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Toran Caudell

Toran Caudell
Born (1982-10-15) October 15, 1982
Los Angeles
Occupation Actor, voice actor, musician
Years active 1995–2004

Toran Caudell (born October 15, 1982) is a former actor, voice actor, and musician from the United States.

He played Rod on 7th Heaven, an American television series about a Protestant minister's family living in the fictional town of Glenoak, California.

In animation he is probably best known as the voice of King Bob on Disney's Recess. He was the first actor to provide a voice to the title role of Arnold on the Nickelodeon animated show Hey Arnold!. He also later on provided the voice of Wolfgang, the leader of the 5th grade bullies, in Hey Arnold!.

In the film Max Is Missing (1995), Toran plays the part of a 12-year-old boy who accompanies his family on vacation to Peru. He is separated from his father while visiting the ancient Incan ruins of Machu Picchu. Thieves chase him after he is given a priceless mask by a dying man.

Over a year later, Toran starred in the light-hearted fantasy Johnny Mysto: Boy Wizard. In this film, aimed at a pre-teen audience, he plays the part of a budding young magician who stumbles across an unusual ring. He embarks on a medieval, time-travel quest to find his enchanted sister and ends up in Camelot before King Arthur. It turns out the ring belongs to none other than Merlin.

The actor/musician has also sung the lead vocals for several TV series and has appeared on stage in Oliver!, Peter Pan and Li'l Abner. He has also played Conrad Birdie in Bye Bye Birdie, the Lion in the Wiz and the Prince in Cinderella in theatre.[1]

Together with Haylie Duff he co-wrote the song "Sweet Sixteen" on Hilary Duff's second studio album Metamorphosis.

He has also sung lead vocals on his own original songs and also with the band DieRadioDie in Los Angeles.

Filmography

Filmography
Year Title Role Notes

2015 // Nashville // Billy//

2004 L.A. D.J. Skinny Skater
2004 The Eavesdropper Cameron
2003 As Told By Ginger Fred
2003 All Grown Up! Various
2003 Malcolm in the Middle Jason Episode: "If Boys Were Girls"
1998 Billboard Dad Surfer
1997 Johnny Mysto: Boy Wizard Johnny Mysto
1997–2001 7th Heaven Rod Episode: "V-Day"
1997 101 Dalmatians: The Series Tripod
1997 Recess King Bob
1997 The Killing Jar Young Michael Sanford
1996–2001 Hey Arnold! Arnold/Wolfgang
1996 Moloney Joe Ballantine Jr. Episode: "Pilot"
1995 Roseanne Joseph Episode: "The Last Thursday in November"
1995 Max Is Missing Max TV Movie

References

  1. ^ "Lycée français Mlf d'Al-Khobar." AEFE. Retrieved on September 21, 2015. "Nesma Compound, P.O. Box 1271, 31952 Al-Khobar"

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