The show he's on is called "Ugly Betty" (ABC) but there's no question that Mark Indelicato's role as Betty's flamboyant young nephew has been a major contributor to the show's appeal.
Underage characters are increasingly featured on television in scenes with sexually exploitative content, which raises tough questions for performers.
Legislation designed to protect child actors from sexual predators has been signed into law by California Gov. Jerry Brown.
Theaterworks USA puts on a clever, fun production of one of the saddest children’s books ever written, with sincere turns from all three cast members and a solid adaptation by director Kevin Del Aguila.
Lindsay Silberman wants to remind everyone that before “Big Love” or the new A&E drama “Those Who Kill,” Sevigny wowed us all in Harmony Korine’s “Kids.”
Backstage member and child actor Chloe Elaine Scharf’s credits include “Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close,” “Boardwalk Empire,” and other TV, commercial, and theater work.
With pilot season approaching, Denise Simon wants you to be prepared—whether you're a young actor, or the parent of one!
The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences recognized excellence in foreign children’s television programming for the first time, honoring programs from Argentina, Japan, Norway, and the U.K.
Grace Kaufman chats about voice acting for kids and working on Nick Jr.’s “Bubble Guppies.”
Camp Broadway Dance announces a last call for the registration to its Feb. 16–18 program for teenage dancers between the ages of 14 and 18