- Full Name Cristopher Blaize Pearman
- Nickname Blaize Pearman
- Nationality American
- Birth Date Dec 17, 1991
- Age 31 Years, 11 Months
Blaize Pearman | BiographyBlaize has also appeared in an Episode of 'Celebrity Family Feud' With his Family
Cristopher Blaize Pearman was born as the youngest child to parents Lydia Louise Gaulden Pearman and Christopher Blaize Pearman. His parents and his sister Raven called him ‘Moose’ because he was “so big” as a child. Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Christopher's family moved to Ossining, New York, to support his elder sister Raven Symonees career in the entertainment industry.
Blaize Pearman is the younger brother of American actress Raven Symoné.
Who Is Blaize Pearman?
Blaize Pearman is the younger brother of American actress, singer, and songwriter Raven-Symoné Christina Pearman-Maday, also known as Raven Symone. Blaize has also appeared in an episode of Celebrity Family Feud and a short video titled ‘Raven-Symoné: Raven's Postcards from Spain.’
Childhood alongside Star Sister Raven Symoné
Cristopher Blaize Pearman was born as the youngest child to parents Lydia Louise Gaulden Pearman and Christopher Blaize Pearman. His parents and his sister Raven called him ‘Moose’ because he was “so big” as a child.
Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Blaize's family moved to Ossining, New York, to support his elder sister Raven Symone's career in the entertainment industry.
Their father and Raven’s manager, Christopher B. Pearman, worked relentlessly to support her dream as an artist while instilling in her the ability to trust in herself and never losing sight of their family's essential principles.
In fact, Christopher B. has also written a book titled Dream So Big: A Parent's Guide to Helping Your Child Believe and Achieve, which was first published on 4 May 2010. Later, the book was followed up by several editions.
In an interview with Good Morning America in 2018, Pearman's sister Raven said that the siblings are still extremely close to each other. She also labeled him as the style guru in the family and advised Blaze on "keep giving your sister fashion advice."
In 2006, Blaize appeared in a short video 'Raven-Symone: Raven's Postcards from Spain', featuring his sister. In 2008, he also appeared in Celebrity Family Feud in an episode titled ‘Ice-T vs The Rivers, Raven - Symone vs Wayne Newton’ with Raven and her on-screen parents from the Disney show That's So Raven.
About His Sister Raven Symoné
Raven-Symoné Christina Pearman (born on 10 December 1985) is an American actress, singer, and songwriter. Raven signed with the Ford Modeling Agency when her family was living in New York, and she was sent out for an audition for a 1990 film titled Ghost Dad starring acclaimed actor Bill Cosby. Although she was thought too young for the part at just three years old, Cosby recognized her potential.
Raven was then requested to return to read lines, and she was eventually cast for the role of Olivia Kendall on The Cosby Show for the final three seasons (1989 to 1992). In 1992, she also landed the role of Nicole Lee on Hangin' with Mr. Cooper. A decade later, in 2003, she got her breakthrough role as Raven Baxter, a sassy fashion designer who is raising her two kids after divorce, on the Disney Channel television series That's So Raven. She portrayed the character for four years until 2007 and received multiple awards nominations for it.
Some of her other notable cinematic credits include Dr. Dolittle (released 1998), Dr. Dolittle 2 (released 2001), The Princess Diaries 2 (released 2004), and College Road Trip (released 2008), all of which were box office triumphs. Raven has also appeared in television movies such as Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century (1999), Zenon: Z3 (2004), The Cheetah Girls (2003), The Cheetah Girls 2 (2006), and many more.
In 2017, the actress reprised her role of Raven Baxter on Raven's Home, for which she received a 'Daytime Emmy Award' nomination for 'Outstanding Performer in Children's Programming.' The television series has completed four seasons as of August 2021 and Raven has appeared in 81 episodes of the comedy-drama.
Raven has also featured in popular television shows such as Big City Greens, Bunk'd, Black-ish, The Bold Type, The Masked Singer, and Just Roll with It.
Music Career and 'The View'
Raven was the youngest person ever to sign with MCA Records when she did so in 1993. Raven’s debut studio album, Here's to New Dreams, was released in 1993 when she was seven years old.
Undeniable (1999), This Is My Time (2004), and Raven-Symoné (2008) were among her subsequent studio albums to chart on the Billboard 200 chart in the United States. She also sang on the instrumentals of several Disney films, including The Cheetah Girls, That's So Raven, That's So Raven Too!, and The Cheetah Girls 2.
From 2015 to 2016, she also co-hosted ABC's daytime talk show The View.
In June 2020, the actress announced she got married to her girlfriend Miranda Maday on her Instagram account. Sharing the post, she captioned it, "I got married to a woman who understands me from trigger to joy, from breakfast to midnight snack, from stage to home," the actress wrote in the caption. "I love you Mrs. Pearman-Maday!"
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