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Caudell, Toran 1982–

CAUDELL, Toran 1982–


Born October 15, 1982.

Addresses: Manager—Leverage Management, 3030 Pennsylvania Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90404. Agent—Osbrink Talent Agency, 4343 Lankershim Blvd., Suite 100, Universal City, CA 91602.

Career: Actor.

Awards, Honors: Young Artist Award nomination, best performance by a young actor, 1996, for Max Is Missing.


Film Appearances:

Young Michael Sanford, The Killing Jar, 1996.

Title role, Johnny Mysto: Boy Wizard, 1996.

Surfer, Billboard Dad, 1998.

Voice of King Bob, Recess: School's Out (animated), Buena Vista, 2001.

Skinny skater, L.A. D.J., Terra, 2004.

Cameron, Patient 14, Showcase, 2004.

Television Appearances; Series:

Voice of Arnold, Hey Arnold!, 1996–97.

Voice of Wolfgang, Hey Arnold!, 1997–.

Voice of Tripod, 101 Dalmations: The Series (animated; also known as 101 Dalmations), 1997.

Voice of King Bob, Recess (also known as Disney's "Recess"), 1997.

Rod (recurring role), 7th Heaven, 1997–2001.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

"The Last Thursday in November," Roseanne, ABC, 1995.

All Dogs Go to Heaven: The Series (animated), 1996.

Jason, "If Boys Were Girls," Malcolm In the Middle, Fox, 2003.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Title role, Max Is Missing, 1995.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Joe Ballantine, Jr., Moloney, 1996.

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