Bodhi Sabongui

Bodhi Sabongui is an American actor and football player. He has worked in a few television projects. Recently, he is cast as the supporting role in Netflix’s movie ‘The Main Event’.

Bodhi started his career as an actor earlier in 2012. The actor appeared in a short movie as a coloring boy. He debuted in television series at the age of 8. He appeared as Behran in the series ‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’. His career-changing series was the series named ‘A Million Little Things’. He appeared as Elliot in the series since 2018. He has a recurring role in the series ‘A Million Little Things’. Besides, his debut movie is the 2020 movie ‘The Main Event’. He is supporting the lead character Riyaz as his friend Luke.

10 Facts About Bodhi Sabongui

  1. Bodhi Sabongui (born in 2007) is an American actor and Football player. He plays in the Junior leagues from the team Warriors.
  2. His age is not exactly known. However, he seems to be 13 years old as mentioned in a few social media platforms.
  3. His height is not mentioned for now. However, he stands at a good height as per his age.
  4. About his family, his parent’s names are Patrick Sabongui and Kyra Zagorsky. Patrick and Kyra are also renowned actors.
  5. He also has an older sister named ‘Ashe Sabongui’.
  6. Moving on, his relationship status is probably single for now. He is more focused in his career.
  7. He debuted in the industry in 2012. He appeared in a short film as a coloring boy.
  8. He is famous as Elliot from the TV series A Million Little Things. He appeared in 2018 in the series. And he also has a recurring role in the series.
  9. His first movie is the TV movie ‘The Main Event’. He is appearing as Luke in the series.
  10. Lastly, he has around 7.2 hundred followers in Instagram.

Facts of Bodhi Sabongui

Name Bodhi Sabongui
Birthday In 2007
Age 13 years old
Gender Male
Height N/A
Nationality American
Ethnicity White
Profession Actor
Parents Patrick Sabongui and Kyra Zagorsky
Siblings 1: Ashe Sabongui
Married/Single Single
Instagram @bodhisabongui