Nov. 30th, 1994
Los Angeles, California, USA
Dylan Cash's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2006 - Shark Bait
2004 - The Polar Express
2003 - Bad Santa
Guest TV Roles
6th Grace Boy
Award-winning actor Dylan Cash made his television debut at 4 years old on the CBS hit family comedy show Kids say the Darndest Things. He charmed host Bill Cosby after emphatically announcing he was going to be a movie star! His appearance has been chosen as one the series' favorite moments. In 2004 Dylan was delighted to work with Mr. Cosby again when he filmed Fat Albert (2004) a live action, feature length version of the popular cartoon series.
Now, he is 10 years old and Dylan already has numerous credits to his name. He was nominated for a 2004 Young Artist Award and earned the award in 2003 for his compelling portrayal of Michael Corinthos III on the EMMY® award-winning daytime drama "General Hospital" (1963) on ABC.
Recently Dylan shared the screen with legend Julie Andrews (I) in an animated short, done in the style of the chalk drawings seen in the film, produced exclusively for the 40th Anniversary Special Edition DVD of Walt Disney's Academy Award® winning film Mary Poppins (1964). Dylan Cash and Ms. Andrews, magically enter the animated world of the chalk drawings to experience a whimsical tale based on The Cat That Looked at a King (2004) (V) by P.L. Travers.
Dylan has appeared in many commercials including national spots for ADT Security System, McDonalds, Johnson & Johnson Pledge Wax, Sargento Foods, KBKids.com (Toy Story 2), Qwest Communication, 800.com, PNC Bank, Toyota, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, AAA Insurance, MasterCard, Suzuki, Motel 6, Quaker Oats and Energizer Bunny.
Dylan is the spokesman for Fuji Film's "Meet the Greens " National Television Ad Campaign. He filmed 3 national spots: Date, Charades & Miracle. With his red hair and engaging grin, Dylan is a typical little boy who loves karaoke, baseball, football and bowling.
The declaration Dylan made just a few years ago to Bill Cosby is well on its way to coming true.