Butler, Ross Fleming (born May 17, 1990) is a Hollywood actor from the United States. He is most recognised for his roles in Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why as Zach Dempsey and K.C. Undercover as Brett Willis. Shawn Levy directed and produced The Internship, a 2013 American comedy film written by Vince Vaughn and Jared Stern and directed by Shawn Levy.
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson star in the film as newly laid-off salesmen who compete for a job at Google against much younger and more technically capable applicants. In addition to Rose Byrne, Max Minghella, Aasif Mandvi, Josh Brener, Dylan O’Brien, Tobit Raphael, Tiya Sircar, Josh Gad, and Jessica Szohr, the film also features Rose Byrne, Max Minghella, Aasif Mandvi, Josh Brener, Dylan O’Brien, Tobit Raphael, Tiya Sircar, Josh Gad, and Jessica Sz
After the 2005 film Wedding Crashers, The Internship is the second film with Vaughn and Wilson in leading roles; the two had previously worked together in the 2004 picture Starsky & Hutch. After the 2012 feature The Watch, this is Levy’s second collaboration with Vaughn and Stern, and Levy’s third with Wilson, following the previous two Night at the Museum films.
The film received mixed reviews from reviewers when it was released on June 7, 2013, and it grossed $93 million worldwide.Flavors of Youth (Japanese:, romanized: shikioriori, lit. “From Season to Season”; Chinese: ) is a 2018 anime/Donghua anthology drama film directed by Li Haoling, Jiaoshou Yi Xiaoxing, and produced by Noritaka Kawaguchi.
It was released in Japan and China on August 4, 2018, and globally on the same day by StudioCanal and Netflix. It is a Japanese-Chinese co-production between CoMix Wave Films and Haoliners Animation League. Shazam! is a 2019 superhero film produced by New Line Cinema and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. It is the seventh instalment in the DC Extended Universe and is based on the DC Comics character of the same name (DCEU).
Zachary Levi, Mark Strong, Asher Angel, Jack Dylan Grazer, and Djimon Hounsou feature in this film directed by David F. Sandberg from a screenplay by Henry Gayden and a story by Gayden and Darren Lemke. The film follows Billy Batson (Angel), a youngster who is chosen by the ancient wizard Shazam (Hounsou) to be his new champion by using the word “Shazam,” which transforms him into an adult superhero (Levi) with numerous superpowers.
To stop the villainous Dr. Thaddeus Sivana (Strong) and the Seven Deadly Sins, Billy and his foster brother Freddy Freeman (Grazer) must uncover Billy’s new abilities. Butler is the son of a Chinese-Malaysian mother and an English-Dutch father, both of whom were born in Singapore. He was reared by his mother in Fairfax, Virginia, a suburb of Washington, D.C., after relocating to the United States when he was four years old.
At Ohio State University, he pursued a degree in chemical and biomolecular engineering. After a year, he quit out and returned to Virginia to attend community college. After that, at the age of 20, he moved to Los Angeles. Butler began acting classes when he was 21 years old. He began his acting career by appearing in student films and low-budget films.
On the Disney Channel series K.C. Undercover, he had his breakout recurring role. He appeared in the Disney Channel films Teen Beach 2 and Perfect High, among others.He made his Riverdale debut in 2017 as Reggie Mantle. He went on to play Zach Dempsey in 13 Reasons Why and left Riverdale due to his dedication to the show.
In Riverdale’s 100th episode, “The Jughead Paradox,” he would reprise his role as Mantle in a scene with his successor Charles Melton. In the superhero blockbuster Shazam! in 2019, he plays Adult Eugene Choi. In To All the Boys: Peter Kavinsky, he played Trevor, Peter’s best friend. Netflix is releasing P.S. I Still Love You in 2020.
Butler was set to star in the Quibi series Swimming with Sharks alongside Kiernan Shipka in 2020.After the fall of Quibi’s platform, the project remained unreleased; however, Roku plans to release it in the spring of 2022. Butler will star alongside Kiana Madeira and Matthew Notzka in Claudia Tan’s Perfect Addiction and Ashley Liao in Abigail Hing Wen’s Loveboat, Taipei.
Fleming, Ross Butler was born in Singapore’s Queenstown on May 17, 1990, to a British–Dutch father and a Chinese–Malaysian mother. He grew up in Northern Virginia, where he was reared by his mother.As a child, he enjoyed playing the piano and guitar. He, too, was a die-hard gamer. He is the proud owner of a pet turtle named Sheldon. In southern California, he mentors children at the ‘Boys and Girls Club of Venice.’
He attended ‘Langley High School’ before enrolling at ‘Ohio State University’ to study biomolecular and chemical engineering, only to discover that he disliked it.Since he was a child, Ross has wished to be an actor. After a year, he dropped out of university to pursue his dream of becoming an actor.He eventually dropped out of college and moved to Los Angeles in 2010. On his 21st birthday, a friend gifted Butler with the cost of his first acting session.
Ross made his acting debut in ‘The Gateway Life,’ in which he played ‘Allen.’ The movie did not draw in a large enough audience. Butler gave it his all, but he didn’t get any credit.He later appeared in the second season of ‘Major Crimes,’ a television series that premiered in 2013. He played the character of ‘Ian Yorita’ in an episode titled ‘Pick Your Poison.’ The second season of the show aired between June 10, 2013 and January 13, 2014. The series had a total of 19 episodes.
In 2013, he landed the role of “Tony” in the TV movie “Camp Sunshine.” The story revolved around counsellors at a summer camp who were attempting to cope with their dislike of the season. In the same year, Ross starred in the short film “Work It Out” as “Eddie Peon.”In 2014, he was cast in four series and two films. He played the character ‘Roy’ in the film ‘Two Bedrooms.’ A ghost visited two girls in their apartment, according to the story.
He played “Leroy” in the movie “Rules of the Trade.” The plot revolved around a lonely drug dealer who found love on an online dating website.He appeared in the 2014 television series ‘Star Seed’ as ‘Chris Choi.’ He also portrayed ‘Chris’ in the television series ‘Hollywood.’ ‘Dog Park’ and ‘Happyland’ were two of his TV appearances.
By 2015, he had attracted the attention of both the public and critics. In the TV movie “Teen Beach 2,” he plays “Spencer Watkins.” Despite mixed reviews, the film drew 7.5 million viewers on its opening night.He then appeared in the 2015 drama film ‘Perfect High,’ alongside Bella Thorne, as ‘Nate.’ In the film, he played Riley’s best friend’s boyfriend. The movie tackled the difficult subject of drug addiction.
In 2015, Ross played ‘Hunter’ in three episodes of ‘Chasing Life.’ After that, he starred in the film ‘Hacker’s Game,’ as Jeremy.After that, he starred in the 2015 comedy series ‘K.C. Undercover.’ In the series, he played ‘Brett Willis,’ the main character’s boyfriend and a bad guy. ‘K.C. Cooper,’ the show’s protagonist, was a math genius.
He made his acting debut in the 2016 television series ‘Teen Wolf,’ which was based on the 1985 film of the same name. He played Nathan Pierce for three episodes of the show.Butler appeared in six episodes of the online series “Riverdale” in 2017 as “Reggie Mantle.” The characters in ‘Archie Comics’ were heavily influenced by the sitcom’s characters.
In the same year, he starred in the popular teen web series ’13 Reasons Why,’ which was broadcast on Netflix. In the series, he portrayed ‘Zach Dempsey,’ a caring friend of ‘Justin’ and ‘Bryce.’He played the character of “Limo” in the anime anthology drama film “Flavors of Youth.” In ‘Hacker’s Game Redux,’ he plays the role of ‘Jeremy.’ He played Jeremy again in this film, reprising his role from the 2015 film ‘Hacker’s Game.’
His upcoming science-fiction film, “Shazam!” is currently in the works. It’s unclear what role he played in the film. He also appeared in Season 2 of Netflix’s ’13 Reasons Why.’Ross Butler has never been involved in a squabble. He didn’t date anyone until he was in his early twenties because he believed that one should be emotionally ready before making a major commitment.
His ability to defy expectations is well-known. Every Asian actor in Hollywood was previously cast as a nerd or engineer. In contrast, Ross was cast in “all-American” roles. He was hoping to change people’s minds about Asians.He declared in an interview that he was proud of his Asian ancestry.
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