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Tyler Alvarez

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Tyler Alvarez

Tyler Sage Alvarez (born October 25, 1997)[1] is an American actor, known for his roles as Diego Rueda in Nickelodeon's teen sitcom Every Witch Way and Peter Maldonado in Netflix's mockumentary series American Vandal. Early life Alvarez was born in New York City, to a first generation Cuban American father,[2] and a fourth generation Puerto Rican American mother.[3] His father works for the Drug Enforcement Administration and his mother works as a nurse administrator for a private hospital.[4] He had one older brother, Niko, who passed away in October of 2018.[4] Alvarez's parents divorced when he was a child and both subsequently remarried.[4] He has two younger half-siblings, Alex and Brianna, from his father, and a younger half-sister, Sofia, from his mother.[4] Alvarez was educated at Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School in New York City, and at Jericho High School in Jericho, New York. He is fluent in Spanish.[3] Career Alvarez's first professional acting job was in a Totino's pizza rolls commercial.[2

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Ian Chen (actor)

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Ian Chen (actor)

Ian Chen is an American actor. In 2014, he was cast as a series regular in the ABC comedy series Fresh Off the Boat. Appearances He is a lead character on the ABC series Fresh Off The Boat. In November 2016, Chen opened the "FASO Goes Pops!" orchestra concert with a performance of the young Michael Jackson hit, "Ben."[1] In June 2016, he starred as the main character in Eric Nam's music video "Into You".[2] In 2019, he co-starred in the live-action film Shazam!.[3] Personal life Ian Chen has a younger brother, named Max, and both are fluent in Mandarin.[4] He has shown enthusiasm for video games, like Counter Strike: Global Offensive, etc and also sings and plays guitar in a band.[5] Filmography Television Year Title Role Notes 2013 Modern Family Episode: "Larry's Wife" 2014 Grey's Anatomy Luca Episode: "I Must Have Lost It on the Wind" 2015–present Fresh Off the Boat Evan Huang Series regular 2016 Dr. Ken Henry Guest star (episode: "The Wedding Sitter") Loosely E

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Joshua Colley

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Joshua Colley

Joshua Colley is an American musical theatre actor. Personal life Joshua Colley and his twin brother Cameron were born on January 20, 2002, to Brad and Robbie Lynn Colley. Colley was raised in Trinity, Florida.[1] His parents own a business called Play 'N Around Theatre Company that performs educational musicals at local schools and community centers. Cameron Colley is also an actor; he played Young Charlie in the musical Kinky Boots on Broadway. Career In January 2014, it was announced that Colley would play the role of Gavroche in the Broadway revival of Les Miserables, alternating in that role with Gaten Matarazzo.[2] Colley started with the show when it began previews on March 1, 2014 and performed until March 1, 2015.[3] The Huffington Post called Colley's performance "'grounded and believable and anything but an outtake from Oliver!"[4] In 2014, Colley was cast as the voice of Pig Robinson in the Nick Jr. animated television show Peter Rabbit. He voiced the role from 2014 to 2015.[5][6] Colley pla

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Keaton Nigel Cooke

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Keaton Nigel Cooke

Keaton Nigel Cooke is an American actor. He made his television debut in Difficult People (2015) and his film debut in Wiener-Dog (2016). Career Keaton Nigel Cooke started his acting career at five years old in the production of "The Jungle Book" (2012) where he played the lead role of "Mowgli." He went on to play roles as diverse as "Tiny Tim" in "A Christmas Carol" (2013) to the role of "Wally Webb" in "Our Town" (2014.) Keaton went on to screen success playing the lead role in three (3) consecutive movies. Todd Solondz's "Weiner Dog" (2016), Loki Film's "Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You" (2016) and Nick Colia's "Alex and the Handyman" (2016.) Keaton was the only lead actor with two (2) movies entered in the esteemed 2016 Sundance Film Festival. Keaton has continued his success this year by receiving the "Best Actor" award from N.Y.U. for his portrayal of Alex, in "Alex and the Handyman." Keaton has also to date this year, played the leading role in three (3) more movies. Graham Sack's "Lincoln in

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Daeg Faerch

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Daeg Faerch

Daeg Neergaard Faerch ([1] born September 27, 1995)[2][3] is an American actor. He is perhaps best known for his portrayal of young Michael Myers in Rob Zombie's horror remake Halloween (2007). Faerch has also played in theatrical productions of Grapes of Wrath in which he played the role of Winfield, Marat/Sade in which he played the role of young Herald, Waiting for Godot playing the messenger, and Shakespeare Unabridged as a musical guest rapper. He has performed in Shakespeare productions, including Coriolanus, in which he played young Coriolanus, The Merry Wives of Windsor, and Hamlet. He also landed the role of Pincegurre in the French play L'Impromptu de Théophile, as well as a role in the comedy The Nerd, in which he played the character Thor Waldgrave.[4] In addition to English, Faerch speaks French. Career Halloween As a child actor, Faerch was cast in the Halloween remake as a young Michael Myers, performing his own stunts.[5][6][7] Faerch's performance as the murderous young Myers was met with p

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Israel Broussard

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Israel Broussard

Isaiah Israel Broussard ([1] born August 22, 1994) is an American actor. He made his film debut in the comedy-drama Flipped, and is known for his roles in the crime film The Bling Ring (2013), the drama Perfect High (2015), the thriller H8RZ (2015), the comedy Good Kids (2016), the slasher film Happy Death Day (2017) as well as its 2019 sequel Happy Death Day 2U, and the teen romance film To All the Boys I've Loved Before (2018). Early life Broussard was born in Gulfport, Mississippi, to Angela (née Clapp),[2] a Mary Kay cosmetics consultant,[3] and Lawrence Clayton Adams (1957–1999), who died when Broussard was four.[4] He was raised in Saucier, Mississippi[5] by his mother and stepfather, Gil Broussard, a computer programmer,[3] who later adopted him and his older sister.[6] He has one younger half-brother from his mother's remarriage.[6] Career Broussard began his career with small roles as Garrett Einbinder in the comedy-drama Flipped (2010) and Josh in the comedy The Chaperone (2011), before landing

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Ian Bohen

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Ian Bohen

Ian Stuart Bohen (born September 24, 1976) is an American actor best known for his role as Peter Hale in MTV's Teen Wolf and as Ryan in Paramount Network's drama series Yellowstone. Bohen also appeared in a recurring role as Roy Hazelitt, who vied for the same woman as Don Draper, in AMC's Mad Men. Life and career Bohen was born and raised in Carmel, California. He began his film-acting career in 1993, making his debut in Todd Field's AFI Conservatory project, Delivering.[1] He followed this with a turn as "Young Earp" to Kevin Costner's "Wyatt," in Lawrence Kasdan's 1994 Oscar nominated film, Wyatt Earp.[2] In 1997, Bohen landed the role of Young Hercules in Hercules: The Legendary Journeys. He recurred in flashbacks as the young hero during the series.[3] A spin-off of the popular show was made into a television movie, Young Hercules, with Bohen appearing again as Hercules in his formative years.[3] A children's television series was later commissioned, but Bohen declined to return to the role as he was

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Erin Blunt

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Erin Blunt

Erin Blunt (born November 9, 1963 in Los Angeles, California) is an American actor best known for his role as Ahmad Abdul-Rahim in The Bad News Bears, The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training, and The Bad News Bears Go to Japan. He also appeared in numerous episodes of TV shows and films such as The Waltons, Happy Days What's Happening!!, Car Wash and A Hero Ain't Nothin' but a Sandwich. External links Erin Blunt on IMDb

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Berry Brothers

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Berry Brothers

The Berry Brothers were an African-American "exotic, acrobatic soft shoe dance" trio, active in the entertainment business for over 30 years.[1] The trio was composed of Ananias (Nyas, "King of the Strut"), James and Warren Berry. Biography Ananias "Nyas" Berry (Augusts 18, 1913 – October 5, 1951) and James Berry (c. 1915 – 1969) were born to Ananias Berry and Redna Berry in New Orleans. As early as 1919 the two brothers already performed in Chicago and then in Denver where the family settled and the younger Warren (December 25, 1922 – August 10, 1996) was born.[2] In 1924 the family moved to Los Angeles where as child actors Nyas, James and then Warren appeared in several films. In 1929 Nyas and James formed the dance duo "The Berry Brothers." They appeared with Duke Ellington in "Rhythmania" at the Cotton Club. That same year they traveled to London and were featured performers in the critically acclaimed all-African-American revue Blackbirds of 1928. They were the first African American act at the Copa

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Sammy Davis Jr.

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Sammy Davis Jr.

Samuel George Davis Jr. (December 8, 1925 – May 16, 1990) was an American singer, musician, dancer, actor, vaudevillian, comedian and activist known for his impressions of actors, musicians and other celebrities. At age three, Davis Jr. began his career in vaudeville with his father Sammy Davis Sr. and the Will Mastin Trio, which toured nationally. After military service, Davis Jr. returned to the trio and became an overnight sensation following a nightclub performance at Ciro's (in West Hollywood) after the 1951 Academy Awards. With the trio, he became a recording artist. In 1954, at the age of 29, he lost his left eye in a car accident. Several years later, he converted to Judaism, finding commonalities between the oppression experienced by African-American and Jewish communities.[1] After a starring role on Broadway in Mr Wonderful (1956), he returned to the stage in 1964's Golden Boy. Davis Jr.'s film career began as a child in 1933. In 1960, he appeared in the Rat Pack film Ocean's 11. In 1966, he ha

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Griffin Gluck

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Griffin Gluck

Griffin Alexander Gluck (born August 24, 2000) is an American actor. On television, he is notable for his starring role as Charlie in Red Band Society and main role as Mason Warner on Private Practice and as Danny Gannon in Back in the Game. He also co-starred in both seasons of Netflix mockumentary series American Vandal. In film, he has portrayed Rafe Khatchadorian in the film Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life. Gluck recently played “dunkerman” in Netflix original movie “Tall Girl” Early life Gluck was born in Los Angeles. His father, Cellin Gluck, is a film director and producer, and his mother, Karin Beck, was a production assistant and line producer. Griffin's father was born in Wakayama Prefecture, Japan, to American parents, and was partly raised in Kobe, Japan.[1][2][3][4] Griffin's paternal grandparents were Sumi (Hiramoto), who was of Japanese descent, and Jay Gluck, an archaeologist, historian, and Japanophile, who was of Jewish heritage.[1][5] Career Gluck started acting when he went w

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Mason Vale Cotton

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Mason Vale Cotton

Mason Vale Cotton (born June 25, 2002) is an American actor. He was the fourth actor to portray Bobby Draper on the television series Mad Men, played Maynard "M.J." Delfino on Desperate Housewives, and he also voiced Arnold on Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie. Biography Mason Vale Cotton was born in San Diego, California, to Hillary (née Vale) and Jason Lee Cotton, a football coach of Notre Dame High School. Alongside with his older brother, Maxwell Perry Cotton, is also an actor. Filmography Film Year Title Role Notes 2007 A Dennis the Menace Christmas Futuristic Boy Video 2008 The Spleenectomy Casper Short 2010 Radio Free Albemuth Ezra Brady 2013 Snake & Mongoose Tommy (at 7) 2015 Russell Madness Max 2017 Mad Families Chuckie 2017 Super Billy Short 2017 Scales: Mermaids Are Real Martin Completed TBD FuN? Jack Jones Short, post-production Television Year Title Role Notes 2008 Medium Ben Goldman Episode: "And Then" 2008 E

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Anthony Gonzalez (actor)

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Anthony Gonzalez (actor)

Anthony Gonzalez (born September 23, 2004) is an American actor. He has appeared in the TV series The Bridge (2014) and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (2017), and was the lead in the Pixar film Coco (2017).[3][4] Career Gonzalez voiced the lead character Miguel in the 2017 Pixar film Coco.[5] Gonzalez won an Annie Award, Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Award, and Teen Choice Award for his role. Filmography Year Title Role Note 2013 El Factor X Himself 2014 The Bridge Young Boy Episode: "Lamia" 2015 Imagination of Young Bruno Short film 2017 Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders Polaroid Episode: "The Devil's Breath" 2017 Coco Miguel Voice role 2018 Icebox Oscar 2018 The Gospel Truth Solo singer #11 2018 The Last Ship Simon Barros 4 episodes 2018 Shameless Santiago 3 episodes Awards Year Association Category Nominated work Result Ref. 2017 Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Best Animated Voice Perfor

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Brad Bufanda

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Brad Bufanda

Brad Bufanda (born Fred Joseph Bufanda III; May 4, 1983 – November 1, 2017) was an American actor. He was known for his recurring role as Felix Toombs in the television series Veronica Mars, as well as his self-made Internet videos. Career Bufanda began his professional acting career in 1994 starring in the independent action film Pocket Ninjas. He appeared on television the first time in 1994 as the Hero Boy in a Skechers commercial. At the age of 12 he starred in the ABC weekend special The Secret of Lizard Woman. While in middle school he appeared on the ABC series Roseanne and Hangin' with Mr. Cooper. Bufanda later appeared in a number of television shows including CBS's CSI: Miami, Fox's Malcolm in the Middle, Disney Channel's Even Stevens, and NBC's soap opera Days of Our Lives. Bufanda portrayed Felix Toombs in the first two seasons of the series Veronica Mars. He starred in the Cinemax series Co-Ed Confidential (credited as Bradley Joseph) from 2008 to 2010, in addition to filming and editing the s

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Asher Angel

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Asher Angel

Asher Dov Angel[1] (born September 6, 2002[2]) is an American actor. He began his career as a child actor in the 2008 film Jolene, starring Jessica Chastain. He is known for his role as Jonah Beck in the 2017 Disney Channel series Andi Mack. In 2019, Angel portrayed Billy Batson in the DC Extended Universe film Shazam! Personal life Angel was born in Phoenix, Arizona,[3] and lived in Paradise Valley, Arizona. His parents are Jody and Coco Angel, and he is the oldest of three siblings, with a brother and sister.[4] He is Jewish.[4] He sings and plays the guitar.[5] Career At the age of 5, Angel appeared in the 2008 film Jolene. Angel started his career by appearing in numerous theater productions.[6] At the age of 7, Desert Stages Theatre held auditions for the musical Oliver! and, with his parents' permission, Angel auditioned and won a role in the production.[7] His mother promised to take him to Los Angeles if he "put in the work and [did] 30 [local] shows", and he went on to act in multiple plays inclu

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Asher Blinkoff

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Asher Blinkoff

Asher Blinkoff (born November 23, 2008) is an American child actor and voice actor, best known for his role as Dennis in the Hotel Transylvania film franchise for Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation. Career Asher Blinkoff is the son of Marion and Saul Blinkoff.[1] Blinkoff made his feature film debut at age 6 in Hotel Transylvania 2.[2] Personal life Blinkoff has an older sister named Meira who is also a voice actor.[3] Filmography Live-action Year Title Role Notes 2016 The Jungle Book Young Wolf Voice Animation Year Title Voice role Notes 2012 Wake-up Call (For Him) Himself Short film Wake-up Call (For Her) Baby 2015 Taking Flight Tony Hotel Transylvania 2 Dennis 2016 Bling Minitar Sing Piglet Uncredited 2017 Puppy! Dennis Short film 2018 Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation References Hill, Jim (2015-09-10). "There's Something Fishy About Asher Blinkoff's Voice Work in Hotel Transylvania 2". Huffington Post. Re

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David Coburn (actor)

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David Coburn (actor)

David Coburn (born October 31, 1969 in Los Angeles, California) is an American actor, voice actor, and singer. He is best known as the voice of Captain Planet in the TV series Captain Planet and the Planeteers.[1] He has lived in Paris, France, since 2011. Coburn is not related to James Coburn, his co-star on Captain Planet. Filmography 1979–1981: One Day at a Time (TV Series) (Ted Loomis) 1980: Facts of Life (Carl on the Dec 17, 1980 episode "Who Am I?") 1980: Diff'rent Strokes (Jimmy) 1980: The Jazz Singer (Bar Mitzvah Boy) 1984: Pole Position (TV Series) (voice of Dan Darret) 1986: Born American (K.C.) 1989: The Fabulous Baker Boys (Kid at Vet) 1989: Gross Anatomy (voice) 1990: New Kids on the Block (TV Series) (voice; Nikko and Donnie Wahlberg) 1990–1996: Captain Planet and the Planeteers (TV Series) (voice; Captain Planet/Captain Pollution) 1991: Star Trek: The Next Generation (Brower in "The Nth Degree") 1991–1993: Harry and the Hendersons (TV Series) Walter Potter[2] 1992: The Fountain

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Jake Cherry

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Jake Cherry

Jacob "Jake" Cherry (born September 15, 1996) is an American actor. He is best known for playing the role of Nick Daley in Night at the Museum (2006) and in its sequel Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (2009). Personal life Cherry was born in New Jersey.[1] He has two brothers, one of whom is Andrew Cherry, lacrosse goalie for the New York Lizards. In his free time, he enjoys playing video games such as Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, World of Tanks and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. He graduated from Old Bridge High School and is currently studying screen acting at Chapman University. Career Cherry appeared as Nick Daley in Night at the Museum and Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, and as Travers McLain in Desperate Housewives. His film debut was in Friends with Money. He also appeared on Fox's short-lived series Head Cases. He has appeared in an episode of Criminal Minds, as a patient's son in Fox's medical drama House, and in an episode of Fox's crime drama Bones. He appeared i

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Dillon Freasier

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Dillon Freasier

Dillon Freasier (born March 6, 1996) is an American actor, best known for his role in the epic drama film There Will Be Blood (2007). Career Freasier was not an actor when chosen for his role in There Will Be Blood (2007). After several unsuccessful attempts at casting established Hollywood child actors, casting director Cassandra Kulukundis began searching for potential actors in rural schools near Marfa, Texas, the film's primary filming location.[1] At a Fort Davis school with "maybe eight boys of the right age", Freasier was singled out by his principal. Kulukundis said that "he just stayed in my mind, so I called his mother at home and asked if it was all right if I could come over that night".[1] While racing to another school to see more boys, Kulukundis was pulled over by a traffic cop, who happened to be Freasier's mother, and was let off with a warning.[2] According to The New York Times, director Paul Thomas Anderson "really wanted a kid who'd grown up around ranches and horses rather than someo

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List of former African-American child actors

This is a list of former African-American child actors. These actors were aged 17 or less at the time they started acting but are currently 18 or over. The list also includes deceased child actors. Movies and/or TV series they appeared in are mentioned only if they were still a child at the time of filming. Name Born [Died] Years active (as child actors) & selected filmography Bagley, Ross 1988 1994-2004 -- The Little Rascals (1994) Beard, Carlena 1929 [1972] 1930-1935 -- Our Gang (1930-35) Beard, Matthew ("Stymie") 1925 [1981] 1929-1940 -- Our Gang (1930-35) Berry, Ananias 1913 [1951] 1924-1927 -- The McDougall Kids Berry, James 1915 [1969] 1924-1926 -- The McDougall Kids Berry, Warren 1922 [1996] 1927 -- The McDougall Kids Bledsoe, Tempestt 1973 1984-1988 -- The Cosby Show (1984-92) Blunt, Eric 1963 1973-1979 -- The Bad News Bears (1976) Boyce, Cameron 1999 [2019] 2008-2019 -- Jessie (2011-2015) -- Descendants series (2015-19) Bridges, Tod

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Garrett Clayton

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Garrett Clayton

Gary Michael "Garrett" Clayton (born March 19, 1991) is an American actor and singer. He is known for portraying Tanner in the 2013 Disney Channel movie Teen Beach Movie and its 2015 sequel Teen Beach 2, and other film, television, and stage roles. Life and career Clayton was born in Dearborn, Michigan. He began acting at Crestwood High School in Dearborn Heights, Michigan, performing in many of the drama club's productions. He later attended Oakland University where he studied musical theater. In 2010, he made appearances on Days of Our Lives and Shake It Up. In December 2012, he appeared in the Lifetime movie Holiday Spin, co-starring Ralph Macchio, as Blake, a rebellious teen forced to live with his father after his mother is killed in a car accident.[2] He was cast in 2013 in the role of Tanner in Disney's musical Teen Beach Movie, playing a cool but vacuous surfer who is "a mix between Frankie Avalon and Link from Hairspray".[3] The film was directed by Jeffrey Hornaday and was filmed in Puerto Rico

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Kenneth Casey

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Kenneth Casey

Kenneth Casey (January 10, 1899 – August 10, 1965) was an American composer, publisher, author, and child movie star in early silents. Biography Born in New York City, Casey worked as a child actor in over thirty films for Vitagraph Studios between the years 1909 and 1913.[1] He appeared with a young Moe Howard in the 1909 picture We Must Do Our Best. Howard later became famous as one of The Three Stooges. As a songwriter, Casey is best remembered for writing the lyrics to "Sweet Georgia Brown" in 1925.[2] Filmography We Must Do Our Best, directed by Van Dyke Brooke (1909) Mario's Swan Song (1910) Over the Garden Wall (1910) Chew Chew Land; or, The Adventures of Dolly and Jim (1910) Two Waifs and a Stray (1910) A Lunatic at Large (1910) Ransomed; or, A Prisoner of War (1910) The Children's Revolt (1910) Jean Goes Fishing (1910) Drumsticks (1910) A Tin-Type Romance (1910) The Misses Finch and Their Nephew Billy (1911) Consuming Love; or, St. Valentine's Day in Greenaway Land (191

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Sean Astin

Sean Patrick Astin (né Duke; born February 25, 1971) is an American actor, voice actor, director, and producer. His acting roles include Samwise Gamgee in The Lord of the Rings trilogy (2001–2003), Mikey Walsh in The Goonies (1985), Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger in Rudy (1993), Doug Whitmore in 50 First Dates (2004), and Bob Newby in the second season of Stranger Things (2017–2019).[1] Early life Astin was born in Santa Monica, California, the son of actress Patty Duke (1946–2016) and Michael Tell.[2][3][4] However, at the time, it was erroneously reported that entertainer Desi Arnaz Jr. was his biological father. During that time, Duke also had a sexual relationship with Michael Tell, a writer, music promoter and publisher of the newspaper The Las Vegas Israelite. When Duke became pregnant, she was unsure whether Arnaz or Tell was the father, so Tell offered to marry her as a way out of the scandal. The marriage only lasted 13 days in 1970, and ended long before Astin was born.[5][6][7] On August 5, 1972, Duke

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Arthur Anderson (actor)

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Arthur Anderson (actor)

Arthur John Miles Anderson (August 29, 1922 – April 9, 2016) was an American actor of radio, film, television, and stage. Early years Anderson was born August 29, 1922, on Staten Island, New York. His parents, George Christian Anderson and Violet Brookfield Anderson, came from Denmark and England. He was educated at the Professional Children's School in Manhattan.[1] "He first came to radio through a children's community playhouse and started appearing regularly in 1934 on Uncle Nick Kenny's Radio Kindergarten at WMCA."[2] Let's Pretend As a child, he was heard on NBC in the role of the orphan Buddy on the radio network's musical serial drama, Tony and Gus (1935).[1] The following year he joined the cast of Nila Mack's Let's Pretend and continued on that children's program until it came to an end in 1954. In 2004, he wrote a history of the show, Let's Pretend and the Golden Age of Radio (BearManor Media), which includes a foreword by Norman Corwin and a complete broadcast log by Derek Tague and Martin Gr

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Joseph Leonard Gordon-Levitt (born February 17, 1981) is an American actor, filmmaker, singer, and entrepreneur. As a child, Gordon-Levitt appeared in the films A River Runs Through It, Angels in the Outfield, Holy Matrimony and 10 Things I Hate About You, and as Tommy Solomon in the TV series 3rd Rock from the Sun. He took a break from acting to study at Columbia University, but dropped out in 2004 to pursue acting again. He has since starred in (500) Days of Summer, Inception, Hesher, 50/50, Premium Rush, Miracle at St. Anna, The Brothers Bloom, The Dark Knight Rises, Brick, Looper, The Lookout, Manic, Lincoln, Mysterious Skin, and G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. He portrayed Philippe Petit in the Robert Zemeckis-directed film The Walk (2015),[1] and whistleblower Edward Snowden in the Oliver Stone film Snowden (2016).[2] For his leading performances in (500) Days of Summer and 50/50, he was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy. Gordon-Levitt also founded the

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Frankie Darro

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Frankie Darro

Frankie Darro (born Frank Johnson, Jr.; December 22, 1917 – December 25, 1976) was an American actor and later in his career a stuntman. He began his career as a child actor in silent films, progressed to lead roles and co-starring roles in adventure, western, dramatic, and comedy films, and later became a character actor and voice-over artist. He is perhaps best known for his role as Lampwick, the unlucky boy who turns into a donkey in Walt Disney's second animated feature, Pinocchio (1940). In early credits, his last name was spelled Darrow.[1] Early life Frankie Darro was born on Saturday, December 22, 1917, in Chicago, Illinois, as Frank Johnson, Jr. His parents, Frank Johnson, Sr. and his wife Ada, were known as The Flying Johnsons, a flying circus act with the Sells Floto Circus; it was a profession that his father attempted to train him in, and he cured Frankie's fear of heights by having him walk on a length of wire, gradually raising the height of it until his son had mastered the trick. In 1922,

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Stephen Dorff

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Stephen Dorff

Stephen Hartley Dorff Jr. [2] (born July 29, 1973) is an American actor, known for portraying Roland West in the third season of HBO's crime drama anthology series True Detective, PK in The Power of One, Stuart Sutcliffe in Backbeat, Johnny Marco in Sofia Coppola's Somewhere, and for his roles in Blade as vampire-overlord Deacon Frost, Cecil B. DeMented, The Motel Life, S.F.W. and Space Truckers. Early life Dorff was born in Atlanta, Georgia, the son of Nancy and Steve Dorff, who is a composer and music producer.[1][3] His father is Jewish, and his mother was Catholic,[4] and Dorff has stated that he was "kinda brought up half-Jewish."[5][6][7] Dorff's brother Andrew (1976–2016) was a country music songwriter.[8] He was raised in Los Angeles, where his father worked, and began acting as a child, appearing in commercials for Kraft and Mattel. Dorff attended several private schools, and was expelled from five of them.[9] Career Dorff (center) with Robert Davi and Michael Shannon at the 2012 Toronto Intern

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Michael Ray Bower

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Michael Ray Bower

Anthony Michael Ray Bower (born February 12, 1975) is an American actor best known for his role as Eddie "Donkeylips" Gelfen on the television program Salute Your Shorts,[2] which was aired from 1991 to 1992 on Nickelodeon and for which he won a Young Artist Award.[3] Career Born in Tarzana, California, Bower made his film debut at age 11, in Michael Jackson's 1988 Moonwalker.[4][5][6][7] He had appearances in episodic television series such as Webster, Tales from the Crypt, Empty Nest, Superior Court, Hull High, The Wonder Years, and Doogie Howser, M.D., before being brought into Salute Your Shorts[8] for 20 episodes as the major character of Eddie 'Donkeylips' Gelfen. After that series, he continued with guest roles on well-known television series, including that of Monica Geller's (Courteney Cox) prom date on an episode of Friends.[2][9] He has also appeared in movies such as Marilyn Hotchkiss' Ballroom Dancing and Charm School[10] and Ivan Reitman's Evolution.[11][12] Bower had a small role in an episod

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Jon M. Chu

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Jon M. Chu

Jonathan Murray Chu (Chinese: 朱浩偉; pinyin: Zhū Hàowěi; born November 2, 1979) is an American filmmaker. He has directed the films Step Up 2: The Streets, Step Up 3D, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never,[1] Hasbro franchises Jem and the Holograms and G.I. Joe: Retaliation, and the romantic comedy Crazy Rich Asians. Chu is an alumnus of the University of Southern California School of Cinema-Television. There, he won the Princess Grace Award, the Dore Schary Award presented by the Anti-Defamation League, the Jack Nicholson directing award, and was recognized as an honoree for the IFP/West program Project: Involve. Life and career Chu was born in Palo Alto, California and grew up in nearby Los Altos. His mother, Ruth Chu was born in Taiwan and his father, Lawrence Chu was born in Sichuan.[2][3][4] Lawrence Chu is a well-known chef, and his parents own Chef Chu's, a popular restaurant in Los Altos.[5][6] He attended Pinewood School from kindergarten through 12th grade.[7] After making his student short, When the Kid

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Christopher Bowman

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Christopher Bowman

Christopher Nicol[1] Bowman (March 30, 1967 – January 10, 2008) was an American figure skater. He was a two-time World medalist (silver in 1989, bronze in 1990), the 1983 World Junior champion, and a two-time U.S. national champion. He competed in two Olympic Winter Games, placing 7th in 1988 and 4th in 1992. Early years Bowman was born in Hollywood, California. In his childhood, he appeared in commercials and two episodes of the TV series Little House on the Prairie. Career In 1983, Bowman won the World Junior Championships and the U.S. national junior title. Bowman withdrew from the 1986 U.S. Championships after finishing second in the short program; he had a separation between his right tibia and fibula.[2] The following season, he took the silver medal at U.S. nationals and was assigned to his first senior World Championships, finishing 7th. In 1988, Bowman won the bronze medal at the U.S. Championships and was sent to his first Olympics, where he finished 7th. He then placed 5th at the 1988 World C

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Winston and Weston Doty

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Winston and Weston Doty

Winston and Weston Doty (February 18, 1914 – January 1, 1934)[1] were twin child actors active for several years during the silent film era. The Doty twins were among the casualties of the New Year Flood of 1934. Biography Winston and Weston – originally Winston and Wilson, though the latter was later changed after the two began appearing in silent films – were born in Malta, Ohio, sons of Lawrence "Jack" and Olive Doty. Their father was a stage and radio actor who had separated from his wife when the boys were fairly young.[2][3] The brothers lived with their mother in Chicago, Los Angeles and later in Venice, California. Between 1922 and 1924 Winston and Weston Doty appeared in a handful of silent film shorts, among them "Our Gang," 1922 with Anna Mae Bilson and Jackie Condon, One Terrible Day, and one full-length feature, Peter Pan (1924). In 1930 Olive Doty was employed in Los Angeles as an investment manager while her boys clerked at a local grocery store after school hours.[2] Later the twins enroll

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Michael Burns (U.S. academic)

Barbara Stanwyck, Michael Burns, and Colleen Dewhurst in The Big Valley episode "A Day of Terror" (1966) Michael Thornton Burns (born December 30, 1947) is an American professor emeritus of history at Mount Holyoke College,[2] as well as a published author and former television and film child actor. Background Michael Thornton Burns was born in Mineola, New York on Long Island, a suburb of New York City to director and producer Frank Xavier Burns (best-known for the early television series, Martin Kane, Private Eye) and Mary Lou DeWeese. He has an older sister, Pamela. In 1949, the family moved to Yonkers, New York. In 1956, the family relocated to Beverly Hills, California, where he attended Beverly Hills High School. He attended for a year at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia before he transferred to UCLA, which he attended mostly after hours while still working as an actor during many days and residing in Redondo Beach. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa summa cum laude in 1976 with a

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Alan Aisenberg

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Alan Aisenberg

Alan Aisenberg (born March 18, 1993) is an American actor and television producer. He is best known for his role as Baxter Bayley on the Netflix original series Orange Is the New Black. Life and career Aisenberg was raised in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey and picked up acting at a Jewish Community Center in Tenafly, New Jersey at a very young age.[1][2] While attending college at the New York University's Tisch School of the Arts,[1] he co-founded a production company known as Deverge.[2] Aisenberg made his on-screen debut in the 2007 horror film Unholy.[3] He later made his television debut in 2008 with a minor role in the Nickelodeon series The Naked Brothers Band before landing multiple roles in a number of films, as well as television series such as Mozart in the Jungle and Inside Amy Schumer. In June 2015, Aisenberg began his recurring role as correctional officer Baxter "Gerber" Bayley on the Netflix comedy-drama series Orange Is the New Black.[2][3] On January 29, 2017, Aisenberg and the rest of the

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Steven Crowder

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Steven Crowder

Steven Blake Crowder (born July 7, 1987) is a conservative Canadian-American commentator, actor, and comedian.[1][2] He hosts a Youtube show, Louder with Crowder, and is a former contributor at Fox News. In June 2019, Crowder's YouTube videos were investigated over his repeated use of racist and homophobic slurs to describe journalist Carlos Maza.[3] The channel was not suspended, with YouTube saying "the videos as posted don't violate our policies",[4] but it was demonetized.[5] Early life and career Crowder describes himself as a pro-life Christian conservative.[6] Early in his career, he worked as a voice actor for the character Alan "The Brain" Powers on the children's television series Arthur.[7] He began performing stand-up comedy at age 17. He then acted in a number of films, including the role of Doug Moore in the 2009 movie To Save a Life. From 2009 to 2012, Crowder worked for Fox News.[8] Crowder creates mainly comedic content and political commentary on his YouTube channel.[9][10] Political act

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Thomas Barbusca

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Thomas Barbusca

Thomas Barbusca is an American teen actor. He is known for portraying Chip Pemberton, one of the three kids on the television sitcom The Mick.[1] He also starred in the film Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life and plays Drew, the camp bully kid in the Netflix television series Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp. He also had a cameo in the fifth season of American Horror Story. Personal life He has an older sister named Brielle who is also an actress.[2][3] He currently lives in California.[2] He has stated that his ancestry is "100% Italian."[4] Career In 2016, Barbusca was cast to co-star as Chip Pemberton on The Mick.[5] Later, he starred in the film Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life as Leo based on the 2011 novel of the same name by James Patterson and Chris Tebbetts.[6] Filmography Film Year Title Role Notes 2012 Microeconomics Cody Short film 2014 The Last Time You Had Time Duncan 2015 Summer Memories Jason (voice) Short film 2015 Tag Playground boy

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Michael Burns (actor)

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Michael Burns (actor)

Barbara Stanwyck, Michael Burns, and Colleen Dewhurst in The Big Valley episode "A Day of Terror" (1966) Michael Thornton Burns (born December 30, 1947) is an American professor emeritus of history at Mount Holyoke College,[2] as well as a published author and former television and film child actor. Background Michael Thornton Burns was born in Mineola, New York on Long Island, a village in Nassau County to director and producer Frank Xavier Burns (best-known for the early television series, Martin Kane, Private Eye) and Mary Lou DeWeese. He has an older sister, Pamela. In 1949, the family moved to Yonkers, New York. In 1956, the family relocated to Beverly Hills, California, where he attended Beverly Hills High School. He attended for a year at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia before he transferred to UCLA, which he attended mostly after hours while still working as an actor during many days and residing in Redondo Beach. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa summa cum laude in 1976 with

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Johnny Eck

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Johnny Eck

John Eckhardt Jr, (August 27, 1911 – January 5, 1991) professionally billed as Johnny Eck was an American freak show performer in side shows and a film actor. Born without the lower half of his torso, Eck is best known today for his role in Tod Browning's 1932 cult classic film Freaks and his appearances as a bird creature in several Tarzan films. He was often billed as "The Amazing Half-Boy", "King of the Freaks" and "The Most Remarkable Man Alive". Besides being a sideshow performer and actor, the multi-talented Eck was also an artist, musician, photographer, illusionist, penny arcade owner, Punch and Judy operator, and expert model-maker. Early life John Eckhardt Jr. was born on August 27, 1911 to Emilia (born 1876) and John Eckhardt, Sr. (born 1874) in Baltimore, Maryland, as a fraternal twin. His brother Robert Eckhardt was also a performer and he had an older sister named Caroline Laura Echhardt.[1] Eck was born with a truncated torso due to sacral agenesis. Though Eck would sometimes describe himsel

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Brendon Ryan Barrett

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Brendon Ryan Barrett

Brendon Ryan Barrett is an American actor and acting coach. Early life and career Barrett was the voice of Casper the Friendly Ghost in Casper's Haunted Christmas, and Chris Carson in the 1997 film Casper: A Spirited Beginning. Brendon graduated from Folsom High School in 2004 and attended Sacramento State University where he graduated with a double major in Communications and Criminal Justice. From 2007 to 2010, Barrett taught monologue and television 1 lessons at John Robert Powers.[1] Films Casper's Haunted Christmas (2000): Casper Lloyd (2001): Troy Boys and Girls (2000): Young Ryan The King of Queens (2000): Jason Two of a Kind (1999): Ethan Killion Durango Kids (1999): Taylor Logan's War: Bound by Honor (1998): Logan Fallon (age 10) Touched by an Angel (1998): Cameron The Shadow Men (1998): Andy Wilson Casper: A Spirited Beginning (1997): Chris Carson Soul Man (1997–1998): Andy Weber Stolen Innocence (1995): Johnny Sapp External links Brendon Ryan Barrett on IMDb Bren

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Kenny Easterday

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Kenny Easterday

Kenneth Easterday (December 7, 1973 – February 12, 2016) was an American man born with the rare disability, sacral agenesis.[1] To improve his mobility, his legs were amputated at the hip when he was six months old.[2] Life and career The amputations took place in two stages. The first amputation surgery took Easterday's shin bones, which were used to replace his missing spinal column. At the time of Easterday's first amputation surgery he was only expected to live six months to one year. At six months of age, Easterday underwent a second and final amputation surgery which involved amputating the rest of his remaining legs at the hips.[3] Easterday gained some notoriety following the 1988 release of the Canadian movie The Kid Brother (1988, also known as Kenny), in which he played a fictionalized version of himself.[4] He was a regular on The Jerry Springer Show in which he functioned as "The Messenger." He was also the focus of a 2010 TLC special[5] titled "The Man with Half a Body".[6] He was born in A

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Miles Brown (actor)

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Miles Brown (actor)

Miles Brown (born December 28, 2004), also known by his stage name Baby Boogaloo, is an American actor and dancer. He is known for his role as Jack Johnson in the ABC comedy series Black-ish. Brown is the youngest member of the Jr. NBA Leadership Council.[1][2] Life and career Brown was born in Oxnard, California. He is the son of rapper Jack "Wildchild" and Cyndee Brown.[3] He began dancing when he was three years old. As a young child, he danced in music videos—including "Yeah 3x" and "Loving You Is Killing Me"—and on the children's show Yo Gabba Gabba!.[4][5] At the age of 5, he was a guest on the Ellen Show and a contestant on the fifth season of America's Got Talent as part of the dance duo "Future Funk."[6][7] His first role in a feature film was as part of the Little Rascals Intro Battle Crew in the dance-drama movie Battlefield America. Brown was also in a dance group called Alias Dance Company from 2010 to 2014. In 2014, Brown was cast opposite Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross in the ABC c

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Aidan Gallagher

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Aidan Gallagher

Aidan Gallagher (born September 18, 2003[1]) is an American actor. His first major role was portraying one of the quadruplet brothers, Nicky Harper, in the Nickelodeon television series Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn.[2] In 2019, Gallagher began portraying Number Five in the Netflix series The Umbrella Academy.[3] Career Gallagher first appeared in a minor role in a 2013 episode of Modern Family. He was in two short films, You & Me and Jacked Up. He then landed a major role in Nickelodeon's Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn as Nicky Harper,[4] for which he was nominated Favorite Male TV Star in the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards in 2016 and 2017.[5][6] He was in the show for four seasons until it ended in 2018.[7] In 2017, he was cast in the role of Number Five in The Umbrella Academy, which was released in February 2019 on Netflix.[8][9] Personal life Gallagher is active on environmental issues, and has served as a youth advocate for a number of environmental organizations, including Waterkeeper All

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Jack Gore (actor)

Jack Gore (born May 19, 2005) is an American actor known for playing Timmy Cleary in the ABC series The Kids Are Alright.[1] Life and career Gore made his film debut in We Are What We Are, in 2013. He also starred in The Michael J. Fox Show (2013) as Mike's and Annie's younger son. In 2016, Gore appeared in Wonder Wheel, where he played Richie. Gore also starred in several TV series such as Billions (2016)[2] and The Kids Are Alright (2018),[3] where he plays Timmy Cleary, the protagonist of the show. Filmography Film Year Title Role Notes 2013 We Are What We Are Rory Parker 2014 More Time With Family Mack Rizzo 2015 Problem Child Bishop Martin 2017 Wonder Wheel Richie Ferdinand Young Valiente Voice 2018 Ideal Home Angel/Bill Brumble 2019 Rim of the World Alex TBA Who Framed Tommy Callahan Johnny Callahan Television Year Title Role Notes 2013 The Michael J. Fox Show Graham Henry 2014 Every Secret Thing Tommy Uncredi

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Sawyer Barth

Sawyer Barth (born November 7, 2001[2]) is an American actor, known for his role as Flake in And Then I Go and Frank Cleary in the ABC sitcom The Kids Are Alright. Biography and Career Barth is the son of TDN advertising director Alycia Borer.[3] A native of West Long Branch, New Jersey, he received acting lessons at the age of 11[4] and has been actively involved in the entertainment industry for most of his life, starring in plays, movies, and TV shows, including plays such as Bang Bang You're Dead and Lost Angels. He is also active in soccer.[5] In And Then I Go, Barth played Flake, the main character's best friend since they were five. A critic commented, "Darbo [playing the main character] and Barth both prove exceptionally receptive to the filmmakers’ sometimes surprising guidance by exhibiting contrasting responses. Barth excels at concentrating the frustration that an uncaring family and educational system foist upon Flake into sudden bursts of uncontained rage."[6] Barth himself described the expe

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David Castro

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David Castro

David Castro (born February 7, 1996) is an American actor, known for his role as Raphael Santiago on the Freeform fantasy series Shadowhunters. Personal life Castro was born on Long Island, New York to a Puerto Rican father, Albee Castro, and Kathleen, an American mother of Italian descent. He has three older sisters and an older brother and currently lives in Long Island, New York. Career Castro made his acting debut in the 2004 film Palindromes. He later appeared in the 2006 independent films, A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints and Little Fugitive, alongside his sister Raquel. In 2007, he was featured in the independent film, Tracks of Color and the film Where God Left His Shoes.[1] He had a role in the 2008 film 27 Dresses, starring Katherine Heigl and the 2009 film The Ministers, starring John Leguizamo. He recently starred in Forged with Many Perez directed by William Wedig and currently plays Raphael Santiago in Shadowhunters.[2] Filmography Film roles Year Film Role Notes 2004 Palin

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Zayne Emory

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Zayne Emory

Zayne Emory (born June 3, 1998) is an American actor and singer. He is known for his role as J. C. Spink in the ABC's situation comedy The Goldbergs. Biography Emory was born in McMinnville, Oregon. He developed an interest in acting from an early age. While in elementary school, Emory won a 2007 Gallery Theater Award for Outstanding Youth Debut and a 2008 Oregon State Double Grand Championship at a Youth Focus Talent show. He made his screen debut at the age of eleven in a 2009 episode of Criminal Minds. After that, Emory had roles in other shows like Desperate Housewives, Ghost Whisperer, and CSI: Miami. In 2010, he also joined the cast of the music comedy show I'm in the Band in the role of Charles "Chucky" Albertson. Emory earned the Young Artist Award in 2011 and 2012 for the role.[1][2] He was also nominated for his role in Shake It Up and A.N.T. Farm in 2014.[3] Aside from TV, Emory has also appeared in several feature films. He made his film debut in 2011 in the romantic comedy Crazy, Stupid, Love,

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Niles Fitch

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Niles Fitch

Niles Fitch (born July 12, 2001) is an American actor best known for his role in NBC series This Is Us. Personal life Fitch was born in Atlanta, Georgia. His family moved to New York City so he could pursue acting and currently lives in Los Angeles, California. His father, Frederick, died from Lupus when Niles was just 12 years old.[1][2] Career Fitch started print modeling when he was 4 years old. His first job was in a back-to-school ad for Parisian. Following suit, he made his stage debut in 2012 North American tour of The Lion King as Young Simba's replacement. He also played Emmanuel in 2014 Off-Broadway show, Our Lady of Kibeho.[3][4] He made his television debut with a guest appearance in Tyler Perry's House of Payne, followed by a recurring role in Season 7 of Army Wives. His film credits include St. Vincent and Roman J. Israel, Esq.[5] Fitch was cast to play a young version of Randall Pearson in NBC series This Is Us, a role that has won him an ensemble Screen Actors Guild Award. He, along with

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Matéo Arias

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Matéo Arias

Moisés Arias (born October 31, 1995) is an American-Colombian actor who is best known for his role as Jerry in the Disney Channel series Kickin' It. Early life Matéo Arias was born in New York City, the son of Mónica and César Arias. He has his brother, and fellow actor, Moises Arias.[1][2]. Like his brother Moises, his parents are Colombian and he was raised bilingual.[3][4] His brother is Hannah Montana actor Moises Arias.[5] Career Matéo has made guest appearances on shows such as The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, Everybody Hates Chris and Wizards of Waverly Place. He had a recurring role as Rico on Hannah Montana, and became a series regular in the show's second season. In 2009, he played Andre in the Disney Channel Original Movie Dadnapped. As a regular on the Disney Channel, he participated on the first and second Disney Channel Games on the red team. He also participated in the third Disney Channel games on the Yellow Team (Comets). His main role while at Disney was as Rico Suave in 'Hannah Monta

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Stephen H. Cassidy

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Stephen H. Cassidy

Stephen H. Cassidy is a Democratic politician from the San Francisco Bay Area. He served as Mayor of San Leandro from January 1, 2011, to December 31, 2014. Early life On May 14, 1964, Cassidy was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. As a child Cassidy lived in Los Angeles, California, where he was a member of the Screen Actors Guild. Cassidy was a featured actor on Saturday morning NBC television series Big John, Little John. He also appeared in "Rag Tag Champs," a 1978 ABC Afterschool Special and an episode of the Lou Grant show in addition to performing in multiple television commercials.[1] Cassidy graduated from Georgetown University School of Foreign Service and received his law degree from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. San Leandro Unified School District Cassidy first ran for political office in 2004, winning the At-Large seat on the Board of Education of the San Leandro Unified School District.[2] Upon taking office, Cassidy called on the school board to  build support

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James Bush (actor)

James Bush (October 4, 1907 – April 9, 1987) was an American actor from the 1930s until the early 1950s. He appeared in over 100 television shows and films, over 80 of them being feature films. Early years The son of an actress,[1] Bush was born in Greenfield, Ohio. After moving to California with his mother, he studied in a theatrical school[1] and graduated from Los Angeles High School.[2] Stage Bush first appeared on stage at age four. When he finished high school he began acting with the Morosco stock theater company.[1] He also acted at the Pasadena Playhouse for four seasons, spent one season in St. Louis,[2] and performed with the Henry Duffy Players at the Hollywood Playhouse.[3] Film As a child, Bush appeared in some Paramount films that starred Mary Pickford.[2] While the Internet Movie Database has him appearing as a child actor in 1917's Jack and the Beanstalk, the American Film Institute has his first film role as Bent Weymer in 1932's Wild Horse Mesa, directed by Henry Hathaway, which was

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Timothée Chalamet

Timothée Hal Chalamet[a] (born December 27, 1995) is an American actor. He began his acting career in short films, before appearing in the television drama series Homeland in 2012. Two years later, he made his feature film debut in the drama Men, Women & Children and subsequently appeared in Christopher Nolan's science-fiction film Interstellar. In 2017, Chalamet gained wider recognition for his supporting roles in the coming-of-age film Lady Bird and the western Hostiles, and for his lead role in Luca Guadagnino's romantic drama Call Me by Your Name. The latter earned him a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actor, making him the third-youngest nominee in the category. He went on to portray a drug-addicted teenager in the drama Beautiful Boy (2018), earning a nomination for the BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, and King Henry V in the period drama The King (2019). On stage, Chalamet has starred in John Patrick Shanley's autobiographical play Prodigal Son in 2016, for which he was

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