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Bobby Edner is a versatile young actor who handles both dramatic and comedic roles with ease. He already has numerous film and television credits to his name.
His feature film debut was in "The Muse" working opposite Sharon Stone and Albert Brooks. A role in the award winning "The Penny Promise" followed then a lead role in "The Trial Of Old Drum" based on a true story.
Bobby's compelling performance of a Missouri boy's fight for his canine best friend earned him a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Performance in a Television Movie.
In HBO/Stan Winston's remake of the "Creature Feature" series entitled, "The Day The World Ended", Bobby's portrayal of an exceptional boy who has powers earned him another Young Artist award nomination for Best Performance in a Television Movie.
Bobby took the unique opportunity to play a ghost in R.L. Steins' Haunted Lighthouse, 4D to perform his own stunts and was thrilled to work with legendary director Joe Dante.
In 2003, he completed filming a lead role in the 3rd installment of the Spy Kids trilogy Spy Kids 3D: Game Over released on July 25, 2003. Bobby portrayal of ‘Francis, The Brain' showcases his versatile acting and stunt abilities. He performed the song Heart Drive at the films' world premiere in Austin, Texas with his co-star Alexa Vega.
This young actor has over thirty five television guest appearances which include portraying diverse characters on Birds Of Prey, ER, 7th Heaven, Charmed, Judging Amy, Jag, Touched by An Angel, Philly and Veronica Mars.
A favorite choice for ADR (additional dialogue recording) work, Bobby has worked on several features including Agent Cody Banks, The Hunted, Kangaroo, Jack, Death to Smoochy and Monsters, INC.
In addition to his film and television work, major advertising agencies have featured Bobby in numerous national commercials.
As a professional "Hip-Hopper", Bobby is instantly recognized for his dancing homage to Michael Jackson in the Alien Ant Farms cover of Smooth Criminal, which is one of MTV's most requested videos.
Since 2006, Bobby is focused on his musical career with his band Varsity Fanclub but he enjoys coming back on the screen like he did in 2007 in the movie "Welcome To Paradise" and in 2008 when him and his bandmates appeared as guests in the tv series "The Middleman" playing their own character.
When he is not in front of the camera, Bobby excels in academics, music and sports. He is an avid golfer, plays basketball, writes songs and enjoys spending time with his family which includes his mother and father, close friends, his dog and younger sister, Ashley Edner born in 1990.