“Star Falls tells the irresistible story of two girls, one from Hollywood and one from a small town, whom despite their differences, find fun, adventure and sisterhood when they set up their parents,” said Bronwen O’Keefe, Senior Vice President (SVP) Live Action and Movies at Nickelodeon. “It’s a classic buddy comedy that delivers on the insight that family really is at the core of what makes today’s kids happy. The series brings to life two strong female characters at the center who are bold, brave, funny and full of heart.”
Siena Agudong (Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn) stars as Sophia Miller, along with Kamaia Fairburn (Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B) as Diamond Brooks, Tomaso Sanelli (The Passenger) as Nate Rex, Jadiel Dowlin (Annedroids) as Phoenix Brooks and Marcus Cornwall as Bo Brooks.
Star Falls was filmed in Canada by Breakthrough Entertainment during summer 2017, and will also air on YTV in Canada.
About Siena: Siena Agudong's rise to fame began when landing a recurring role on 2014 series "Killer Woman" as Lulu Parker. She also had a recurring role on Teacher's as Tiffany. She became even better known when she landed a recurring role on fellow Nickelodeon show, Nicky, Ricky, Dicky, and Dawn for 3 years. In Theater acting, she has portrayed Wicked Witch in The Wizard of Oz. Siena has had several Young Entertainer and Young Artist awards in 2015, 2016, and 2017. In Spring 2017, Siena Agudong won Best Guest Starring 12 and under in Young Entertainers awards at Los Angeles, California Universal studios.
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From the Huffington Post article by Jaimie Etkin