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MOISES ARIAS (Biaggio): Moises Arias is poised for a breakout year in 2013 with three very diverse roles in highly anticipated films. In addition to The Kings of Summer, Arias lends his voice to Universal Pictures' sequel Despicable Me 2, alongside Miranda Cosgrove and Steve Carrell. In November, he will be seen opposite Asa Butterfield and Harrison Ford in Summit Entertainment's sci-fi adventure Ender's Game based on the Orson Scott Card novel. The film, directed by Gavin Hood (X-Men Origins: Wolverine), follows an unusually gifted child that is sent to an advanced military school to prepare for a future alien invasion.

Arias, who made his feature film debut with a supporting role opposite Jack Black in Paramount Picture's Nacho Libre, recently lent his voice to the animated feature The Secret World of Arrietty. His other film credits include: Universal Home Video's Beethoven:The Reel Story, lead roles Lionsgate's The Perfect Game and the Disney Channel MOW "Dadnapped" opposite fellow "Hannah Montana" cast members Emily Osment and Jason Earles, Hannah Montana: The Movie and the animated feature Astroboy with Nicolas Cage.

Initially joining Disney Channel's hit series "Hannah Montana" in a recurring role, Arias's character 'Rico' became an instant fan favorite and he was upgraded to a series regular. His other television credits include guest starring roles on "Everybody Hates Chris," "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody" and "Wizards of Waverly Place."

Shortly after he was born in New York, NY, Arias and his family moved to Atlanta, GA. In Atlanta, he and his younger brother Mateo began taking classes at a local acting school. The school brought the Arias' to Los Angeles in January 2005 to compete in IMTA's acting and modeling competition. Shortly after they relocated to Los Angeles and Arias booked a national Burger King commercial and made his professional stage debut at the Mark Taper Forum in the world premiere of the Culture Clashes' critically acclaimed production "Water and Power."

He continues to divide his time between Atlanta and Los Angeles with his parents Monica and Ceasar and brother Mateo.

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