Birth NameDylan Joseph Cash
Mini BiographyDYLAN CASH
Award-winning actor Dylan Cash made his television debut at 4 years old on the CBS hit family comedy show "Kids Say The Darndest Things". He charmed host Bill Cosby after emphatically announcing he was going to be a movie star! His appearance has been chosen as one the series' favorite moments. In 2004 Dylan was delighted to work with Mr. Cosby again when he filmed Fat Albert (2004) a live action, feature length version of the popular cartoon series.
By 10 years old Dylan had numerous credits to his name The Polar Express, Fat Albert, Bad Santa, Judging Amy, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Family Affair, Malcolm in the Middle, The Division and more. In 2003 he was awarded Young Artist Award for his compelling portrayal of Michael Corinthos III on the EMMY Award-winning Daytime Drama General Hospital on ABC. Again in 2004, Dylan also received a nomination for the Young Artist Award for his performance. Dylan played the role of Michael from 2002 to 2009. At that time, Dylan was the youngest actor to be placed under contract with a network on a major daytime television serial.
Dylan has shared the screen with legend Julie Andrews in an animated short, done in the style of the chalk drawings seen in the film, produced exclusively for the 40th Anniversary Special Edition DVD of Walt Disney's Academy Award winning film "Mary Poppins". Dylan Cash and Ms. Andrews, magically enter the animated world of the chalk drawings to experience a whimsical tale based on "The Cat That Looked at a King" by P.L. Travers.
Dylan has appeared in over 60 national commercials including national spots for ADT Security System, McDonalds, Johnson & Johnson Pledge Wax, Sargento Foods, KBKids.com (Toy Story 2), Qwest Communication, 800.com, PNC Bank, Toyota, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, AAA Insurance, MasterCard, Suzuki, Motel 6, Quaker Oats, Energizer Bunny and Farmers Insurance.
Dylan was the spokesman for Fuji Film's "Meet the Greens " National Television Ad Campaign. He filmed 4 national spots: Date, Charades, Flowers & Miracle. The ad campaign also ran in mainstream magazines, Sunday newspaper inserts and outdoor billboards.
In 2010, Dylan established, Poolside Production, an independent production company developing projects in television and film. He is currently working on a graphic novel as well as creating characters and television series within the world of animation.