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INTERVIEW: Jake Cherry

Jake Cherry

Thirteen year old actor Jake Cherry had more fun than a barrel of Capuchin Monkeys making last summer’s hit ‘Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian’, just released on DVD and Blu-ray! Acting alongside superstars Ben Stiller and Robin Williams then cracking open the schoolbooks and digging into homework is all in a day’s work for this rising young star. Get to know Jake Cherry, the New Jersey teen whose talent has brought him from hanging in his hometown to walking the red carpet at a Hollywood premiere!

Name: Jake Cherry
Home State: New Jersey
Birthday: September 15, 1996
Favorite Band: Weezer
Favorite TV Show: Family Guy
Favorite Vacation Spot: Disney World
Favorite Food: Spaghetti
Favorite Book: ‘Things Not Seen’ by Andrew Clemons
Favorite Actor: Tom Hanks

Career Start
Jake was born in New Jersey, commuting distance from New York City. He was discovered at a young age when he tagged along with his older brother Matthew to acting and modeling auditions. Matthew’s agent saw Jake’s boy-next-door cuteness and recognized his potential as a child actor.

Once Jake decided to give acting a try, it was apparent he had what it took to become a success in that super competitive world. He appeared in over 20 commercials and soon started landing television and movie roles. Before winning his role as Nick Daley in the ‘Night at the Museum’ movie series, he had roles in television shows like ‘Third Watch’, ‘Desperate Housewives’ and ‘House M.D.’ and in movies like ‘Miracle Run’ and ‘Friends with Money’.

Does he have any advice for other aspiring young actors? According to Jake, his first grade teacher played a role in his success. “She taught me to read with enthusiasm and vigor, and become a character while I read. Reading helps you become a better actor.”

Jake comes from a very talented family. Not only did his older brother once work as an actor, but his younger brother Andrew is also making a name for himself as a child star. The two brothers recently got a chance to act together in the movie ‘The Rebound’!

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