Mitchel Tate Musso
Known for his trademark dark, tussled hair and the bandana he always includes in his outfit, actor and singer Mitchel Musso is a familiar face on the Disney network. In addition to hosting the lively reality show "PrankStars," Musso has starred in the popular "Pair of Kings" and provides a voice for the animated series "Phineas and Ferb." Influenced by his parents' participation in community theater while growing up, Musso and his younger brothers Mason and Marc all developed an early interest in performing and music. After moving to Los Angeles, Musso broke into television, with bit parts including a small role with brother Marc in the 2003 drama "Secondhand Lion." Musso had a significant role in series pilot "Hidden Howie," starring Howie Mandell, which led to his first association with Disney in the television movie "Life is Ruff" in 2005. To his delight, Musso's next role featured him as the voice of the mysterious DJ in the 2006 animated film "Monster House," produced by Robert Zemeckis and nominated for Best Animated Feature Film. Musso then won a regular role in the Disney television series "Hannah Montana," and also had a co-starring role in the feature "Hannah Montana: The Movie." In 2009, Musso--who recorded several singles and videos with some of his Disney co-stars--released a full-length album and opened for his brother Mason's band, Metro Station. The success of this album led to Musso's second release, "Brainstorm," in 2010.