5' 7" (1.7 m)
Sloane Morgan Siegel was born in Washington, DC, and raised on a Rescue Farm in West Virginia prior to coming to Hollywood at age 10 to pursue his dream of becoming a world-class actor. He is a "Legal 18", SAG/AFTRA actor who can both sing and dance (in fact he started out as a dancer before his acting career took off) with more than 50 films and 45 national and international commercials, 16 TV Pilots, 40+ television appearances, 20 voice-overs, 3 plays, and multiple music videos and print model work in his credits. He has been trained on screen combat, works out weekly with a professional trainer, and performs most all of his own stunts. Sloane is best known for his titular leading role as Gortimer in "Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street", which is an award-winning original TV Series developed by Amazon Studios. On March 15, 2015, he won the Best Actor Award as the Lead in a TV Series presented by the 36th annual Young Artists Awards, and he won it again in 2016 and again this year in 2017. In 2017, he also won the Best Teen Actor in TV Award from the Young Entertainer Award. He has been a lead more than 20 times and while every one of his films has won awards, one has won 16 Film Festival awards. Sloane just completed a major guest starring role (Evan) on the new hit series, "Pure Genius" on CBS, where half of the one-hour drama is dedicated to his character. Sloane completed a recurring co-star role on the CBS sitcom, "Partners", and guest spots on popular shows such as "Wendell & Vinnie", "Modern Family", "Big Time Rush", "The Neighbors", and "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno.