Sloane Morgan Siegel was born in Washington, DC on November 22, 2000 and raised on an animal rescue farm in Falling Waters, WV until age 10. He was bit by the acting bug at age 9 and within a year he had won international acclaim as a top competitive amateur actor in Las Vegas, NV. His family moved him to Los Angeles in January of 2011to pursue his dream of becoming a world class actor. He is managed by Go Talent and represented by Abrams Artists Agency for theatrical and commercials. Sloane is a powerful young SAG/AFTRA actor with more than 50 films and 45 national and international commercials, 19 TV Pilots, 22 television appearances, 25 voiceovers, and multiple music videos and print model work in his credits. He's been a lead more than 20 times and while every one of his films has won awards, one has won 16 Film Festival awards. He landed and delivered the title role in “Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street” which is a new hit series for Amazon Studios that will be launched in early 2014. Sloane completed a recurring co-star role on the CBS sitcom, “Partners”, and guest spots on popular shows such as “Wendell & Vinnie”, “Modern Family”, “Big Time Rush”, “The Neighbors”, and “The Tonight Show” with Jay Leno. He was one of only 12 children nationally to be selected by Nickelodeon as a “game changer” actor, and he was given a scholarship to the Groundlings Academy for improv and sketch comedy. He's won an IAWTV Award as the lead in the variety series “Kids React” which also won a daytime Emmy and garners more than 2 million views a week. He can deliver 14 accents, does improv like a pro, and can really bring drama to a role. In his spare time he competes in indoor skydiving and Parkour, and volunteers at various No Kill pet shelters in the LA area. His website is www.sloanesiegel.com or www.sloanemorgansiegel.com . You can follow him on Instagram at http://instagram.com/sloanesiegel2# , Twitter at https://twitter.com/sloanesiegel2 , and Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/sloane.siegel . He has multiple feature film, TV, and Webisode projects set in motion for 2013 and 2014.