Doing an animation is nothing like anything you could ever experience. You get to be a kid again and just play dress up in a movie studio.
I can move, but I've never background-danced for anybody.
I grew up in a really small town: LaGrange, Georgia. There weren't a lot of creative outlets there, so I did local castings.
I grew up singing in church. I've been doing that since I was 3 years old. Singing was a blessing for me to do.
I'd love to do Broadway. It's funny. I love it, but I've never actually seen an actual Broadway show, not even 'Hairspray.'
'Party Up' is like 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' crossed with 'House Party.' It's basically about this kid, my character, who's this smooth, intelligent kid who's petitioning to throw this big end-of-the-year-bash house party, and so he goes and manipulating different people and ruining lives. He somewhat has a selfish heart, but he's a nice guy.
I have a growing resume, but it's because I'm very selective. There are a lot of actors in my position that are like me: they have an opportunity to make a lot of money early in their career, and they do that, and after that, there's nothing to sustain that. There's no art or interest in your craft from the people that want to see you.