Jake T Austin
A star on both television and in feature film projects, actor and voice-over artist Jake T. Austin proved his talent went above and beyond his age. Austin began his career providing the voice of the title character in the well-loved and educational animated series "Go, Diego, Go!" (Nickelodeon, 2005- ), where he taught preschoolers the importance of saving endangered animals in the rainforest. Following several high-profile film and television projects, he gained mainstream prominence when he was cast as the mischievous young wizard, Max Russo, in the series "Wizards of Waverly Place" (Disney Channel, 2007- ) and in its big budget made-for-television film, "Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie" (Disney Channel, 2009). Meanwhile, he made his live action film debut in "Hotel for Dogs" (2009), where his comedic timing and onscreen charm made him the film's standout star, as well as a new young actor who became very much in demand.