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Raymond Ochoa

Raymond Ochoa
Raymond Ochoa (L), with brother Ryan Ochoa, on the red carpet at the 62nd Annual Mother Goose Parade in San Diego County, 2008.
Born (2001-10-12) October 12, 2001
San Diego, California, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 2006–present

Raymond Ochoa (born October 12, 2001) is an American child actor. He has appeared in various commercials, television shows and movies. He is probably best known for his roles in 10 Items or Less, and Merry Christmas, Drake and Josh.

Ochoa was born in San Diego, California. He is the younger brother of Ryan and Robert Ochoa. Ochoa's career initially boosted in 2007 when he starred in commercials for Betty Crocker, Verizon FiOS and Chevrolet.[1] However, he made his debut by playing "Manuelito", a minor role in the television series 10 Items or Less in 2006. He was also seen in the television series's Cold Case, and Hank.

Contents

  • Filmography 1
    • Film 1.1
    • Television 1.2
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Filmography

Film

Year Film Role Notes
2008 Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh Boy Television movie
2009 Land of the Lost Boy in Museum Uncredited
A Christmas Carol Caroline's Child Animated film
2010 House Under Siege Toby Michael Mazur
Yogi Bear Additional Voice-Over
Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III Young Anakin Skywalker Animated television movie
2011 Mars Needs Moms! Hatchling Animated film
Einstein Pals Joey Unknown status
2013 Charlie A Toy Story
Lovesick Post-production

Television

Year Television Role Episode/Notes
2006-2009 10 Items or Less Manuelito 3 episodes
2007 Cold Case Sean "Blood on the Tracks"
American Family Will Bogner Never aired television series
2009 Hank Kyle "Pilot"
"Drag Your Daughter to Work Day"
"Hanksgiving"
Episode #1.8
2010 Pair of Kings Boy
Special Agent Oso Noah "The Living Holiday Lights"
2011 The Middle Danny "Valentines Day II"
Good Luck Charlie Augie "Something's Fishy"
Working Class Kid "B-Day Invasion"
2014 I Didn't Do It Zane "Phone Challenge"

References

  1. ^ Credits for: Raymond Ochoa

External links


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