted The View, appeared on Fox’s Empire, and K.C. Undercover.
She is the executive producer of Raven’s Home, a spin-off of That’s so Raven which premiered on on July 21, 2017.
Raven dabbled in music in 1993, however, she didn’t find much success with music until her That’s So Raven days when she participated in a number of Disney soundtracks.
Her latest album as of this writing is her self-titled album released in 2008. She hinted a 5th studio album in 2014 but the project was canceled.
On talking about her lifetime achievements and awards, she won Image Award for Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children’s Program – (Series or Special) for That’s So Raven (2003).
Similarly, she won an Impact Award for The Cosby Show (1984). Likewise, she won a Young Artist Award for Exceptional Performance by a Young Actress Under Nine for The Cosby Show (1984).
Raven-Symone has a net worth of $55 million dollars.