American actor Coy Stewart is well-known for playing Kevin Kingston in the comedy series “Are We There Yet?” on TBS and Troy Dixon in the Nickelodeon comedy series “Bella and the Bulldogs” (2015–2016). (2010-2012).
Coy Stewart has recently made appearances in Netflix’s “Mr. Iglesias” (2019), “The Blacklist,” and “Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts,” among other TV and web series (2020).
Coy Stewart: Early Life, Age, Wiki, Parents, Ethnicity
Coy Stewart was born in Columbia, South Carolina, on June 24, 1998. He is five feet eight and a half inches tall (1.74 meters). Tyson Coy is the man’s real name.
The Son of Derek Stewart and Keisha Stewart is actor Coy. Coy’s father, Darek, is a novelist who chronicled Coy’s career odyssey in the entertainment world in a book titled “The Unlikely Journey” in 2012.
Is Stewart Gay?
Coy Stewart is not a gay man, no. He was acknowledged as heterosexual in a 2017 interview with toofab.com. I have gay friends and family,” he remarked. Personally, I’m not.
But in 2017, he played a gay teenager in rapper Logic’s stirring pro-LGBTQ music video “1-800-273-8255.” Don Cheadle and Matthew Modine, who play the dads of Stewart and Gould, respectively, are also seen in the video.
Award & Nomination
In the category of Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama), Stewart took home the Young Artist Award in 2011. He won for his role in the TV show “Are We There Yet?” in 2010.
He was also a finalist for the Young Entertainer Award in 2016 for “Best Leading Young Actor – Television Series.” This time, it was for his role in the television show “Bella and the Bulldogs,” which debuted in 2015.