Little Fires Everywhere -- "Seventy Cents" - Episode 103 -- Party preparations for Mirabelle McCullough’s first birthday are underway as Mia helps Bebe search for her daughter. Brian fights with Lexie after he learns the truth about her Yale essay, prompting Lexie to befriend Pearl. To Pearl’s dismay, Moody tries to take their relationship to the next level at the homecoming dance while Izzy sends a message to April. Disappointed with the results, Izzy seeks solace from Mia, who is reeling from the discovering that Elena’s best friends, the McCulloughs, are in the process of adopting Bebe’s baby. Pearl (Lexi Underwood) and Moody (Gavin Lewis), shown. (Photo by: Erin Simkin/Hulu)

Gavin is a series regular opposite Reese Witherspoon (playing her Son) and Kerry Washington in Hulu’s upcoming limited series Little Fires Everywhere, based on Celeste Ng’s best-selling novel of the same name.

In 2018, Gavin was the lead of Netflix’s multi-camera comedy The Prince of Peoria, playing the title role of “Prince Emil.”

Lewis began his career on stage in his home state of Utah. The son of two theatre professionals, he was classically trained at a very young age, earning top honors at the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s Acting Competition. Since moving to Los Angeles, Gavin has appeared in a diverse range of television series, including Paramount Digital’s Maximum Ride and Syfy’s feature Ominous. Additional credits include NCIS: Los Angeles, The Kicks and Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie. On stage, he appeared in “The Heart of Robin Hood” at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Los Angeles.

Outside of acting, Lewis is passionately involved in raising Type 1 diabetes education and awareness. In working with the non-profit Beyond Type 1 organization, Lewis strives to lead by example and change what it means to live with diabetes.

A high school sophomore who is a Vonnegut reader, Kurt Cobain conspiracy theorist, and once attended a Toad the Wet Sprocket concert alone, Moody struggles to find his place in his family and with his peers. He delves into music and literature, fashioning himself a ‘thinker’ who’s above his peers, in order to escape the reality that he doesn’t fit in with them. When a new girl moves to town, Moody hurries to claim her.

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