Ridge Canipe

Ridge Canipe is a young actor with an impressive child acting resume, particularly through his roles as the boyhood Johnny Cash in the biopic "Walk the Line", and as Toby Whitewood, the first-baseman and would-be ... Read more »
Born: 07/13/1994

Filmography

Actor (16)

A Single Man 2009 (Movie)

Young Boy (Actor)

Life is Hot in Cracktown 2009 (Movie)

Willy (Actor)

Baby Blues 2007 (Movie)

Jimmy (Actor)

Desperate Housewives 2005, 2007 (Tv Show)

Actor

Music Within 2007 (Movie)

Young Richard (Actor)

Supernatural 2006 - 2007 (Tv Show)

Actor

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 2006 (Tv Show)

Actor

The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause 2006 (Movie)

Elf #2 (Actor)

Zoom 2006 (Movie)

Mean Bully (Actor)

Danika 2005 (Movie)

Brian (Actor)

The Bad News Bears 2005 (Movie)

Toby Whitewood (Actor)

Walk the Line 2005 (Movie)

Young J.R. Cash (Actor)

Angel 2004 (Tv Show)

Actor

Cold Case 2004 (Tv Show)

Actor

The District 2004 (Tv Show)

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Pictures of Hollis Woods (TV Show)

Actor

Biography

Ridge Canipe is a young actor with an impressive child acting resume, particularly through his roles as the boyhood Johnny Cash in the biopic "Walk the Line", and as Toby Whitewood, the first-baseman and would-be spokesman for the reboot of the "Bad News Bears", both from 2005, and both of which earned Canipe Young Artist Awards (the former an individual award, the latter for ensemble). He was 11 then, but his acting career began way back at five, growing up in Southern California. Canipe made his screen debut in 2003 on an episode of the short-lived gambling comedy "Lucky", and since then he's had recurring parts on "Desperate Housewives", where he played the paperboy for Wisteria Lane, and on the fantasy horror "Supernatural", as the young version of main character Dean Winchester, all between 2005 and 2007. One of Canipe's biggest roles as a youth was in the Hallmark Hall of Fame TV movie, "Pictures of Hollis Woods", in which he had a prominent supporting role as a member of the Regan clan, the temporary foster care providers of the title character. Canipe's film specialty, meanwhile, is playing younger versions of main characters, and such was the case again in the 2007 biographical comedy "Music Within", and in the 2009 comedy "Tom Cool", as the eight-year-old version of Tom. Off set, Canipe and fellow young actor and friend Hailey Anne Nelson put together a vegan cookbook for kids.

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