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Mckenna Grace plays the role of Faith on YR. This year she's been seen on The Bridge and has multiple movies set to release next year! To keep up to date make sure to visit her official website, like her page on Facebook, and follow her on Twitter.









1. What was your first day on set for The Young and the Restless like?

It was a long time ago, but I remember being really excited. Everyone was nice and afterwards I thought it was one of the hardest and easiest jobs I've ever done. Easy because I only had to film each scene just one time. Hard because I had to be ready to go and can't mess up because if I do then it goes on TV! I had never worked a job that went so fast!


2. How did you enjoy working with Sharon Case?

Miss Sharon is so beautiful and nice. I love her.


3. What was it like filming with Joshua Morrow?

Josh is so funny and crazy! When we are filming he always tries to make me laugh by saying the craziest words. He will just look over and say "Platypus" out of nowhere. He always makes me smile and laugh!


4. What was your time on set like working on Amityville: The Awakening?

That was one of my favorite movies to do because I love scary things! I spent a lot of my free time in the special effects trailer learning all about how they do makeup and playing with all the fun things they had in there.


5. Are there any scary/funny moments from filming that you can share?

I have always wanted a big brother or sister, so working with Bella and Cameron was a lot of fun, we would always dance together outside the trailers. I love Bella's dog Kingston and he would sit with me when I would get my hair done. When Cameron had all of his scary makeup on, I would joke with him that he couldn't sit with me at lunch, but of course I always wanted to sit by him.

6. How did you enjoy working on Dog With A Blog?

Everyone on Dog With A Blog was very welcoming and nice. We filmed next door to them on season 1 of Crash & Bernstein, so it was really cool to come back to the lot. I never imagined I would get to do an episode of that show!


7. What is the best thing about being a part of Crash & Bernstein?

Everything. Working for Disney is amazing. I feel so thankful that I got to be apart of that show.


8. What is it like working with a puppet on the show?

It was really fun. Sometimes I forgot that he wasn't real. There was a big puppet room with like 30 Crash puppets in there and I would get freaked out when I would go in there because I felt like they were all staring at me!


9. Who have been some of your favorite people to work with?

That's a hard one, because I really like everyone that I have filmed with! I usually say that whatever project I am working on at the time is my favorite. I always have so much fun and think it can't get any better and it always does! Right now I am filming a movie called COOK with Britt Robertson and Eddie Murphy and they are my 2 favorites. They are both so nice and so good at acting and I am learning a lot from being with them and watching them.


10. What can you tell us about your upcoming project Frankenstein?

Well, I can't say much about it right now, but I can say that I did my own stunt in Frankenstein and it was really exciting! I am also really excited because I got to work with Xavier Samuel in Frankenstein and he is also in COOK! He looks much different in this movie than in Frankenstein though! He is one of the nicest people ever and is also on my list of my favorite people!


We'd like to thank Mckenna for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 25 2014 by Lisa
It's Christmas!




McKenna Roberts plays the role of Matilda on YR. This year she has also been seen for Disney Store, Little Tikes, and more! To keep up to date make sure to visit her official website and follow her on Twitter.










1. What was the best part about shooting the holiday video for the Disney Store?

Playing with the fake snow on the holiday Disney Store set was so much fun because we got to throw it at each other. I even put it on my head and it didn't melt.


2. How did you enjoy working for Little Tikes?

It was fun I got to play basketball outside with this boy, who plays like my brother when I am home.


3. Do you have a favorite costume you got to model for Leg Avenue?

Yes! I actually had two favorites the Scare U Cheerleader and that's what I dressed up as and the Pebbles costume.


4. How did you like attending the Young Artist Awards?

I like it especially because I got to go on stage. And I took a picture with Kayla Maisonets award because she wasn't able to make it there. & we have the same manager.


5. What is it like working with Bryton James?

Bryton is so funny and he plays with us every time we're on set.


6. How did you enjoy filming the scenes where Matilda steals the necklace?

Oh my Mom said it was my best performance! And I had a lot of fun joking with the cast between taping it. return the necklace & I had a serious face but I wanted laugh.


7. What is the best part about playing a twin?

The best part to me is that I get to play with Aidan Clark "Charlie" when we are off stage and on set.


8. How do you prepare your lines for the show?

I read the whole script then I just read my lines again and again. Then I practice with my acting coach.


9. What was the experience like being a part of YR's anniversary celebrations?

It was exciting & I got to have a piece of the Y&R cake and take lots of pictures.


10. What has been your favorite scene to film this year for YR?

My favorite episode was when I got hangout and to play hide and seek with Ester, Grandpa Colin and Grandma Jill while my parents were at the hospital with my twin.


We'd like to thank McKenna for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 25 2014 by Lisa
1 Day Til Christmas!




Aidan Clark plays the role of Charlie on The Young and the Restless. This year he's been seen in several episodes of the show and to keep up to date make sure to follow him on Twitter.









1. What has the experience been like working with Tristan Rogers?

It has been a lot of fun when I get to work with him. He is super nice and funny!


2. How do you enjoy working with Randall L. Smith?

It's really fun working with Randall! So much that we're like cousins now! We've even had sleepovers! I wish he was on set with us more.


3. Is there anyone you would like to work with on YR you've yet to work with?

I don't know because I only get to watch my scenes usually. It would be fun if we could work with Aly.


4. Do you have a favorite costume you've worn for YR?

I love all of the costumes that I get to wear. The astronaut was fun and I get to keep them all.


5. How exciting is it to know that your Disney Store video has been seen on the big screen in Times Square by hundreds of thousands of people?

That's super cool! I was super excited when my mom showed me it as playing because we never saw it when we went to the malls.


6. What is it like working with McKenna Roberts?

She's my twin! I like her more than my real sister most of the time!


7. If you could pick a storyline for Charlie this upcoming year what would you like to happen for him?

It would be super awesome if we got to spend time in Australia and me and Mattie got to go! Maybe my Grandpa will kidnap us again!


8. How did it feel being a part of YR's 41st Anniversary celebration?

I'm happy I got to go and the cake was really good. Y&R is older than my mom!


9. Who are some of your favorite people to hang out with backstage?

I like hanging with McKenna and Aly in school and Daniel, Bryton and Kristoff on set. We have lots and lots of fun.


10. What has been your favorite scene to film for YR this year?

My favorite scene was when Lily pushed Hillary in the pool! That is so funny!


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I hope I get to work more and see everyone on set more often. Oh, and happy holidays!


We'd like to thank Aidan for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 24 2014 by Lisa
3 Days Til Christmas!




Victoria Grace appeared in an episode of The Young and the Restless during the holiday pageant. This year she's been seen in Up In Arms and filmed an episode of Mulaney! To keep up to date make sure to like her page on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.








1. What was it like to meet Lee Meriwether?

Lee Meriwether is affiliated with Theatre West, and I was seeing a play there that my friend had directed. My mom was the one who recognized her while we were standing in the lobby. She's super sweet and we got a great picture together!


2. How did you enjoy working on Mulaney?

I absolutely loved working on Mulaney! The cast and crew were so down-to-earth and kind. My first day on set was rehearsal and wardrobe. Watching and participating in rehearsal was such an awesome experience. The second day I was filming my scene with John Mulaney, Martin Short, and Bailee Madison. It was super fun and it was cool to be able to shoot on New York Street of CBS Radford Studios.


3. What was the experience like working with Martin Short?

Martin Short has always been idolized in my family because of the movie, "Three Amigos!" He's such an amazing actor and comedian! When I first met him, my mother told him how he's a legend in our household. She said, "But you probably get that all the time." And he replied with, "Oh, not nearly enough!" Then we all laughed. Working with him was just so much fun!


4. What was the process like to do voice over work for 47 Ronin?

When I first auditioned for 47 Ronin, the first thing I did was work on my Japanese accent because I had to voice match for the Japanese girl in the movie. Then I recorded at my usual voice over place. I got a callback, where I had to meet with casting and the director for the film in person as I recorded at Disney Studios. There were three other girls in the waiting room. When I went back in to record, they played me the movie scene with the girl in it on a huge screen. I said my lines as her lips were moving on screen, they redirected me a couple of times, and then I left the room. We all waited for a few more minutes, and then the casting director came out again and said, "Victoria Grace, we'd like to keep you here. Thank you everyone else for coming." I went back into the room to redo one more line and then I was done! It was tons of fun and something I will always remember.


5. How did you like working on Happy Cabin Song?

Happy Cabin Song was really cool! When we got there we had to learn this long camp song along with intricate hand movements. I love to sing and dance so it was no big deal at all. There was so much energy on that set and everything was just about having fun. I met some wonderful people there who I've become great friends with and I had a great time!


6. What was your time on set like working on the Flappy Bird segment of Up in Arms?

Being able to be on Up in Arms as a cast member is so cool, and I love working with everyone there! The cast and crew always put a smile on my face. They're just those types of people! When I was working on Flappy Bird, everyone was so welcoming and I really loved that we were all able to work together. We all pitched in suggestions that would make the scene even better, more entertaining. I'm so glad that everyone is close like that, and it made it a really enjoyable experience. It was my first time having an on-screen pillow fight and being handcuffed!


7. What was the best part about filming a commercial with Joe Montana?

I didn't actually follow his football career at the time because I was young then, but the best part would have to be making my dad and my brothers jealous! Plus, with a celebrity on set we got a fantastic lunch! The crafty and the food was amazing.


8. How did you enjoy shooting for AMF 300 Bowling?

Shooting AMF 300 Bowling was a lot of fun because we were actually able to go bowling! We also had a fake birthday party for the shoot, so we got to eat a lot of birthday cake!


9. Who have been some of your favorite people to work with this year?

I loved working with Bailee Madison, Kaila Maisonet, and the cast of Mulaney! It was my first time shooting a network TV sitcom, and I'm an SNL fan so being able to shoot with some of the SNL cast was thrilling for me!


10. Is there anything you can you tell us about your project Mr. Robinson?

I can't say anything at this time, because they're still in the middle of casting. However, I will say that Craig Robinson is a very funny guy and I'm really looking forward to seeing it!


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I'd like to wish everyone happy holidays! Hope everyone is able to spend great quality time with their families and stay safe!


We'd like to thank Victoria for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 22 2014 by Lisa
4 Days Til' Christmas!




Randall Smith plays the role of Moses on The Young and the Restless. This year he has also been seen in commercials for Best Buy and Lowe's! To keep up to date make sure to follow him on Twitter.









1. What was the best part of filming your Lowe's commercial?

Being in the tub with the bubbles, the guys kept putting the bubbles in the tub.


2. How did you react when you saw it on TV the first time?

I smiled when I first saw it.


3. What was your time on set like shooting for The Children's Place?

It was super fun because I took pictures on the scooter too.


4. What is it like filming The Young and the Restless?

It's fun because everyone is so nice to me.


5. Who was the first person you got to meet on your first day?

I was just getting there and my TV dad was coming in at the exact same time. He knew who I was when he saw me. He was happy to see me.


6. How do you enjoy working with McKenna and Aidan?

I like them a lot, they are nice to me. When I first met McKenna I gave her a picture that I drew for my pretend dad, but when I saw her, I gave it to her instead I really like her.


7. What is it like working with Kristoff St. John?

I looooove my pretend dad. I like it when he picks me up, he is really nice.


8. Is there anyone you'd like to work with on the Young and the Restless?

I would like to work with McKenna, Aidan, my pretend dad, my pretend sister, my pretend brother, and my pretend mom (Hillary).


9. What was it like getting to film for the holidays?

It was really, really, fun, I like being with my pretend dad.


10. What would you like to see happen for Moses next year?

I would like for Moses to go to six flags with his whole family.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I would like to say, "Thank you"


We'd like to thank Randall for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 21 2014 by Lisa
5 Days Til' Christmas!




Bianca and Chiara D'Ambrosio played the role of Summer on The Young and the Restless. This year they've been working on Lone, and released their debut EP! To keep up to date make sure to visit their official website, like their page on Facebook, and follow them on Twitter.








1. What was the experience like working on your new debut EP?

Bianca: It was so much fun, being able to write down your feelings and work with Andrew Lane to put it to music.

Chiara: It was mind blowing, i had such a great time doing this album and seeing out thoughts to music.


2. What is your favorite song that you recorded for it?

Bianca: Ohh...if I had to pick 1 I would say "On My Own" I love the melody and lyrics. My sister and I do a lot together but we are also strong...On Our Own.

Chiara: My favorite is Package Deal. It's about my sister and I & I love my sister so that's why it's my favorite.


3. Do you remember your first song you performed? Were you nervous?

Bianca: We performed "We Got the Beat" by the Go-Go's. We just turned 7yrs old. I was nervous before we started to sing but once we were on stage I was fine.

Chiara: The first song I performed was by myself when I just turned 5. It was "Magic" by Selena Gomez. I was a little nervous but I believed in myself and did it.


4. How was it filming LONE?

Bianca: Working on LONE was great...we worked with an amazing Director Mark Pellington and super sweet Chelsea Wolfe. I want to be a director when I get older so watching and working with the great Mark Pellington was an honor. His vision is amazing.

Chiara: It was amazing and really enjoyed working with the director Mark Pellington.


5. Working with Chelsea Wolfe?

Bianca & Chiara: We loved working with Chelsea, she was very sweet...but don't tell anyone!


6. What was it like working on Feeding Mr. Baldwin?

Bianca & Chiara: We had a great time and it was our first feature film to work on. Everyone was great and we still stay in touch. Feeding Mr. Baldwin is out now on VOD.


7. How did you enjoy working with Jackson Brundage on See Dad Run?

Bianca & Chiara: We had a great time working with Jackson and all the cast and crew on See Dad Run. They are all so close and we are still in touch with some of them.


8. What was it like filming with Scott Baio?

Bianca: Scott Baio was so funny!! And on our breaks he would come over and talk with us.

Chiara: He was funny and very very sweet. We also got to meet his beautiful little daughter.


9. What was it like to work on Reflections?

Bianca: It was great to have a chance to play the ' EVIL" kid. And we had a chance to work with green screen.

Chiara: We loved having a chance to work with the talented Ray Wise. Since we worked with him we are 1 degree of separation from Kevin Bacon!


10. Favorite project this year?

Bianca & Chiara: We filmed a pilot over the summer for a kids channel and worked with some of the most amazing and funny people. At this time we are waiting to see if it gets picked up. We are also in pre-production on 2 other projects that we hope we can talk about soon. At this time our song PACKAGE DEAL is #17 on the A/C list and just release the follow up ON MY OWN.


Thank you Star-Kidz for all the support & Happy Holidays

Bianca & Chiara


We'd like to thank Bianca and Chiara for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 20 2014 by Lisa
7 Days Til' Christmas!




Jordan Lemnah played the role of Matilda Ashby on The Young and the Restless. This year she has been seen for Tiny Trendsetter and been busy auditioning! To keep up to date make sure to keep checking back here at the site.








1. How did Jordan get started in the industry?

We responded to an advertisement for a soap opera looking for a preemie, African American and Caucasian mixed baby. It was role on Y&R as Matilda Ashby. She was such a great fit that CBS called us almost immediately after her interview with Y&R casting to book her for the role.


2. How did you feel when you found out she booked The Young and the Restless?

We were ecstatic because she was only 5 weeks old. But on the other hand, we weren't surprised because we knew she was exactly what casting was looking for, so it was a bit of perfect timing given her age and size.


3. What was it like working with Daniel Goddard?

As a baby and toddler, he was fantastic to work with. It can sometimes take a tremendous amount of patience to work with a baby/toddler and he was extremely helpful between scenes and leading in to scenes to entertain her and put her in the right temperament for shooting the scene.


4. How did she enjoy filming with Christel Khalil?

She was terrific as well. As I recall, she had recently become a mother herself. So her mother instincts were evident. Both of her "Soap Parents" were fantastic to work with and made the entire experience easier for Jordan. We were lucky to work with them.


5. What is the best part about shooting with Olesja Mueller?

Olesja is super awesome. She is very professional, but she makes the shoots fun and gets an awesome shot.


6. How do you prepare for an audition?

We talk to Jordan about what the audition will entail, let her pick out a couple outfits, talk about how SHE wants to wear her hair. But to me, the biggest things we do is ask her up front if she wants to do the audition. If she says yes, then we're on our way and it's usually a good audition. I learned early on that if she's no in to it, then it's likely not going to go well. In the end, we want it to be 100% her choice.


7. What was it like shooting for Tiny Trendsetter?

Shea Ann is such a great photographer. It was more fun than an actual job and Jordan loved her clothes. The stylist gave her options and she chose what she liked and then she rocked it!


8. If she could work on any project what would it be?

That's an easy question. She would love to be in a Frozen non-animated movie!


9. What was your favorite scene that Jordan filmed on The Young & The Restless?

Wow, there are so many I like to choose that I'm not sure I could choose a favorite. But I have to say the wedding episode, which was filmed offsite of the studio, was the most fun to film. Both Jordan and Parker were adorable in their outfits and they had a such a great time.


10. What have you been up to this year?

As you know, 2-4 is a strange age in this business. She's now able to talk and memorize lines. She's soon to turn 5 and has just reached an age where she is excited to be involved in television again. So now we're balancing getting her back out there with finding a project that she's excited to be involved in. But, look for her be back on TV in 2015.


We'd like to thank Jordan and her family for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!

(Image by Olesja Mueller)
Posted on Dec 18 2014 by Lisa
10 Days Til' Christmas!




Niko Baur appeared on Parenthood last season and has also been seen on The Young and the Restless. This year he has been busy working on Rake, filming a commercial for Purina, and more! To keep up to date make sure to visit his official website, like his page on Facebook, and follow him on Twitter.







1. What was your experience like being an MC at the Santa Clarita Day for Kids Event?

I really enjoyed hosting the Day for Kids event. When I was first asked to do it, I was nervous, since I had never done anything like that before, but once I got there and was up on stage, I really got into it. It was amazing seeing all of the different performers do their thing and seeing all of the things that were donated for the kids. It was a really fun day and I am looking forward to hosting next year.


2. How did you like working with Mackenzie Aladjem on Parenthood?

Mackenzie was really nice. It would be great if we got to work together in the future.


3. What was it like working with Hugh Laurie on House?

Amazing. I was really excited when I found out I had booked the show. My family and I always watched the show. Mr. Laurie was very nice to me and made me feel very comfortable on set. I also realized how tall he was. I did not expect that, but then again I was very short. I also enjoyed the tour I was given of the set. It was really cool.


4. Do you have a favorite part of filming your Purina commercial?

My favorite part was getting to pet and hold the kittens. The director was Eriq La Salle, it was very cool meeting an entertainer of his caliber.


5. What was the experience like filming Rake?

It was really great. It was filmed on the Sony picture lot, which is a really cool place. There was one scene that we had to keep re-shooting for some reason and I had to tie my brothers shoes in it over and over again...it became a joke and everybody was cracking up. I got to meet Ian Colletti, he was really nice.


6. How did you enjoy working with Greg Kinnear?

I did not know what to expect. He was very, very professional and very nice. He would be really into a scene and then the next minute he was joking around. I was very glad I was able to work with him.


7. What was your time on set like filming your Hillshire Farm commercial?

That was one of the most fun shoots I have had. We were at an elementary school in their cafeteria. They had a bunch of kids on set and all they were told to do was have a food fight! They placed food in front of them and just told them to throw it at each other! It went on all day and it was a mess. The only bad part was that I wasn't able to be part of the food fight...I had to crawl on the ground trying to SAVE my sandwich.


8. What was your favorite part of playing Ryder in The Curse of the Sunset Starlet?

My favorite part was meeting Sally Kirkland and Kathleen Wilhoite. Oh and of course, the gory fake death scene, where my grandmother pretended to slit my throat...blood was everywhere. Lori Precious, the director, was great; she always had something to say and was very humorous.


9. Who have been your biggest influences/inspirations within the industry?

Most likely comedians like Robin Williams. I have always had a joking personality and I saw acting as an outlet for that, even though the roles that I usually like are serious which a contrast to my personality.


10. What have you been up to this year?

I started my Sophomore year in high school. I take my education very seriously, so I have dedicated almost all my time to achieving straight A's in all my classes. One of my classes is Film, which I really enjoy because I get to write, direct and film different kinds of projects. Besides school, I continue to be active in professional acting, taking classes, going out on auditions and when I am lucky enough, get to work on set with some awesome performers.


11. Are you involved with any specific charities?

There is a non-profit that I would like to tell you about. It is called The Artistic Dreams foundation. It was formed to help young talented performers who are in need. It is a great foundation. I would love to have the word spread about this. Most of the help they provide is non-monetary such as full scholarships to acting, singing or dance lessons, free headshots, assistance with dance or acting outfits, meeting agents, managers and casting directors. It's a great way to help really talented kids, that can't afford to keep their dream alive. If you'd like to find out more you can go to their website at http://www.artisticdreamsfoundation.org/


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I have been honored to work with some very talented people. Actors, Coaches, directors , crew, my agents at Coast to Coast and my awesome manager, Annet McCroskey of Artistic Endeavors who has been with me from the start. Everyone I have met along this journey has taught me so much. Thanks goes out to all of them. Thank you to those who have been part of my journey. I hope everyone has an awesome holiday season and has a really healthy and happy 2015.


We'd like to thank Niko for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!

(Image by Flygirl Photography)
Posted on Dec 15 2014 by Lisa
11 Days Til' Christmas!





Robbie Smith is Randall's older brother. This year he's been seen for Next UK and you've likely seen his Apple commercial airing last Thanksgiving! To keep up to date make sure to follow him on Twitter.








1. What was the experience like going on your first audition?

Well, I was kinda nervous, but I did a great job.


2. How awesome was it getting to work for Apple?

It was really awesome because they had lots of snacks. It was real food there!


3. What was your time on set like filming the commercial?

We had to pretend we were eating. I had to look at this pie and take a piece of the pie. The first piece was small, the second piece I took was big. I almost took the whole pie, and everyone laughed.


4. How did you react when you saw it on TV for the first time?

I was really proud of myself, and my family was very happy.


5. What was the best part about working for Next UK?

I don't know, I just had sooo much fun. Everything was my favorite part.


6. What inspired you to start learning the drums?

I just wanted to.


7. Have you gotten to go to the YR studio with your brother?

No, not yet. I'm at school when he goes.


8. If you could work on any project what would it be?

I would love to be on a TV show or commercial with my brother.


9. Who have been some of your favorite people to work with?

I love going into auditions with my brother.


10. What has been your favorite project to work on so far?

I did this commercial (PSA) for some medicine or something in Africa, that was so much fun. It was fun because I played soccer, and I had to pretend to be sick.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I hope you have a great Christmas, Merry Christmas!


We'd like to thank Robbie for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 14 2014 by Lisa
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Posted on Dec 13 2014 by Lisa
12 Days Til' Christmas!




Gabriel Maddox Maier appeared in an episode of The Young and the Restless last year. This year he has been busy working for Banzai, Petsmart, and his Ford commercial is currently airing! To keep up to date make sure to like his page on Facebook.








1. What was your time on set like filming your Petsmart commercial?

I loved working on my Petsmart commercial. I got to shoot two different spots. And I loved working with my co-star. He was nice and fluffy!


2. How did you feel seeing it on TV for the first time?

I couldn't believe that was me on the TV. Kinda embarrassed but proud the same time.


3. What is the best part about getting to work for the Disney Store?

When we filmed that spot, we filmed it in an actual Disney store and I got to play with a lot of the toys in there. Absolute best part of that job? They gave me so many toys and t-shirts. Really great!


4. What was your day on set like filming The Young and the Restless?

When I was on Y&R, it was a totally different experience. It was so quick, very fast paced. I had to learn blocking and it was only one or two takes.


5. How did you enjoy shooting for Banzai?

Banzai was super fun! We got to play on huge water slides all day. What a life!


6. What was the experience like working on A Place Called Hollywood?

On the set if A Place Called Hollywood, I got to work with some of my actor friends. It was a laid back vibe.


7. What was it like working with director Gregori J. Martin?

The director was super cool to work with.


8. How did you like shooting your commercial for Hershey's?

Shooting Hershey's was very challenging for me. I was a last minute replacement and got my script (entirely in Spanish) the night before. I worked with an awesome cast that helped me through that shoot.


9. Who have been some of your favorite people to work with?

One of my favorite was director Stacey Peralta, who shot my Ford spot this year. We talked a lot about skateboarding


10. What has been your favorite project to work on so far?

I love working on the McDonalds spot. I made so many new friends and it was such a big production. And the best part of all...I got to see myself on TV!!


We'd like to thank Gabriel for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!

(Image by Nicole Benitez)
Posted on Dec 13 2014 by Lisa
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24 Days Til' Christmas!
Our annual Holiday Q&A Event is back! Make sure to visit us every day between now and December 25th to view Q&A's with many of the kids who have appeared on the shows covered at the site. Questions you've submitted have been answered (please note that similar questions to past years, personal questions, and multiple questions worded similar were not sent, and everyone receives 10), and this is going to be our biggest year yet! Kicking us off is Robbie Tucker who played Fen on YR!





Robbie Tucker played the role of Fenmore Baldwin on The Young and the Restless from 2009-2012. He currently plays the role of Fitzy on See Dad Run and has been busy working on a new project for Nickelodeon! To keep up to date make sure to keep checking back here at the site.







1. How did you enjoy working with Michelle Stafford on YR?

I didn't have that many scenes with Michelle Stafford, but when I did I remember she was really fun to be around and very nice.


2. What was the best part of filming the Holiday play?

I was a part of a few holiday plays and those Christmas scenes were always so much fun because ALL of the Y&R families were involved! The best part was that all of us kids got to hang out together at the same time!


3. Have you kept in contact with any of your The Young and the Restless castmates?

Samantha Bailey and I (and our families) have stayed friends (we used to film scenes together a lot). In fact I'll be going to her birthday party soon!


4. What was the experience like filming your McDonald's commercial?

The McDonalds commercial was a great project! We shot that at a house in Pasadena. It was a long day but really fun working with the other actors who were my age. And we got to pretend to be super heroes....how cool was that!


5. How did you enjoy working with Kristin Chenoweth for Family Weekend?

Kristen Chenoweth played my mom on Family Weekend. She was so funny and always singing! It was such a fun film to be a part of and Kristen's character was so funny ... it was great to watch her film her scenes. I was only 10 then, but I still knew she was a big actor and I was proud to be able to work with her and learn from her.


6. What was it like filming an episode of Awkward?

Working on Awkward was awesome! It's my sister's show so I knew everyone and they knew me so I was comfortable. And working together with my sister was something that both Jillian and I always wanted to do and hope to do again!


7. Do you prefer to film movies or TV shows and why?

I really enjoy doing both pretty equally, but if I have to pick I would say TV. Every episode is different and I like the energy!


8. How would you describe your character Fitzy on See Dad Run?

Fitzy on SDR was Joe Hobbs best friend. They weren't the real popular kids and they were kinda nerdy. When I auditioned for Fitzy I brought that nerdy character to him and added his glasses during the audition process and the producers loved me! Fitzy would try to act cool and he always supported Joe and his ideas!


9. What is the best part about filming live for the show?

Filming live is awesome and the best part is feeling the energy from the audience and hearing their "live" responses and then afterwards getting to meet the fans!


10. What have you been up to this year?

It's been a very busy 2014. I filmed 5 new episodes of SDR that have been airing recently. I've been on a bunch of auditions and getting into the producers on all of them. I've been pinned for a couple along the way so I feel that soon the right role will come up for me again it's such a long process! I just worked on a voice over for an animated Nickelodeon short that will air in January between shows. I LOVE voice over work so I'm really excited about the project. I have an voice over project I just did for Intel that's in the works, and as I write I'm crossing my fingers on a pilot that I'm being considered for. Hopefully I'll be able to share good news on that soon!


We'd like to thank Robbie for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!

(Image by Deidhra Fahey)
Posted on Dec 01 2014 by Lisa
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