Born in November 1998, Bradley Steven Perry is a teenage American actor whose most prominent role to date has been as Gabe Duncan in Disney family sitcom “Good Luck Charlie”. Perry’s first minor role was in the film Choose Connor, when aged just eight. Having broken through into mainstream televsion with an appearance on the CBS drama Without a Trace, Bradley Steven Perry continued to pick up small parts until at the age of 11 he was chosen for a key role in Good Luck Charlie.
All About Charlie
In “Charlie”, Bradley Steven Perry has a recurrent role as Gabe Duncan, the middle of five children in the Duncan family. Alongside such prominent actors as Leigh-Allyn Baker, who plays Gabe’s mother, and fellow young actor Bridgit Mendler in the role of big sister Teddy, Perry has flourished in his role, appearing in all but one of the 89 episodes broadcast to summer 2013. The series revolves around the family’s domestic life, with each episode featuring the creation of a video diary for Charlie by Mendler’s character. Charlie is bright, quick-witted and known for his constant scheming. In 2011, Bradley Steven Perry and co-stars appeared in a spin-off TV movie Good Luck Charlie, It’s Christmas!
Bradley Steven Perry was nominated for Best Performance in a TV series (Supporting Young Actor category) in the 2011 and 2012 Young Artist Awards. Although he didn’t win either, Perry’s acting abilities and those of his fellow cast members have garnered much attention, with the series broadcast worldwide.
As with many child stars, Bradley Steven Perry is home-schooled on the set of the programme, and regularly takes part in charitable work on behalf of a number of organisations such as the Make-a-Wish Foundation. His other acting credits include a role in Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure, a spin-off film based on the phenomenally successful High School Musical movies. In 2013, Bradley Steven Perry was cast as Kaz in Disney’s new live-action comedy series Mighty Med, which will revolve around a hospital for superheroes. The series is set to premiere in the Autumn of 2013 and will feature Perry in the lead role.
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