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Joey Luthman


Joey Luthman was born the 14th January 1997 and hails from Dayton, Ohio. He has 6 brothers and sisters, who are also musicians and thespians. He has been performing since age 5. He started at The Dayton Playhouse (where Rob Lowe also began) and La Comedia Dinner Theatre, working with Directors and Actors from New York. He was discovered at a National Talent Competition in Orlando, FLA. In Dec. 2006. At that time his resume included more than 20 Theatrical Productions, several Television appearances, and several regional commercials.

He came to LA in January of 2006 for a brief visit and began filming UCLA and Chapman Graduate Thesis Films. His family decided to relocate to LA in January of 2007. He has won scholarships for Diane Christiansen and Howard Fine/ Deborah Gibson’s Camp Electric Youth.

He nabbed a recurring role as “Dave” on iCarly Season 2 and was recurring as “Rad Ferris” on "Weeds." Other guest Star roles include ABC’s Private Practice, he returned in the role in November 2009 in the episode (Sins of the father). He also guested on CBS’s Eleventh Hour, and ABC’s October Road, Others in the list of his numerous TV roles includes "Ghost Whisperer", "The Forgotten", "Kickin' It" and New Girl just to name a few. Joey had recurring roles on the series How to Rock, "Chosen" and "The Goldbergs." Joe's numerous TV roles continued with an appearance on the series "Battle Creek" (2015), playing Young Luke Spencer on "General Hospital," Bryan on "Short Girls Club" (2015),  Alex Murphy on "Strings" (2016) and Beckett on "Astrid Clover" and guest roles on "Instant Mom" (2015), "Last Man Standing" (2016) and Adam Ruins Everything  (2016).

His Feature Films include An American Carol directed by David Zucker, with Kevin Farley and Kelsey Grammer. Forget Me Not where he plays the younger Cody Linley, from Hannah Montana, Kissing Strangers with Andy Dick and Seymour Castle.  Other feature films are "10.0 Earthquake" (2014), Opening Night (2014), "Opening Night" (2016) and for 2017 The Last Champion. Joey also has numerous short films to his credit.
Joey is known as a quadruple threat singer, dancer, actor and musician, as he demonstrated on CBS, ”Tyra Banks Show” in 2007, and with his Stand Up Comedy Shows at the LA Hollywood Improv. He is a multiple winner of the Young Artist Award and has been nominated numerous times for his work.

He also received the 2008 “Best Child Actor” Award from the OMNI Music and Acting Awards with Louis Gossett Jr. @ theSkirball Center in LA, CA on May 11, 2008.