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Kevin G. Schmidt, formerly best known as the chubby clarinet-playing son in the blockbuster Cheaper by the Dozen films or “Noah Newman” on the #1 daytime drama The Young and the Restless. Kevin also co-stars as Bull, the jock who
makes trouble for 'tween queens Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez, in the Disney original movie, Princess Protection Program. Currently he leads Cartoon Network’s first live-action scripted television series, UnNatural History. On top off all the acting, he manages to co-create, star, produce and direct his cult webseries, Poor Paul. The third season in production now.

Originally from Andover, Kansas, Kevin did not set out to work in entertainment. But with two brothers who were finding initial success as actors in Los Angeles, Kevin was eventually persuaded to go out on an audition or two. He was ten when he began booking a string of guest-starring roles in prime time. Kevin’s resume includes many notable television hits from dramas such as CBS’ NCIS and Without a Trace to quirky comedies like HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm and USA’s Monk. Kevin also found success on the big screen. In addition to the Cheaper by the Dozen films, Kevin co-starred with Ashton Kutcher in The Butterfly Effect. In Catch That Kid, Kevin counted Kristin Stewart and Corbin Bell as his co-stars.

Transitioning to leading man, Kevin recently starred as the
lead in the indie thriller Resurrection Mary opposite Sally Kirkland as well as the family hit Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel.


Having undergone his own personal metamorphosis at age 17 from chubby kid to young leading man, Kevin is now sharing what he has learned about fitness and health on his directorial debut, The Alyson Stoner Project. Teaming up with good friend and dance prodigy Alyson Stoner (Camp Rock, Cheaper by the Dozen), the pair have produced an instructional musical/fitness hybrid that uses the latest dance moves to get the body moving and celebrity interviews to help educate. ASP not only teaches kids the importance of fitness, nutrition and making good lifestyle choices, but also does so in a fun, relatable way. Kevin is currently developing The Alyson Stoner Project concept into a weekly TV series.

With an acting career that continues to flourish, Kevin is excited to create his own opportunities as he expands creatively into other disciplines with his writing, directing and producing. While most of his contemporaries are still deciding on a college major, 20 year old Kevin G. Schmidt is already working on the second phase of what will be a very long career.

Kevin resides in Los Angeles with his family. He continues to be an avid workout enthusiast. He loves to cook and is, at this very moment, hard at work reducing his carbon footprint.