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The younger brother of Awkward. star Jillian Rose Reed, Robbie Tucker has made a mark on the entertainment industry in his own right. He broke into acting at the age of six when he appeared in a national commercials, and has since gone on to shoot ads for Target, Microsoft Bing, and McDonalds.  On the small screen, Tucker has showcased his talent in memorable guest spots on Criminal Minds, Flash Forward, The League, and in a recurring role as "Young Charlie Day" on the hit comedy It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia. Tucker has also ventured onto the big screen, where he has worked alongside Ben Stiller in Little Fockers and was nominated for an Young Artist Award for his role in Disney’s Prom. He has also been featured in the films Losing Control, and Shuffle. Tucker recently showcased his comedic talent with a guest-starring role on Season 2 of the critically-acclaimed series Awkward.
Tucker will next be seen on the big screen portraying Kristin Chenoweth's son in Family Weekend, which is set to hit theaters in limited release March 29, 2013. The film also stars Matthew Modine, Shirley Jones, Oleysa Rulin (HSM Trilogy), and Chloe Bridges (Carrie Diaries). In Family Weekend, Tucker stars in the lead role of Mickey Smith-Dungy, a fraternal twin and animal lover who suffers from undiagnosed Asperger's Syndrome. The story follows Mickey's older sister Emily as she takes drastic measures to get her parents perpetually-scattered attention.  
At 11 years old, he is already of veteran of many endeavors in both films and television. He is best known for his role as "Fenmore Baldwin" on The Young and the Restless, which earned him the Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Daytime Television Series in 2012.  
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