She’s the fabulous, rising star who brightens up the room as soon as she walks in. She’s the marvelous Zion Broadnax! The lovely Broadnax was bitten by the acting bug at a very young age. At only seven-years-old, the fantastic actress already landed her first lead role in the BET movie, Holly Day. Since then, Broadnax has been continuing to take the entertainment world by storm. She starred in Netflix’s Day Shift and worked alongside top renowned actors in the biz including Jamie Foxx, Snoop Dogg, Dave Franco, Karla Souza, Natasha Liu Bordizzo, Oliver Masucci, Steve Howey, and Scott Adkins. Broadnax truly shined in the role and gave a knockout performance as the only kid working alongside the amazing cast. She has also shared her talent in other excellent projects including ABC’s Abbott Elementary, Disney’s Sydney to the Max, and more.
The wonderful Zion Broadnax’s latest project is her magnificent work in Nickelodeon and Paramount+’s animated series, Transformers: Earthspark. Broadnax voices the role of Mo Malto in the outstanding show that focuses on the first Transformers robots born on Earth. The incredible series is filled with action, laughs, and heart, and emphasizes the importance of family.
Zion Broadnax’s work in Transformers: Earthspark is truly stellar. She is one radiant and effervescent, young lady whose career will certainly continue to take off.
AlexisJoyVIPAccess had a great time interviewing the phenomenal Zion Broadnax at the premiere of Nickelodeon and Paramount+’s Transformers: Earthspark all about what it was like for her being at the event, what the experience was like working on the series and so much more only in our VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE interview. Broadnax even revealed what her name would be if she were a transformer – hear what she had to say in our VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE interview below.
Check out my VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE interview with the vivacious Zion Broadnax at the premiere of Nickelodeon and Paramount+’s Transformers: Earthspark below! Transformers: Earthspark is streaming now on Paramount+.