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'The Winx Saga' star says showbiz isn't all fairy dust.entertainment

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In the Netflix series Fate: The Winx Saga, Abigail Cowen plays Bloom, a teenage fairy with recently discovered powers. The show in its second season has been ranked in the streaming service’s top 10 lists in several countries and has found a footing among similar her teen dramas.

It’s a great gig with passionate fans that brought Cowen to Ireland for filming and gave her a steady job. I want people to know that it’s not as easy or as magical as they think.

The 24-year-old asked, “Is this crazy? Will it work? Will this actually be sustainable?” is open about what it will do.

The fact that Cowen found her way to Hollywood may be as rare as discovering that you’re actually a fairy. She says that choosing to enter the entertainment her business is “definitely uncommon.”

“I grew up in nothing. We had land, animals, etc. It wasn’t a neighborhood with neighbors who rode bikes. I had a brother and said, ‘What are you doing today?’ or?” Use your imagination and go outside to create stories. I fell in love with it and wanted to do it as a career.

Cowen’s mother signed an agent when he was 12, encouraging him to live a normal life as a child in Florida before moving to Los Angeles.

“I went to high school and went through what Bloom was going through and now I’m so grateful,” she said.

When she moved to Los Angeles, Cowen said it took her time to book a job that gave her some comfort, having a recurring role in 2018’s The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.

“Before that, I lived in a slightly older apartment in North Hollywood with a mattress on the floor. My roommate literally slept next to me on another mattress on the floor. It was definitely a journey.”

In Fate: The Winx Saga, Fire Fairy Cowens Bloom attends school to learn how to wield magical powers. There, Bloom and her core four friends experience familiar themes such as friendship, love, and competition.

Educating young people with special abilities is a popular backdrop for storytelling, as in “Fate: The Winx Saga”. Amazon’s “The Boys” spin-off called “Gen V” is set in a college for superheroes. I go to a special school called

Cowen believes these shows, including Fate: The Winx Saga, will resonate with viewers when the mythology becomes reality.

“We’re in fantasy land, but our showrunner Brian Young did a really good job of grounding it and bringing the real-life issues that so many young people face. Even my parents said, “I was able to figure it out when I was younger.

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