Rowan Blanchard Age, movies, Boyfriends, height , weight and More


Rowan-Blanchard

WIKI/BIO
Name Rowan Blanchard
Profession Actress, singer
Nickname Row
Physical Measurements
Body Measurements 32-24-34
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Dark Brown
Height 5′ 5” feet
Weight 50 Kg
Basic Details
Age 17
Parents Father– Mark Blanchard(Yoga teacher)
Mother– Elizabeth Blanchard(Yoga Teacher)
Siblings
  • Carmen Blanchard
  • Shane Blanchard
Date Of Birth October 14, 2001
Nationality American
Zodiac Sign Libra
Dress Size N/A
Shoe size N/A
School N/A
College N/A
Children none
Hometown Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Food Type Non-Veg
Build Slim
Religion N/A
Net Worth  N/A
Labels Independent
Love and Affairs
Boyfriends
  • Peyton Meyer (2015)
  • Teo Halm (2013)
Marital Status Unmarried
Spouse  none
Rowan-Blanchard

MOVIES:

  • The Back-up Plan(2010)
  • Little in Common(2011)
  • Spy Kids: All the Time in the World (2011)
  • The Realest Real(2016)
  • A World Away (2017)
  • A Wrinkle in Time(2018)

 

Facts:

  • Her debut film was  Back up plan, the romantic comedy in 2010.
  • She was in the  Disney series Dance-A-Lot Robot in which she played the lead role of  Caitlin.
  • She rose to fame with Disney show  Girl Meets World  in which she played the lead role of  Riley Matthews.
  • Her dad teaches her acting.
  • She started acting when she was just 5.
  • She needs to read before going to sleep.
  • Her grandfather is from midddle east and her grandmother is from england.
  • She is pansexual.

Quotes:

  • I put a lot of pressure on myself early in my life, like, “You have to be perfect; you can’t do anything.” You basically can’t show any emotion and speak up. And then I realized that I have to live my life for myself.
  • I think just all girls are my mentors. I feel like I’ve learned everything I know from just being around other women and learning from them.
  • It’s really scary, when you’re on the verge of becoming a teenager, and you don’t know if people like you for you or if they like you for the show you’re on. So I started finding friends who were not that way, who are accepting and see you who you are.
  • Teenagers have a legitimate voice. We deserve to have a seat at the table and a place in the conversation. We’re not exempt from politics and social movements; we’re affected by them.
  • A lot of people are really excited to see the continuation of Cory and Topanga and ‘Boy Meets World’. I was getting a lot of positive feedback, which I was really happy about.

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