Raven Symoné Body Statistics, Career, Bio and Personal Life

Raven Symoné is an American actress, voiceover artist, director, producer, talk show host, singer, and songwriter. She started her career as a child star and known for having been cast as Raven Baxter in That’s So Raven, Olivia Kendall in The Cosby Show, Nicole Lee in Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper, Rhonda Johnson in Black-ish, Galleria “Bubbles” Garibaldi in The Cheetah Girls, Nebula Wade in Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century. Furthermore, Raven, also a singer, has released many albums, tracks, and extended plays, like This Is My TimeHere’s to New Dreams Raven-SymoneUndeniable, That’s What Little Girls Are Made OfThick Girls, Big GirlsSuperstition Grazing in the Grass,  Raven Is the Flavor and Double Dutch Bus. Besides, during the 2016 presidential election, she has endorsed Gary Johnson (Libertarian nominee). 


  • Born Name

Raven Symoné Christina Pearman 


o  Nick Name

Raven, Rae, Rave


  • Religion



  • Birth Place

Atlanta, Georgia, United States


  • Nationality


  • Age

Raven is 35 years old according to her birthdate December 10, 1985


  • Star Sign



  • Ethnicity/Race


She is of African-American descent.

Body Statistics of Raven Symoné

·        Physique


  • Height

            5 ft 2 inch or 157 cm


  • Weight

58 kg or 128 pounds


  • Eye Color

Dark Brown 

  • Measurements

38-28-37 inch or 96.5-71-94 cm

  • Dress Size

8 (US) or 12 (UK) or 40 (EU)

  • Bra Size


  • Shoe Size

8.5 (US) 6 (UK) or 39 (EU)

Sexual Orientation



·     Father – Christopher B. Pearman

·     Mother – Lydia (née Gaulden)

·     Sibling – Blaize Pearman (Younger Brother)

·     Others – Oscar Cicero Pearman, Vera Clyde Jones, Sr. (Paternal Great Grandfather).


At age three, Raven-Symone went to Park School in Ossining, New York. She also attended Alpharetta’s Webb Bridge Middle School. In June 2004, she completed graduation from North Springs High School in Atlanta. Then, she went to the Academy of Art University from 2013-16 to receive a fine arts degree.

Personal life (Boyfriend / Girlfriend / Spouse)

 In 2016, Jasmine Brand interviewed Raven in which she revealed that Orlando(actor) and Raven have dated in the past.

 She was involved with Marquis C. between 2000 and 2003.

 Jonathan and Raven-Symone were romantically related to each other from October 2003 and 2007. The first time, they met on the set of “That’s So Raven,” and they had also dated On-screen. 

Raven dated Jussie Smollett (Brazilian actor) from December 2007 to July 2011.

 After breaking-up with Jussie, Raven started dating an American model, AzMarie Livingston, in December 2011. The couple separated after three years remained together.

 In June 2020, Raven announced her marriage with Miranda Pearman-Maday – Social media manager,  


OccupationActress, comedian, dancer, singer, fashion model, voiceover artist,

television producer, 

  • Manager

 As a model, she signed to Young Faces Inc. Modeling Agency in Atlanta,

United States, and Ford Models in New York City. Moreover, she represented by

United Talent Agency, Beverly Hills, Talent Agency, California, United States.

  • Instruments



  • Labels


Crash, Hollywood Records, RayBlaize,

  • Musical Genre


soul, hip hop, pop dance, soul

·        Popular For

From 2003 to 2007, She is known for playing Raven Baxter

in the Disney Channel’s teen sitcom television series That’s So Raven 

  • First Album

She released her first debut album, Here’s to New Dreams, via MCA Records on June 22, 1993. In 2005, she

became the youngest vocalist ever to sign a contract with MCA Records. The

album is consisting of 10 singles and about 40 minutes long. Though the album

didn’t chart on the US Billboard 200, a total of 75k copies of the album were


·        First Film

In 1990, she acted in the comedy TV movie The Muppets at Walt Disney World for her role as a “Little Girl.”

  • First TV Show 

Raven Symoné appeared in 64 episodes in NBC’s comedy show The

Cosby Show for her role as Olivia Kendall from 1989 to 1992. As

Young Actress Under Nine, she won the “Young Artist Award” for Exceptional Performance in 1991. 

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