Born in 1994, Mr. Cash has already developed an impressive resume. He made his television debut at age four on the hit comedy series Kids Say The Darndest Things. The actor informed host Bill Cosby that he would become a movie star, a prediction that soon came true.
Mr. Cash has been featured in numerous national commercials, television series and films. After making his film debut in 2001's All You Need with Kellie Martin, he guest starred on the television series Judging Amy and Malcolm in the Middle. 2003 proved a successful year for Mr. Cash, when he won the Young Artist Award for his work on General Hospital and later appeared in The P.T. Johansen Field Guide To North American Monsters, written and directed by Chrysler Million Dollar Film Festival winner Andrew Mudge.
Mr. Cash has appeared in the feature films Bad Santa, The Polar Express and Fat Albert. He can also be seen, accompanied by legendary actress Julie Andrews, in the animated short The Cat That Looked At A King for the 40th Anniversary Special Edition DVD of Walt Disney's Academy Award®-winning film, Mary Poppins.
In his spare time, Mr. Cash enjoys karaoke, video games and sports like car racing, football and bowling. He resides just outside of Los Angeles with his family.