Switched at Birth
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Toby Kennish on ABC Family's "Switched at Birth"
Lucas Grabeel began his career in 2003 by moving to Los Angeles from Springfield, Missouri. He first worked on the Disney Channel Original Movies "Halloweentown High" and "Return to Halloweentown." In 2006 he was cast as Ryan Evans in Disney Channel's "High School Musical," which led to "High School Musical 2," and a feature film, "High School Musical 3: Senior Year." In between films, Grabeel and the cast set out on two international concert tours across North and South America.
Grabeel's television guest appearances include "CSI," "Family Guy," "The Cleveland Show," "Boston Legal," "Veronica Mars" and "Smallville." He returned to the stage in 2009 under the direction of Jason Alexander in "The Fantasticks," also starring Eric McCormick. Some of his other movies include "The Adventures of Food Boy," "Alice Upside Down" and "College Road Trip." In 2008 he appeared in the Academy Award-winning film "Milk," directed by Gus Van Sant and starring Sean Penn. Grabeel co-stars in "Virginia," written and directed by Dustin Lance Black and starring Jennifer Connelly and Ed Harris.