Johnny Sequoyah stars in "Believe" on NBC as Bo, a 10-year-old girl with super powers.

Child actress Johnny Sequoyah is a Hollywood newcomer making her professional acting debut in the JJ Abrams' series. She is the daughter of writer and director Russell Friedenberg who has cast her in his independent action thriller "Wind Walkers" and his comedy "An Unkindness of Ravens," starring Christian Campbell and Amy Smart. Sequoyah will also be seen in "Ass Backwards," starring Alicia Silverstone, Jon Cryer and Vincent D'Onofrio, and "Plastic Jesus," alongside Hilarie Burton and Mackenzie Foy.

ABC Unveils 2016-17 Primetime Schedule — New series include comedies "American Housewife," "Downward Dog," "Imaginary Mary" and "Speechless," and dramas "Conviction," "Designated Survivor," "Notorious," "Still Star-Crossed" and "Time After Time." Read more...
NBC Reveals Its 2013-14 Primetime Schedule — New series include "The Black List," starring James Spader, "The Michael J. Fox Show," "Sean Saves the World," starring Sean Hayes" and "Chicago PD." Read more...

NBC Sets Midseason Premiere Dates — The networks has scheduled debuts for "About a Boy," "Growing Up Fisher," "Believe," "Crisis" and "American Dream Builders." Read more...

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