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Here's What Katie From Big Time Rush Is Doing Now

Big Time Rush just announced that they are big-time back and will be hitting the road for a 2022 tour (per Young Hollywood.) With that recent announcement, you may be having some major nostalgia over the once-teen band. The band got their start on their Nickelodeon show of the same name "Big Time Rush." The show first aired in 2009 after a made-for-TV movie introduced the group and followed the band's fictional rise to fame after signing with Rocque Records. The show ran for four seasons before ending in 2013.

In true teen sitcom fashion, the show launched the careers of many of its stars. Of course, the four guys that form Big Time Rush — Kendall Schmidt, Logan Henderson, Carlos PenaVega, and James Maslow — received most of the attention, but they weren't the only ones to find success after the show. Kendall's on-screen sister Katie (Ciara Bravo) was a fan favorite on the show, often adding comedic relief to many scenes. So, it's not surprising that the young actor is doing well for herself following the show's end. Here's what Katie from "Big Time Rush” is up to now.

Ciara Bravo is a working actor who recently starred opposite Tom Holland

Ciara Bravo is an active, working actor in Hollywood. While her list of credits is not necessarily lengthy, the projects she has been involved in are very impressive. After "Big Time Rush," her next big role was on the Freeform show "Red Band Society." The show took place in a children's wing of a hospital and followed a group of kids who bond over their individual struggles with their illnesses. Bravo's role in the show was a big undertaking as she played Emma Chota who battles with an eating disorder. Her performance as Emma was stellar, but unfortunately, the show only lasted one season.

After Bravo had to say goodbye to Emma, she moved into the world of film. She made a small appearance in the comedy sequel "Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising" and starred alongside Lily Collins and Keanu Reeves in Netflix's "To The Bone." Here, she once again played a character battling an eating disorder, so it's clear that Bravo is not afraid to take on challenging roles and deep subject matter.

More recently, in 2020 Bravo played Mary Smith in the controversial Hulu show "A Teacher." She then starred in one of her first leading roles against Spider-Man himself, Tom Holland, in the Apple Original film "Cherry." Bravo played Emily who is Cherry's (Holland) lover in the film. With a growing and impressive repertoire, it'll be interesting to see where Bravo goes from here.

If you are struggling with an eating disorder, or know someone who is, help is available. Visit the National Eating Disorders Association website or contact NEDA's Live Helpline at 1-800-931-2237. You can also receive 24/7 Crisis Support via text (send NEDA to 741-741).