Kyliegh Curran

Kyliegh Curran stars as Harper, a bright-eyed mystery-obsessed teen and Griffin's classmate, in Disney Channel's first-ever time-travel mystery series, "Secrets of Sulphur Springs." Originally from Miami, Florida, Curran began her professional acting career at the age of 7, performing diverse roles in regional theater productions for the Actors' Playhouse at The Miracle Theatre. At just 10-years-old, Curran landed a coveted role on Broadway, starring as Young Nala in Disney's Tony Award®-winning musical "The Lion King." Curran recently starred opposite Ewan McGregor in the supernatural thriller "Doctor Sleep," based upon Stephen King's best-selling novel. In 2019, Curran won the Best Young Actress award at the Music City Film Critics' Association for her role as Abra Stone. She also appeared in the independent film "I Can I Will I Did," which won the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature at the Asian American International Film Festival. A triple threat, Curran loves to sing, dance and act. She also enjoys writing and is a passionate young advocate. She has partnered with empowering organizations such as Keke Palmer's Saving Our Daughters' Cinderella's Program, Girls Inc., and Reach Out and Read. Curran currently resides in Atlanta with her family and pets, including two cats, a ferret and two dogs. She enjoys studying foreign languages, baking, gardening, knitting and crocheting. She is vegan and environmentally conscious.