Stuart Allan (age 19) lives in Los Angeles, California and is known for his work as Robin/Damian Wayne with Warner Bros and DC Comics (7 films to date) and as Russell Clay on Cartoon Network's Transformers: Robots in Disguise (4 seasons) and was originally raised in Northern Virginia near Washington, D.C. His passion for the performing arts began at age five in community theatre and school. Stuart now enjoys working in Hollywood on film, TV, and voiceover productions (including animations and radio/TV broadcasting). Stuart was recently honored as winner at The 36th Young Artist's Awards for "Best Actor in a Voice Over Role" for Son of Batman (2014) as Damian Wayne (Robin). Most recently, Stuart had loved working on six major projects: Son of Batman (2014) and Batman vs. Robin (2015) as Damian Wayne (the son of Batman) for Warner Bros, as well as Batman: Bad Blood (2016) and Justice League vs. Teen Titans (2016), also as Robin/Damian Wayne. On CBS's Bad Teacher (2014), Stuart played the recurring role of James Pfaff for eight episodes. Stuart's voiceover series regular role as Russell in Transformers: Robots in Disguise (2014), may be seen on Cartoon Network on Saturdays at 6:30am PST. He has been thrilled to play named recurring and guest/co-star roles for top shows at CBS, Disney, and Nickelodeon. Stuart has also enjoyed playing principal, recurring guest star and costar roles for FOX, ABC, DreamWorks, ESPN, HUB, Cartoon Network, FX and other major studios, with more projects underway. Feel free to peruse Stuart's filmography. He has been honored to work on many well known productions, with wonderfully talented artists. Nickelodeon highlights include iCarly (2007) (as Jake) and The Haunted Hathaways (2013) (as Barry Fink). On Nickelodeon's Game Shakers (2015), Stuart plays the Gamer Villian, Todd Shaftner, in Season 1, Episode 10: "You Bet Your Bunny". For Disney, Stuart has worked on Good Luck Charlie (2010) (as Noah Nixon), Gravity Falls (2012) (as young Grunkle Stan), and Guess How Much I Love You: The Adventures of Little Nutbrown Hare (2012) (as "Little Gray Squirrel" in 52 episodes). He's been featured in DreamWorks Rise of the Guardians (2012) and ESPN 2012 and 2013 Little League World Series (2015) (as Principal Youth Announcer). Stuart has recurred in various roles for Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2003) in the comedy commercials and animations during the show. Stuart has also played principal roles in Jedi Camp (2012), an anti-bullying web series (as Lucas Skywalker) and the film A Very Jewish Christmas (as Howard Silver), as well as various lead theatrical roles. He was delighted to play in the chilling thriller The Inn as the lead child. Stuart adores doing unique and zany voice-overs, and was a series regular in the Zoomies TV pilot (as Nigel the Badger). Stuart also loves speaking in many different accents for fun. His favorites are British, New York, Jersey, Russian, Southern, and Zany voices too. He always loves to switch accents around the house just for fun... or to confuse his parents. :-) For radio, Stuart may be heard on Armed Forces Radio (PSAs), Farmers Insurance, Children's Hospital, Columbus Zoo, Aquarium, and others. Stuart has also enjoyed solo singing roles in "From Heaven to Birth" and "Joseph and the Amazing Technical Dreamcoat". Stuart has many interests and skills. He is advanced in martial arts (Black Belt candidate, Elite Team, Weapons), loves dancing, singing, skate boarding, caster boarding, cooking, writing and telling stories, para-sailing, baseball, chess, parrots (other animals too), and of course video games with friends. In 2017, Stuart graduated from Village Christian High School with AP/Honors and GPA above 4.0. Stuart now attends college in Los Angeles, CA as an Honors double major in Finance & Economics and Television Production at CSUN. Stuart plans to continue performing while attending college, building his start-up gaming business and sharing his passion for gaming, voice-over and the performing arts.
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|Teen Titans: The Judas Contract English Action Animated Film ||April 4, 2017|