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Holly Stephey Talks to Sir Castanon!

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Colorado native Castanon moved from Denver to L.A. in September 2004 following his discovery at a New York acting convention. He immediately booked two short films, a McDonalds commercial and co-starring appearances on TNT’s “Wanted” and NBC’s “Crossing Jordan”. In early 2005, Castanon guest starred on hit CBS series “Ghost Whisperer” and “N.C.I.S.” His performance on “Ghost Whisperer” earned critical acclaim, his 1st Young Artist Award and consideration for other major Hollywood honors. In July 2005, 10 mths after beginning his professional acting career, Castanon broke into feature film playing Adam Sandler's son in Columbia Pictures/Revolution Studios “Click”. Castanon worked non-stop in 2006 earning recurring roles CBS/Paramount's TV series “Jericho” and VH1's "I Hate My 30s", guest star on CBS-TV's "Shark" and WB’s “Pepper Dennis” and costar on CBS’ “Without a Trace” in addition to his second feature film Turkey Ranch Productions’ “Dead Write” and a lead on the upcoming CBS miniseries “Comanche Moon” - the prequel to “Lonesome Dove” starring Val Kilmer. Joseph moved on to his third feature film Woodland Productions' "Plot 7". Impressed with Joseph, "Plot 7" filmmakers referred Joseph for a starring role in the short film "Little Wings" 2007 brought numerous opportunities for Joseph including the feature film "Happiness Runs" starring Rutger Hauer, multiple episodes of VH-1's "I Hate My 30s" and a comical co-star on NBC's "E.R." Joseph opened 2008 with a guest starring role on "October Road" and a lead role on the third and final episode of CBS' prequel to "Lonesome Dove" entitled "Comanche Moon" (earning Joseph his second Young Artist Award). He followed with a booking for the film "Nick & Tristian Go Mega Dega." He most recently co-starred in the West Coast Ensemble stage production of "Big the Musical" Joseph Castanon loves to dance & sing.