Born: July 5, 1991
Actor Jason Dolley got his start in the world of professional acting at the age of 11 and hasn't stopped since.
Growing up in Los Angeles, the acting bug hit Jason at a young age when he performed the famous Abbot & Costello comedy routine "Who's On First?" at a school talent show. After scoring the lead in an independent short film he really hit the big time when Mel Gibson cast him on the ABC comedy "Complete Savages."
Many Disney Channel fans will recognize Jason as PJ Duncan from the show "Good Luck Charlie," and Newt Livingston from "Cory in the House. Jason has also starred in a few Disney Channel movies such as Minutemen and Read It and Weep.
Aside from his relationship with Disney, Jason has also continued to take roles in indie films like The Air I Breathe where he played the younger version of Brendan Fraser's character.
Check out the YH Studio interview with Jason where he tells host RJ Williams about his mad rubix cube and yo-yo skills as well as what he says it takes to make it as a young Hollywood star.