Raegan Revord is a young American actress, best known for her role as Missy Cooper on the CBS sitcom ‘Young Sheldon,’ a spinoff of the popular ‘The Big Bang Theory’ series. Revord was born on January 3, 2008, in San Diego, California, and has made a significant impact in the film and television industry at a very young age.
|Date of Birth||January 3, 2008|
|Birthplace||San Diego, California, USA|
|Parents||Not publicly disclosed|
|Net Worth||Not publicly disclosed|
Early Life and Education
Born in San Diego, Raegan moved to Los Angeles with her family when she was just three and a half years old. She began her acting career at the age of six with her debut in the short film ‘Tortoise.’ Even before stepping onto the television screen, Raegan was featured in various print advertisements and television commercials.
Raegan’s acting career took off when she was cast in the ABC sitcom ‘Modern Family,’ playing the recurring role of Megan. She later reprised this character in the seventh season of the series. In addition to this, she guest-starred on a 2016 episode of the Netflix series ‘Grace and Frankie’ and had a recurring role on TV Land’s series ‘Teachers.’ She also made an appearance in the sketch comedy series ‘W/ Bob and David.’
However, Raegan is best known for her role as Missy Cooper, the twin sister of the titular character in the CBS sitcom ‘Young Sheldon.’ Her portrayal of Missy, a character full of spunk and serving as a perfect foil to her academically-gifted twin brother, Sheldon, has garnered much appreciation.
Raegan follows a “vegan-ish” lifestyle and devotes her free time to charity work as an ambassador for the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Her parents manage her social media accounts, showcasing the young actress’s journey.
Throughout her career, Raegan has worked with many famous personalities. For instance, she starred alongside Sarah Hyland in ‘Modern Family’ and with Joel McHale in a commercial for Enterprise Rent-A-Car. To perfect her Texan accent for ‘Young Sheldon,’ she studied the performances of Laurie Metcalf, who played an older version of her character’s mother on ‘The Big Bang Theory.’