60 minutes, all king's men, broadway, broderick crawford, david auburn, disney, disney channel, fantasporto film festival, hamilton, helen hayes theater, jake gyllenhaal, Jake T. Austin, lin manuel miranda, los angeles, musical theatre, musicals, new york, portugal, pullitzer prize, rober penn warren, saturday night live, theatre, viola davis, west end, willie stark
Though being 25 usually means the starting point of a career to most of us, this assumption radically changes when you talk to such an experienced actor like Jake T. Austin. With key roles throughout his life in the animated series Go Diego Go!, movies like Hotel For Dogs and New Years Eve and TV series like The Wizards of Waverly Place, Jake has already appeared in 30 film and television productions altogether. He’s been nominated five times nominated to the Young Artist Awards and twice to the Teen Choice Awards. Now, as the lockdown begins to be lifted worldwide, we get the chance to chat about his acting background, as well as his interest in theatre and the importance of the arts in our lives.