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Ruth Mouma Righi (born September 7, 2005) is an American actress and singer. She is best known for her role in Sydney to the Max. In Sydney to the Max, she plays Sydney Reynolds. She released her first single, "Curls", on May 11, 2019, for Disney Channel Voices.[2]

Biography

Ruth Righi is an actress who has garnered popularity for playing the titular role in Disney's family-comedy series Sydney to the Max that also stars Ava Kolker, Jackson Dollinger, Caroline Rhea, and Christian J. Simon. Before commencing her career on television, she appeared on Broadway and has performed in numerous plays including the School of Rock and Really Rosie! Born in Santa Cruz, California, Righi began acting and dancing at the age of three. She began studying the piano when she was just five. Her early interest in performing led her to a professional career in acting. Despite being so young, Righi has already earned immense fame and is currently one of the most talented teen artists in the American television industry. She is an inspiration for many teenagers who are skilled at performing and want to showcase their skills in front of the world. A charming and innocent personality, Righi loves to hang out with her friends and family whenever she is not working. She also frequently uses social media platforms, especially Instagram, to connect with her fans.[3]

Filmography
Year Title Role Notes
2018 Happy! Wiseman Minor
2019 Just Roll With It Herself Special Guest Role
2019 Ruth & Ruby Ultimate Sleepover Herself Main
2019-present Sydney to the Max Sydney Reynolds Main
Trivia
  • Ruth Righi is the star of entrance commercials for Sydney to the Max.
  • Her character Sydney was originally going to be a skater, but when the writers of the show discovered that Righi can't skate but can play the bass guitar, they decided to write that into the show.[4]
  • Her grandma lives with her just like Sydney's grandma does.[5]
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