It is impossible to talk about the cast of Raven’s Home without mentioning the talented actors that have made sure to keep fans glued to their screens. Raven’s fans are surely having a good time following the interesting spin-off of the Disney show, That’s So Raven. In the show, which first hit the screens in July 2017, viewers continue to journey with Raven Baxter (now a mother) in her complicated life full of psychic revelations. Now all grown up in Raven’s Home, there’s so much to expect.
The Premise of Raven’s Home
The parent series, That’s So Raven, featured a teenage Raven Baxter who makes life quite interesting for her family, and of course the viewers, with her continuous quest to explore her psychic visions. The Raven’s Home spin-off features grown-up Raven who is now a mother. Raven and her best friend, Chelsea, find out that she passed on her psychic traits to her son, Booker. This makes life becomes even more ‘interesting’ as they have to handle her son’s psychic abilities.
Before Raven’s Home, there was another spin-off, Cory in the House, which featured the character, Cory Baxter – Raven’s brother – as he moves with his father to Washington from San Francisco. The spin-off centred on their life in DC where his father got a new job at the White House.
Age and Facts about Raven’s Home Cast
Raven-Symoné (Raven Baxter)
Raven-Symoné Christina Pearman was born on December 10, 1985. She started out as a child actress starring in popular shows like The Cosby Show in the 90s. She then joined the ‘Raven family’ in 2003 when she was a teenager. She played the role of Raven Baxter, the titular character.
Before the end of That’s So Raven in 2006, the production crew wanted to create a spin-off where Raven Baxter went to college. Of course, the intention was for Symone to reprise her role, but then she turned down the offer. It was after that a spin-off was given to Kyle Massey who starred in Cory in the House, which started airing on Disney in January 2007.
Symone returned in 2017 to reprise her role in Raven’s home. She played a grown up Raven, a single mum of twins – Nia and Booker – who struggles to take care of her kids.
Issac Ryan Brown (Booker Baxter-Carter)
Born July 12, 2005, Isaac Ryan Brown plays Raven’s son Booker who is also Nia’s twin. Unknown to Booker and his mother, he inherited her psychic traits. He later finds out at school and tells his mother; Raven too later discloses her visions to her kids.
Issac Brown was already in the industry before he became part of Raven’s Home‘s cast. He has played several recurring roles in series like How to Get Away with Murder, Black-ish, and others. He also played a role in the 2016 movie, Believe.
Navia Robinson (Nia Baxter-Carter)
Navia plays the role of Raven’s daughter and Booker’s twin. Nia is a doubtful type and does not believe her brother’s special abilities. Nia later believes when her brother sees a vision of her getting hit by a boxing bag and it comes true.
Born on May 4, 2005, Navia Robinson debuted on TV at the age of nine when she was cast in the BET series Being Mary Jane. She also played the character of Rosie Philips in Netflix’s, Free Rein in 2017.
Anneliese Van Da Pol (Chelsea Grayson)
Annaliese played the character of Raven’s best friend and the mother of Levi. She moves in with Raven after divorcing her husband, Garrett Grayson, who initially stole her assets.
Born September 23, 1984, Van Der Pol is Dutch-American. She got her breakthrough in the first instalment of That’s So Raven in 2003. She played Chelsea Daniels, a younger version of herself and Raven’s clumsy and unserious friend.
Jason Maybaum (Levi Grayson)
Jason plays is the overly matured only son of Chelsea Grayson. Levi is seen as too wise for his age and often advises his mother’s life decisions. Maybaum was born on August 31, 2007, and began his career at the age of seven in the series, Blunt Talk.
Sky Katz (Tess)
Sky plays the role of Nia’s best friend. She is very smart and also stays in the same building with Raven and Chelsea’s family.
Katz was born on December 12, 2004. Before her breakthrough role in Raven’s Home, she participated in America’s Got Talent reality show and showcased her rapping skills. Sky reveals she discovered her rapping talent at the age of 5.