Disney Sydney to the Max star Cassidey Fralin recently celebrated her sweet sixteen with a super star-studded bash at the Sofitel in Beverly Hills.
The celeb-studded “Wonderland” themed bash was attended by over 100 of Cassidey’s industry friends including actors, models and influencers. Some of those on the guest list included Keith Williams (Good Boys), Isaac Ryan Brown (Disney, Raven’s Home), Chloe Coleman (My Spy, Marry Me), Akira Akbar (Peacock, Bel Air), Cameron Wright (Netflix, Family Reunion) Connor Finnerty (Influencer), Anais Lee (Netflix, The Baby-Sitters Club), Mirabelle Lee (AMC Network, Slapface), Joshua Caleb Johnson (Showtime, The Good Lord Bird) and many more.
To enhance her “Wonderland” theme, the teens partied under the bright lights of chandeliers and colorful “Wonderland” pop-up flowers and mushrooms. To add even more marvel to her theme, there was an aerialist swinging from the ceiling.
Cassidey Fralin has truly grown up before our eyes. As the Young Alisha in Disney’s hit television show, Sydney to the Max, millions of us welcomed this talented young lady into our homes with every episode. Fralin is unquestionably a triple threat as she not only has a passion for acting, she is also a gifted singer and dancer as well.
Last year, the young star shared with BCK Online what inspired her to become an actor. She said, “I owe my main inspiration for wanting to become an actress to my early love for reading. When I was younger, my life revolved around the Pippi Longstocking book series. I was devastated to finish the books, but when I realized that I could use the power of pretend to become Pippi, there was no turning back.”
She continued, “And when I watched the Pippi movie, I was astonished to discover that what the actress Inger Nilsson brought to life with the help of some impressive special effects was just as magical as I had imagined it to be. Seconds after finishing the film, I begged my mom to let me act so that I could not only live my fantasies but share them with others, and the rest is history.”
Check out the full interview HERE.