He has confirmed that he is in fact not dating co-star Chloe Rose and that they are only co-stars and close friends.
Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Chloe became involved in acting as a teenager.
When classes resume at Degrassi, another dramatic, angst-fuelled semester ensues with your favourite characters, plus exciting new faces—which bring forbidden love triangles and thought-provoking revelations.
Clare sets her sights on new student Jake and their relationship goes through some unexpected twists and turns; K. and Jenna struggle to survive teenage parenthood; Drew is determined to save Bianca from gang life; meanwhile, Holly J faces her own mortality as she continues her fight back to health.
This and so much more unfolds as the senior students prepare for graduation and prom, and the grade niners work to forge their place at Degrassi. is struggling at home and searches for an excuse to escape Jenna and baby Tyson.
Season 11 of Degrassi tackles many issues that are relevant to today’s teens, including gang violence, drug abuse, bullying, gender identity, sexuality, teen parenthood and romance. A grounded Drew suspects that Bianca is being unfaithful and goes to extreme measures to learn the truth. Chris and is determined to follow him to Africa for ‘Doctors Without Borders’—but does he share Anya’s feelings? Connor is curious about girls and develops an unhealthy obsession.
The Degrassi season 10 finale saw the characters kick off spring break with the ‘Spring Fling Semi-Formal.’ Clare and Eli call it quits after Eli’s dramatic plea for Clare’s heart; Fiona confesses her love for Holly J and the girls find resolve in their unbreakable friendship; meanwhile, Jenna finally gives birth to baby Tyson!
After being outed by Bianca, he was once again the victim of transphobia, although he eventually earned the respect and admiration that he deserved from his classmates.Samuel Earle was born on October 4, 1993 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada as Samuel Richard Hollett Earle.He is an actor, known for Degrassi: The Next Generation (2001), Found Footage (2012) and Sticks and Stones (2008). Chloe's favorite activities include hiking, backpacking, and swimming. She is close friends with fellow castmates Annie Clark, Aislinn Paul, Shanice Banton, Munro Chambers, Justin Kelly, Luke Bilyk, Sam Earle, and Olivia Scriven. In 2008, Chloe was nominated as a "TV Ontario Super Citizen" for her work with The Do. She recently graduated from Etobicoke School of the Arts alongside Aislinn Paul.