Cash, Dylan 1994– (Dylan Joseph Cash)
Cash, Dylan 1994- (Dylan Joseph Cash)
Born November 30, 1994.
Actor. Appeared as a child in numerous commercials, including work for Fuji film, Pledge wax, Motel 6, McDonald's restaurants, MasterCard, Johnson & Johnson, Energizer batteries, and Quaker Oats cereal.
Young Artist Award nomination, best performance in a commercial, 2003, for a Fuji film commercial; Young Artist Award, 2003, and Young Artist Award nomination, 2004, both best actor age ten or under in a comedy or dramatic television series, for General Hospital; Special Award (with others), outstanding young ensemble in a new medium, Young Artist Awards, 2005, for The Polar Express.
Television Appearances; Series:
Michael Corinthos III, General Hospital, ABC, 2001—.
Wyatt, Apple Valley Knights, 2002.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Himself, Kids Say the Darndest Things, CBS, 2000.
Second kid, "Monkey," Malcolm in the Middle, Fox, 2002.
Noah, "Till Death Do Us Part," The Division (also known as Heart of the City), Lifetime, 2003.
Billy, "Spellmanian Slip," Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (also known as Sabrina and Sabrina Goes to College), The WB, 2003.
Billy, "You Slay Me," Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (also known as Sabrina and Sabrina Goes to College), The WB, 2003.
James Garrison, "Shock and Awe," Judging Amy, CBS, 2003.
Soap Talk, Soap Network, 2005.
Live with Regis and Kelly, syndicated, 2005.
Television Appearances; Specials:
VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards, VH1, 2000.
(As Dylan Joseph Cash) Dylan Rempley, All You Need, PorchLight Entertainment, 2001.
(Uncredited) Kid on bike, Bad Santa (also known as Badder Santa), Dimension Films, 2003.
Voice of boy, The Cat that Looked at a King (animated), Walt Disney Home Entertainment, 2004.
Voice of boy on train, The Polar Express (animated; also released as The Polar Express: An IMAX 3D Experience), Warner Bros., 2004.
Emmitt, Fat Albert, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2004.
Voice of young Percy, Shark Bait (animated; also known as Pi's Story and The Reef), Silver Nitrate Releasing, 2006.
Dylan Cash Official Site,http://www.dylancash.com, April 29, 2007.
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