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By the time he was ten, he had made his film debut in the action drama, Extremely popular amongst tween viewers, the series was just what the actor had needed in order to propel himself into celebrity stardom.
To this date, his role as Ned Bigby remains to be one of his best remembered portrayals on television.
Upon its premiere on television, the series received a 4.5 rating and attracted over 914,000 young viewers.
Praised for its “unpredictable twists”, was met with generally positive reviews from critics.
Although was not released in theatres in the United States, it was shown in theatres in other countries around the world.Wanting to further pursue his acting career, he later moved to Hollywood with his mother the following year.After settling down in the new city, he landed a supporting role in the comedy TV film, where he played the on-screen brother of actress, Margo Harshman.Later available on DVD in November 2010, the movie featured an opening song performed by Kimberly Cole and Sandy Simmons; the song played during the ending credits on the other hand, was none other than Werkheiser’s first single called, . Created by Patrick Sean Smith, it followed the lives of a group of students at the fictitious Cyprus Rhodes University in Ohio; the show’s main characters include Rusty Cartwright (played by Jacob Zachar), Casey Cartwright (played by Spencer Gramer), Cappie (played by Scott Michael Foster), Evan Chambers (played by Jake Mc Dorman), and various others.In the film, the actor played the part of Victor Knudsenーthe high school freshman, while actress Scout Taylor Compton portrayed the role of his on-screen love interest, Anya Benton; other cast members include Tania Verafield, Ken Luckey, Nichloas Braun, Adam J. In the series, Werkheister portrayed the part of Peter Parkesーa student who first appears during the second episode of the fourth season; he later goes on to appear in various other episodes throughout the season. Released in theatres in the United States that April, it depicted the story of a group of teens, who get more than what had bargained for after testing the local myth of an evil witch.