Bodhi Sabongui Wiki/Bio, Age, Family, Education, Girlfriend, Affair, Personal Info, Career, Movies

Bodhi Sabongui is a Canadian actor who was born on November 3, 2007, in Vancouver, Canada. Bodhi is known for appearing in various movies and tv series such as Black Adam (Amon Tomaz, 2022), The Baby-Sitters Club (Trevor Sandbourne, 2020), The Main Event (Luke, 2020), and many more.

Name Bodhi Sabongui
Birthday November 3, 2007
Age 17 years
Birthplace Vancouver, Canada
Lives In Vancouver, Canada
Profession Actor
Height 5 feet 5 inches
Weight 30 Kg
Hair Color Black
Net Worth USD 1-3 million (approx.)
Nationality Canadian
Religion Not Published
Education Graduate
Alma Mater Not Published
Ethnicity Mixed

Family Members & Education –

Father’s Name : Patrick Sabongui
Mother’s Name : Kyra Zagorsky
Siblings : Two
Marital Status : unmarried
School : Not known
Educational Qualification : Schooling

Favourite Things –

Hobbies : Watching TV shows
Favourite Place : London
Favourite Food : Not known
Favourite Colour : White

Physical Stats –

Height : 5 feet 5 inches
Weight : 30 Kg
Hair Colour : Black
Eyes Colour : Dark Brown

Career –

After getting inspiration from his parents just at the age of 10, Bodhi took his first step towards getting into the acting industry, and very soon, he got the chance to play the role of Jason in the Short film “The Prince” and in the following year, this talented star made his landing in the “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow,” in which he played the character of “Behran” and in the same year Sabongui performed the role of Elliot in “A Million Little Things” for which he gained immense attention. From 2018 to 2020, Bodhi gained popularity for his performance in “A Million Little Things,” and in between that year, he also performed in “The Main Event” and “The Baby-Sitters Club,” but his life changed overnight when he got the offer to perform with Hollywood star and former professional wrestler Dwayne Johnson in “Black Adam.”

Movies and Television shows/series Appearance:

Black Adam (Amon Tomaz, 2022)
The Baby-Sitters Club (Trevor Sandbourne, 2020)
The Main Event (Luke, 2020)
A Million Little Things (Elliot, 2018-2020)
20 Minutes to Life (Tom, 2018) – Short Film
Legends of Tomorrow (Behran, 2018)
The Prince (Jason, 2017)