|Place of birth||
Moses Lake, Washington
November 6, 1990
Pierson Fodé is known for his ranging work on projects such as HBO series Hello Ladies, Alastair Orr's "Indigenous", and miniseries "Storytellers".
Pierson Fodé was raised making short films, on his family farm in Washington State, where he graduated at 18 years old with a two-year degree in artistic and scientific studies. Moving forward quickly, he interned for a live production company where he was able to rise quickly to direct and produce. He turned to LA where has quickly furthered his career and dreams.
Fodé studies such techniques as Meisner, Adler and the modern approach of Method, under the mentoring of well-known coaches such as Deborah Aquila, Donna Morong, and John Hindman.
Recently, Fodé starred in "Naomi and Ely's No Kiss List" co-leading alongside Victoria Justice. Based on the novel by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan (authors of Nic and Norah's Infinite Playlist) No Kiss List follows two life long best friends who find themselves falling for the same guy and its repercussions. In the fall, Pierson starred in Disney's "Jessie" portraying the character of 'Brooks Wentworth,' Jessie's soon to be fiance' and down to earth heir to his family fortune. Fodé and Debby Ryan portrayed the first ever Disney TV marriage. Fodé also starred in "Kill Game", a thriller in which Fodé is the sociopathic leader of a group of friends being hunted down by a masked murderer with a score to settle, which debuted at the Cannes Film Festival. Amongst other Projects still in production, his work continues to rapidly diversify.