Photo by Robert Gilbert

Photo by Robert Gilbert

NoWhiteNoise TV recently had the pleasure of doing a Skype interview with rising star Mitchell Kummen, to virtually chat with him about his recent stint on The CW’s new superhero series DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, as well as his overall career and personal projects. In addition to starring in shows such as The Tomorrow People, When Calls the Heart and Motive, Kummen, who is not only talented but wise beyond his years, has also dedicated a good portion of his time to helping to put an end to the stigma surrounding mental health issues and bullying. Through his influential voice, he aims to obliterate the stereotypes hindering these very real topics and create a sense of community for those suffering. When he’s not being a real-life superhero to those in need, you can find him doing martial arts, working on his music and being an all around stellar dude. The 16-year-old actor has a great head on his shoulders, and spoke eloquently about his work in TV, his passion to make the world a better place, and so much more!


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McKenzie Morrell

Former tech nerd and Producer at a Literary Publicity Firm. Just a gal with a B.S. in Journalism, who loves covering the Entertainment world. Credits include World Wrestling Entertainment as the Intern Online Content Editor, NBC Universal for both The Steve Wilkos and The Jerry Springer Show, and at Red 7 Media where I created content both online and in print for the company’s various publications.

In my spare time, I enjoy watching and reviewing my favorite T.V. shows, as well as interviewing some of my favorite celebs in the industry. I’m sarcastic, opinionated, and thrive off of technology and social media.