Edner, Bobby 1988–
EDNER, Bobby 1988–
Full name, Bobby Charles Edner; born October 5, 1988, in Downey, CA; son of Bob and Cindy Edner; brother of Ashley Edner (an actress). Avocational Interests: Writing songs, playing golf and basketball.
Addresses: Agent—Cunningham/Escott/Dipene & Associates, 10635 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 140, Los Angeles, CA 90025.
Career: Actor. Singer and dancer at various venues. Appeared in commercials and public service announcements. Involved in charitable activities.
Awards, Honors: Young Artist Award, Young Artist Foundation, best performance in a television comedy series—guest starring young actor, 1999, for Step by Step; Young Artist Award nominations, best performance in a television drama series—guest starring young actor, 2000, for Touched by an Angel, best performance in a television movie (drama)—leading young actor, 2001, for The Trial of Old Drum, best performance in a television movie or special—leading young actor, 2002, for The Day the World Ended, best performance in a television drama series—guest starring young actor, 2002, for Charmed, and best performance in a television comedy series—guest starring young actor, 2003, for Do Over; Young Artist Award nomination (with others), best young ensemble in a feature film, 2004, for Spy Kids 3–D: Game Over.
Voice of arms dealer in dubbed English version, Kurenai no buta (animated; also known as Crimson Pig and Porco rosso), Buena Vista Home Video, 1992, Buena Vista, 2004.
Chip, You're Invited to Mary–Kate & Ashley's Christmas Party, Warner Home Video, 1997.
Boy at Sarah's house, The Muse, October Films/USA Films, 1999.
Dustin Farnsworthy, The Penny Promise, Feature Films for Families, 2001.
Kevin Hitchcock, Dumb Luck, Tag Entertainment, 2001.
Kyle, The Seventh Sense (short film), IFILM, 2001.
(Uncredited) Jay (backyard player), Hey Arnold! The Movie (animated), Paramount, 2002.
Edgar, Haunted Lighthouse (also known as R. L. Stine's Haunted Lighthouse), 2003.
Francis, Spy Kids 3–D: Game Over (also known as Spy Kids 3: Game Over), Miramax, 2003.
Film Automated Dialogue Replacement Voices:
The Road to El Dorado (animated), DreamWorks SKG, 2000.
Death to Smoochy (also known as Toetet Smoochy), Warner Bros., 2002.
Agent Cody Banks, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 2003.
Big Fish, Columbia/Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2003.
The Hunted, Paramount, 2003.
Kangaroo Jack, Warner Bros., 2003.
Film Additional Voices:
Monsters, Inc. (animated), Buena Vista, 2001.
Eight Crazy Nights (animated; also known as Adam Sandler's Eight Crazy Nights and Whitey & Davey), Columbia/TriStar, 2002.
The Jungle Book 2 (animated), Buena Vista, 2003.
Television Appearances; Series:
Little Frankie, Beetleborgs Metallix (also known as Beetleborgs, Big Bad Beetleborgs, and Saban's Big Bad Beetleborgs), Fox Kids Channel, 1997–1998.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Voice, Men in White (also known as National Lampoon's Men in White), Fox Family Channel, 1998.
The stranger danger kid, Late Last Night, Starz!, 1999.
The young Charlie Burden, Jr., The Trial of Old Drum, Animal Planet, 2000.
Benjamin James McCann, The Day the World Ended, HBO, 2001.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Brat, "Too Many Santas," Step by Step, CBS, 1997.
"Can I touch your boobs?" kid, "Escape from L.A.," Ellen, ABC, 1998.
Little Zack, "Maria's Revenge," Saved by the Bell: The New Class, NBC, 1998.
Ryan Andrews, "Do the Right Thing," Profiler, NBC, 1998.
Tyler, "Crash: Parts 1 & 2," Baywatch, syndicated, 1998.
Young boy, "The Other Cheek," Chicago Hope, CBS, 1998.
Casey, "Sometimes You Feel Like a Nut," Maggie Winters, CBS, 1999.
Jimmy Avery, "Til Death Do Us Part," Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1999.
Ryan Wells, "Countdown," The Pretender, NBC, 1999.
Vince Collins, "EBEs," Seven Days, UPN, 1999.
Zach, "The Storm: Part 2," ER (also known as Emergency Room), NBC, 1999.
Zach Tyler, "Sammo Claus," Martial Law, CBS, 1999.
"The Boost," The Amanda Show, Nickelodeon, 2000.
Robot trick or treater, Mad TV, Fox, 2000.
Ari, "We All Scream for Ice Cream," Charmed, The WB, 2001.
Edward Joyce, "The Invisible Man," Providence, NBC, 2001.
Mark Steward, "God's Work," The Agency, CBS, 2001.
Young Tommy, "When I Say Jump," Titus, Fox, 2001.
Michael, Mad TV, Fox, 2001.
Bar mitzvah student, "Before the Deluge," The Division, Lifetime, 2002.
Benjamin Beck, "San Diego Padre," Philly, ABC, 2002.
Frank, "Hot Pants," 7th Heaven, The WB, 2002.
Jesse Monk, "Damage Control," Judging Amy, CBS, 2002.
Larry Nachman, "The Block Party," Do Over, The WB, 2002.
Nine–year–old Guy, "Three Birds and a Baby," Birds of Prey, The WB, 2002.
Tommy Akers, "Family Business," JAG, CBS, 2002.
Victor Clark, "The Mists of Avalon Parkway," The Chronicle, Sci–Fi Channel, 2002.
Voices of tall kid and little kid, "XXXI (Jack and the Scarab)" (also known as "Jack and the Minions of Set"), Samurai Jack (animated), The Cartoon Network, 2002.
Himself, Who Knows the Band?, 2002.
Also appeared as Marty Fineman, "Sink–Chronicity," an unaired episode of Movie Stars, The WB; and as young Aidan in "Then Came Aidan's Apartment" and "Then Came Aidan's Ex," both unaired episodes of Then Came You, ABC.
"Ain't It Funny" (version 1), by Jennifer Lopez, 2001.
"Smooth Criminal," by Alien Ant Farm, 2001.
(With Alexa Vega) "Heartdrive" (song), Spy Kids 3–D: Game Over (also known as Spy Kids 3: Game Over), Milan Records, 2003.