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- Famous for playing Raven Baxter on the Disney Channel’s series That’s Very Raven, Raven-Symoné recently disclosed she actually shares the same psychic powers as her on-screen persona.
- The actress has had those abilities ever since she was a little child, long before she was chosen for the Disneyland series.
- She claimed to have telepathic visions and to be able to reach to field of energy, though not to the same extent as her TV character. She professes mistrust regarding fate tellers while acknowledging the importance of spirit guidance in her skills.
It’s possible that Ravens-Symoné wasn’t fully acting when she saw in her future as Ravens Parsons the her popular reality series That’s So Raven. She has disclosed that she possesses skills similar to those of her namesake psychic persona.
Even though Symoné revealed this famous fact, not everything is as it seems. Her claimed skills differ slightly from those of her charming, prescient television character. In addition, Symoné revealed on the latest episode of her podcast The Most Successful Podcasting Ever in Raven as well as Miranda, who is which she co-hosts in her wife Miranda Pearman-Maday, that she has been having talents since she was a young child—long before she was chosen for the venerable Disney series. Fans are gasping and shouting, “Oh, snap!” as a result of this and Symoné’s assertion that she has psychic skills.
This is So Ravens featured Raven Symoné as Raven Baxter
Hollywood is nothing new to Raven-Symoné. The Carter demonstrate where she played Olivia, the step-granddaughter of Bill Cosby’s character, gave the actress a head lead in win audiences over. When Symoné was chosen to play the title role in the Disney Channel series That’s So Raven, Raven, she cemented her reputation as an actress.
The TV series starring Raven Baxter, played by Symoné, was about a teenage girl who had clairvoyant “visions” & whose abilities frequently brought her close companions into problems. She played the same role in the 2017 remake of the Disney Channel’s initial series, Raven’s Home, which ran form 2003 to 2007. In the comedy series, Raven now has visions, which causes problems with her son Books, who also received the ability to see.
This is So Raven was the initial Disney show to reach the 100-episode simulcast criteria for broadcasting back when it first aired, breaking beyond the 65-episode hurdle in the process. When Witches For Waverly Place had surpassed Raven, Raven had the longest run of any Disney Channel series. The revelation that Symoné almost didn’t get the lead role on the venerable series stunned fans. Disney never intended for work together Annie van der Pol to be a Black girl when the show was first developed and cast.
“If it’s even possible, I believe it was just a little bit of racism,” the speaker said. They found it difficult to imagine a Black girl running the show. She was viewed by them solely as a sidekick. On the Sensitive podcasts, Van Der Pol spoke with Christy Larson Romano.