Don't let Lucas Till's Georgia-grown good looks and charm fool you; the one-time German exchange student and "Walk the Line" (2005) star is as driven as they come. A natural talent for voices and impersonations led to a childhood spent appearing in TV commercials and print ads around his hometown of Atlanta. After making his film debut in the 2003 short "The Lovesong of Edwerd J. Robble," Till worked steadily until deciding what he really wanted was the coveted role of Jack, Johnny Cash's older brother who dies in a tragic accident, in "Walk the Line." After beating out untold numbers of other teen actors for the part, Till amassed a string of one-off TV appearances and movie cameos until landing another big break in 2009 as Miley Cyrus' friend-turned-crush in "Hannah Montana: The Movie." He followed that up with action-heavy performances in "Battle: Los Angeles" (2011) and "X-Men: First Class" (2011). After producing and starring in the superhero indie flick "Vs" (2011), Till was featured in "Stoker" (2013), Chan-wook Park's English-language debut. They say youth is wasted on the young, but Lucas Till was never one to follow the rules.