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KIDS FIRST! Coming Attractions

KIDS FIRST! Coming Attractions

Sunday at 4 PM Pacific

August 02nd 2020: Raven Symoné, Miranda May, Izabela Rose, Siena Agudong, Ariel Martin, Trevor Tordjman, & More!

Listen in as we interview the Disney Channel's Raven Symoné and Miranda May (Raven’s Bunk’d About), Izabela Rose and Siena Agudong (Upside Down Magic), Ariel Martin, Trevor Tordjman, Phil Wright (Fam Jam), Marjane Satrapi (Director, Radioactive), Art Bell (Founder, Comedy Central) and review Rebuilding Paradise. Host Zoe C. is joined by KF! Critics Nathalia, Benjamin and Calista. Before you spend your hard earned dollars at the movies, be sure to listen to what our youth reporters have to say.

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Raven Symoné

Multitalented Raven-Symoné reprises her role as charismatic and somewhat psychic Raven Baxter from the iconic comedy "That's So Raven." Years later, Raven still catches glimpses of the future, but this time around she is a divorced, single mom of teen twins Booker and Nia. Raven juggles motherhood, working part time as a Scut driver while pursuing her dreams as a fashion designer. Raven-Symoné also serves as executive producer. For her starring role in "Raven's Home," Raven-Symoné received a Daytime Emmy® Award nomination for Outstanding Performer in a Children's, Preschool Children's or Educational and Information Program. The fourth season of the hit series will premiere later this Fall. P
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Miranda May

Miranda May plays Lou, the always cheerful former camp counselor, in Disney Channel's comedy series "BUNK'D." Now owner and director of Camp Kikiwaka, Lou is adjusting to her new role with humor and heart. May's acting credits also include a recurring role on Disney Channel's "Liv and Maddie," as well as guest star roles on "Samantha Who?" and "ER." On the big screen, she was featured in "The Heartbreak Kid," opposite Ben Stiller, and "Lower Learning," with Eva Longoria and Jason Biggs. With a passion for standup comedy, May has showcased her talents in such venues as The Hollywood Improv, Brea Improv and Harrah's Hotel in Las Vegas. May enjoys scriptwriting, singing, reading and shopping wi
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Izabela Rose

Izabela Rose stars as Nory, an optimistic and enthusiastic 13-year-old excited to perfect her ability as a “Fluxer,” someone who can transform into animals, in the Disney Channel Original Movie “Upside-Down Magic.” Nory's propensity to turning into a “Dritten” – a half kitten, half dragon – lands her in the class for students with UpsideDown Magic (UDM). However, she refuses to give up on her talent and believes that her magic and that of her UDM friends are just as valuable as the other Sage Academy students. Originally hailing from Flowery Branch, Georgia, the African American, Salvadoran and Italian actress discovered her love of performing at an early age when she began modeling and comp
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Siena Agudong

Siena Agudong stars as Reina Carvajal, Nory's best friend and one of the best and brightest students at Sage Academy of Magical Studies whose expert ability of manipulating fire lands her in the Honors Flares class, in the Disney Channel Original Movie "Upside Down Magic" based on the best-selling book series. Agudong is likely best known for her lead role in the contemporary teen series "No Good Nick," opposite Melissa Joan Hart and Sean Astin. She also starred in the feature film "Alex and Me" opposite U.S. soccer Olympic gold medalist Alex Morgan and the Nickelodeon series "Star Falls." Born and raised in Hawaii, 15-year-old Agudong began her acting career in 2013 at the age of 7 with her
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Ariel Martin

Ariel Martin is co-host of Disney Channel’s first family dance competition series "Disney Fam Jam." Most recently, Martin can be seen starring as Wynter, a well-intentioned and sometimes over-eager werewolf, in the Disney Channel Original Movie "ZOMBIES 2," the highly anticipated sequel to "ZOMBIES." Originally from Pembroke Pines, Florida, Martin, aka "Baby Ariel," has already become an accomplished actress, singer, entrepreneur and author at just 18 years old. She first became known as an avid participator of the TikTok app. Not long after, Martin became the most followed user of the music platform, creating a social following of more than 40 million people. In 2017, she landed a spot on F
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Trevor Tordjman

Trevor Tordjman is co-host of Disney Channel’s first family dance competition series "Disney Fam Jam." Most recently, Tordjman reprises his role as Bucky, Seabrook High's head cheerleader, in the Disney Channel Original Movie "ZOMBIES 2," the highly anticipated sequel to "ZOMBIES." Tordjman is an accomplished dancer (hip-hop, breakdancing and tap). He is best known for his role as a series regular on five seasons of "The Next Step," the highest-rated teen show on Canada's Family Channel. It also airs on the BBC and CBC networks. Among his other credits are host, choreographer and performer in "The Next Step" Live World Tour, and acting roles in the CBC/Family Channel series "Lost & Found Mus
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Phil Wright

World-renowned dancer and choreographer Phil Wright is executive producer and choreographer of "Disney Fam Jam." In 2013, Wright moved to Los Angeles from his hometown of Miami to pursue more opportunities in the dance community as well broaden his choreography and producing career. Having worked with some of the biggest names in music, Wright has choreographed music videos and stage performances for Lil Nas X, Will Smith, MC Hammer, TLC and G-Eazy and Cardi B. Wright founded "The Parent Jam™" in 2017 when he was inspired to bring kids and their families together through dance. Streamed online, his high energy dance classes are designed to encourage positivity within families and originate f
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Marjane Satrapi

Marjane Satrapi was born in in Iran, on the edge of the Caspian Sea. She grew up in Tehran, where she studied at the Lycée Français, before leaving for Vienna and, later, Strasbourg to study Decorative Arts.  In 1997, Satrapi moved to Paris, where she met Christophe Blain, who brought her into l’Atelier des Vosges, home to many of France’s celebrated “new wave” of comic book artists. There, she regaled her fellow artists with amazing stories of her family—stories of dethroned emperors, suicidal uncles, state- sanctioned whippings, and heroes of the revolution—in short, the details of daily life in contemporary Iran. After listening to her stories and seeing her drawings, they kept asking why
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Art Bell

Enjoy Benjamin's interview with Art Bell, author of the memoir "Constant Comedy: How I Started Comedy Central and Lost My Sense of Humor" (Coming September 2020). With a MBA in Economics from The Wharton School, Bell has applied his skills to television production with some of the leading companies of the world. Bell founded Comedy Channel in 1988 while at HBO, developing initial programming and brand for merged comedy networks (HA! and Comedy Channel) which became Comedy Central. He was President/COO of CourtTV and a founding partner of Scalar Media Partners, a consulting practice handling a range of clients and projects - Panasonic NA, Epix Pay Television Channel, AARP, A&E Television, Uni
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