|Glendale - California
Nathan Kress is a TV Actor, and he was born on 18 November - 1992(31 years old) in California. Nathan Kress zodiac sign is Scorpio. More detailed information about Nathan Kress given below.
About Nathan Kress
Freddie Benson on Nickelodeon's iCarly, which became one of Nickelodeon's most-watched tween sitcoms, made him a household name. He was cast as Pinky Malinky in the Nickelodeon cartoon series.
He gained recognition with a small role on Nickelodeon's Drake & Josh after playing a young Simon Cowell on a Jimmy Kimmel Live! comedy sketch.
Nathan Kress before fame
At the age of three, he began acting and modeling professionally, and he played the lead part in a school performance of The Emperor's New Clothes.
Achievement of Nathan Kress
After playing a young Simon Cowell in a Jimmy Kimmel Live! comedy routine, he landed a small role on Nickelodeon's Drake & Josh.
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Nathan Kress family life
Rita is his mother's name, and he has two older brothers, Andrew and Kevin. He married actress London Elise Moore in 2015. In December 2017, he and London welcomed their first child, a daughter named Rosie. In March 2021, they welcomed their second daughter, Evie Elise Kress.
Associations of Nathan Kress
In Nickelodeon's iCarly, he co-starred with Miranda Cosgrove.
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Facts - Nathan Kress
- What was the result of his attempt? Streamy Award became the cherished prize for his hard labor.
- Nathan Kress is a devoted Christian.
- Is there any interest in social network? Networks are a great means for him to declare his ideas, entertain the followers, mix with people.
- When he was six years old he had a nervous breakdown because of the hasty lifestyle of an actor. Nathan Kress stopped it and returned to acting only some years later.
- When did his acting career start? Nathan Kress considers the start and push of his acting career the school performance which changed his life. Nathan Kress played one of the leading parts in it and he is sure that at that time he realized his plan for his profession.
- Is he known for his charity activity? Hospitals and shelters get means from him. Nathan Kressu0027s philanthropic activity includes projects organized for the underprivileged, people with serious diseases. Nathan Kress is also involved in religious work connected with missions.
- Has the actor been engaged in any other activities except acting? Nathan Kress is making his first attempts as a director.
Nathan Kress Timeline
Kress was born on November 18, 1992 in Glendale, California. He has two brothers, Andrew and Kevin, neither of whom are involved in show business. Kress began his professional career at the age of four when he displayed a natural talent for memorizing and re-enacting the shows he saw on television, prompting his mother to take him to an open "cattle call" showcase where he was quickly signed with a talent agent. Over the next three years, Kress modeled for various print advertisements, as well as performing in numerous commercials and voice-over roles; the most notable of which was his dual role as the voices of "Easy" and "Tough Pup" in the 1998 feature film Babe: Pig in the City. At the age of six, he decided to take a break from acting and return to regular school, where he led a relatively "normal" life for the next five years until deciding to return to acting professionally at the age of eleven.
In April 2005, Kress made his first live television appearance since returning to acting in a comedy sketch on Jimmy Kimmel Live! where he played a young Simon Cowell of American Idol, and would continue to appear in various comedy sketches on the show a total of 5 times over the next year. Kress continued to land steady work over the next two years, appearing in guest-starring roles on dramatic series such as House, Standoff, and Without a Trace as well as the Disney Channel comedy series The Suite Life of Zack & Cody. Kress also appeared in several short films including Pickled, Magnus, Inc., and Bag, for which he was awarded a 168 Film Festival Jury Award for his portrayal of a small-fry drug dealer with a conscience. In addition to live-action roles, Kress continued to work as a voice-actor, lending his voice to various characters in the animated feature film Chicken Little and on the Nickelodeon animated series Shuriken School.
In February 2006, Kress landed a small role on the popular Nickelodeon family series Drake & Josh. He played the role of Toplin, a "geeky" kid at a birthday party with a crush on Drake and Joshu0027s younger sister Megan Parker (played by Miranda Cosgrove) in the episode Battle of Panthatar. Kress did not know it at the time, but this small role would lead to an opportunity that would catapult him to stardom. While filming his scenes for Drake & Josh, television show creator and executive producer Dan Schneider took an interest in him and called him over to talk with him and to introduce him to some network executives. At the time, Schneider was developing a new series for Nickelodeon, and was on the lookout for someone to play one of the lead roles in the untitled project, which would later become known as iCarly.
On September 8, 2007, iCarly debuted on Nickelodeon and quickly became a fan favorite. On the show, Kress plays Fredward "Freddie" Benson, the technical producer for the fictional web-show iCarly, which stars his characteru0027s two best friends, Carly Shay (Cosgrove) and Samantha "Sam" Puckett (McCurdy). His character has a crush on the main character Carly, and a feuding, bitter-sweet, love/hate relationship with Carlyu0027s best friend and web-show co-star, Sam. The show became Nickelodeonu0027s most-watched show aimed at tweens, and catapulted Kress to international fame among adolescents. Kressu0027 performance on the show has been characterized by one reviewer for Variety as "sweetly nerdy".
In 2008, Kress starred in the Nickelodeon television movie Gym Teacher: The Movie. In the movie, Kress played "Roland", a decidedly uncoordinated student who transfers to a new school and must be whipped into shape by his ambitious gym teacher, Dave Stewie (Christopher Meloni). Later that same year, he starred as Freddie Benson in the television movie iCarly: iGo to Japan, Nickelodeonu0027s first television film adaptation of iCarly television series. Throughout 2009, Kress continued to play the role of Freddie on iCarly, but was unable to take on other projects due to Nickelodeonu0027s decision to film both seasons two and three of the show back-to-back without the usual hiatus between filming seasons, in order to make up for the time lost during the 2008 writers strike.
In March 2010, Kress guest-starred in the CBS television series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in season 10: episode 15 titled "Neverland". Kress played Mason Ward, one of two best friends of a fourteen-year-old victim with traces of blood of an inmate under his fingernails. Kress told Fanlala.com of his CSI role "It was a great opportunity to try my hand at something different. I had done scenes in dramas in the past, but other than a few semi-serious scenes on iCarly, it had been a long time since Iu0027ve had the opportunity to do anything other than comedy." Later that same year, Kress returned to comedic roles, guest-starring as Prince Gabriel on the Nickelodeon comedy series True Jackson, VP, and as the voice of Ronald on the Nickelodeon animated series The Penguins of Madagascar.
In 2011, Kress continued to appear in the role of Freddie Benson on the fourth season of iCarly, and in January 2011, Miranda Cosgrove began telling news sources that she was looking forward to returning to Hollywood to begin filming the fifth season of the main character of the Nickelodeon show. On January 27, 2011 Cosgrove told Cleveland Live News "Weu0027re getting ready to start the next season, right after the (Dancing Crazy) tour. I would be willing to do the show as long as people like it and as long as it works." On January 29, 2011, Reuters also reported that Cosgrove was preparing to begin filming season 5, and on February 3, 2011 Cosgrove told The Middletown Press, when speaking of the show and her co-stars, Kress and Jennette McCurdy: "Iu0027ve known them since I was little. I canu0027t wait to get back. Iu0027m really comfortable doing [iCarly]. Itu0027s like my home away from home." The show was later renewed for a sixth and final season, with the series finale "iGoodbye" airing on November 23, 2012. Kress would eventually reprise the role of Freddie Benson in one episode of the showu0027s spin-off series Sam & Cat which aired in January 2014.
In 2014, Kress co-starred in his first major film, Into the Storm, and had a major role in the web show Video Game High School as "The New Law".
On May 29, 2015, Kress became engaged to his girlfriend, actress, stunt performer, and Into the Storm castmate London Elise Moore. They married on November 15, 2015, in Los Angeles. Their first child, a girl was born on December 21, 2017. On October 21, 2020, Kress announced that he is expecting his second child with his wife.
In 2019, Kress started a podcast called RadioActive Dads with Brett Davern.
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Nathan Kress was born on 18 November, 1992.
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