Fallon Smythe – American Actress
Fallon Smythe is an American actress known for her voiceover work in animation and radio and television commercials. Additionally, as a youth ambassador she uses her platform to raise awareness for Type 1 diabetes and increase its prevention.
She has appeared in several shows including I Didn’t Do It and Grown-ish as well as Nickelodeon’s Lost in the West series. Most recently she is playing Harper Row on CW series Gotham Knights.
Early Life and Education
Fallon Smythe started her acting career at age 11 after being discovered by a voice-over coach. Since then she has performed in several animated TV shows and radio commercials; more importantly she became the voice of numerous toys!
She has been active in both acting and raising awareness for diabetes – she’s even been appointed Youth Ambassador of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation!
Young actress, Livia Rose has an elegant appearance with striking dark brown locks and eyes. As an avid fitness enthusiast she strives to maintain her physique with healthy diet practices.
Starting her television acting career as a guest star on I Didn’t Do It and later appearing in the Nickelodeon movie Lost in the West. Additionally, she’s an accomplished dancer. One of her upcoming ventures includes Gotham Knights on CW which revolves around DC characters.
She has achieved great success as an actress since appearing in several film and TV projects, thanks to an acting class her mother’s friend put her through. It quickly became evident that this career path was just what she needed!
She made her acting debut in 2016 parody mini-series Lost in the West and played an integral part of Kali Karate: Better Alive Than Dead! in 2017. Since 2018, she has joined the cast of Grown-ish as one of its main characters; additionally, she also had a supporting role in 2019 thriller Most Likely to Murder.
She has been busy filming the upcoming project Gotham Knights. This series will star her as Harper Row, a bisexual blue-haired engineer who teams up with other mavericks to protect Gotham after Batman is no longer around.
Achievement and Honors
As a teenager, Fallon Smythe was appointed Nevada Youth Ambassador of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and participated in her inaugural beauty pageant competition – winning Miss Junior Teen Nevada title in July 2011.
Fallon initially attended acting classes with her mother for self-confidence purposes, but quickly discovered she enjoyed it and pursued acting professionally. Her current project is on Gotham Knights on CW featuring DC characters where she plays Harper Row (Fans call him Bluebird), an openly bisexual character as an allusion to both Fallon’s own sexuality as well as female representation within DC’s universe.
Fallon Smythe is an ardent philanthropist and actively raises awareness for various social issues through her platform. Additionally, she serves as an inspiring role model. Additionally, Fallon currently enjoys dating Belmont Cameli who she met while doing charitable work.
In 2014, she began her professional acting career with a small role on I Didn’t Do It and later the 2016 comedy mini-series Lost in the West. A year later she secured a leading part in Kali Karate: Better Alive Than Dead!
In 2018, she joined the cast of Grown-ish, and continued appearing in subsequent seasons. Additionally, she will soon appear in 2019’s thriller Most Likely to Murder as well as Gotham Knights (CW series featuring DC characters) where she portrays Harper Row – a bisexual blue-haired engineer who joins forces with other misfits to protect Gotham after Batman is dead.
Fallon Smythe has amassed an enormous fortune as an actor. Her exquisite dark brown locks and eyes exude confidence and charm on screen, as she follows a healthy diet to maintain her body. Additionally, Fallon has taken classes to learn fighting techniques in preparation for her role in Gotham Knights.
At 11 years old, she launched her professional career by appearing in numerous television and radio commercials. Later she starred as one of the main characters in Lost in the West (2016) comedy mini-series as well as taking part in Kali Karate: Better to Be Alive Than Dead!.
Smythe is a prolific social media user and boasts an active following on Facebook. She frequently shares details from her personal life and often shares photos of herself with Belmont Cameli as her partner.