Abigail Cowen

Abigail Cowen spent her childhood on a farm in Gainesville, Florida. After graduating from high school, she enrolled at a university in the southeastern United States to study public relations. Alongside her studies, she pursued a career as a model, earning a living while chasing her childhood dream of becoming an actress. Eventually, she made the bold decision to move to Los Angeles to pursue acting opportunities.
In 2014, Abigail Cowen landed her debut role in an episode of "Red Band Society." Three years later, she portrayed the student Vicki Charmichael in two episodes of the popular Netflix series "Stranger Things," set in the 1980s. Over the following years, her roles became more substantial, including appearances in "Wisdom: tous contre le crime" and "The Fosters."
In 2018, Abigail Cowen achieved a significant milestone when she was cast as the witch Dorcas in "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina." However, it was her role in "Fate: The Winx Saga," a live-action adaptation of the animated series "Winx Club" for Netflix, that catapulted her to fame. Here, she portrays Bloom, a fairy from Earth who discovers her magical abilities.
Although television series dominate her career, Abigail Cowen has also appeared in films. In 2020, she starred in "I Still Believe," a biopic featuring KJ Apa of "Riverdale," portraying a Christian rock singer dealing with his fiancée's illness. In 2021, she can be seen in a film set during the 19th-century California Gold Rush, alongside Logan Marshall-Green.