|Born||William Brent Unger
October 15, 1995 
Palm Beach County, Florida, United States
|Known for||California chrome, Lab Rats, National Treasure: Book of Secrets|
William Brent "Billy" Unger (born October 15, 1995) is an American actor and martial artist, best known for playing Chase Davenport in the Disney XD sitcom "Lab Rats".
Life and career
Billy Unger was born in Palm Beach County, Florida, on October 15, 1995. Billy and his family moved to Hollywood in 2006. He enjoys extreme martial arts, advanced stunting, motocross, surfing, skateboarding, hip-hop dancing, singing, and playing guitar. He resides in Studio City, California with his family. He has an older sister, Erin, and a younger brother, Eric.
Since moving to LA, Billy has guest starred on Disney XD's Kickin' It, Disney Channel's Sonny with a Chance, A.N.T. Farm, No Ordinary Family, Ghost Whisperer, Hawthorne, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Mental, Medium, Desperate Housewives, Cold Case, Scrubs, and made an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. He is currently starring as "Chase", the youngest of the three super-human teens, in the new Disney series Lab Rats.
Billy is also in a recently formed band called "California Chrome" with singer Travis Cormier and bassist Marcelo Feldman, and will be touring summer 2014.
|2007||Seven's Eleven: Sweet Toys||Frankie||Film Debut|
|National Treasure: Book of Secrets||Charles Gates|
|Rock Slyde||Young Rock Slyde|
|Crank: High Voltage||Young Chev Chelios|
|Cop Dog||Robby North||Lead Role|
|Opposite Day||Sammuel " Sammy" Benson||Lead Role|
|Children of the Corn||Additional Voice||Television Movie|
|Alabama Moon||Additional Voices||Television Movie|
|2010||Jack and the Beanstalk||Prince Charming|
|Monster Mutt||Zack Taylor||Lead Role|
|The Invited||Additional Voices|
|Sammy's Adventures: The Secret Passage||Hatchling Sammy|
|You Again||Ben Olsen|
|The Lost Medallion: The Adventures of Billy Stone||Billy Stone||Lead Role|
|The Love Forever||Joseph||Post-production|
|2007||Scrubs||Devin||"My Turf War" (Season 6, Episode 18)|
|Cold Case||Jeff Reed||"Stalker" (Season 4, Episode 24)|
|The Tonight Show with Jay Leno||Kid #2||Episode dated October 31, 2007|
|Desperate Housewives||Chad||"Gossip" (Season 3, Episode 20)|
|Jeremy McMullin||"Something's Coming" (Season 4, Episode 9)|
|2008||Medium||Young Joey||"Being Joey Carmichael"|
|Can You Teach My Alligator Manners?||Eric||"Birthday Manners"|
|"Good Sport Gator"|
|Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles||Martin "Marty" Bedell||"Goodbye to All That"|
|Family Guy||School Kid||"Tales of a Third Grade Nothing" (voice)|
|Special Agent Oso||Michael||(voice)|
|2009||Mental||Conor Stephens||"Manic at the Disco" (Season 1, Episode 4)
Nominated — Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV series - Guest Starring Young Actor (2005)
|2010||Ghost Whisperer||Pete Murphy||"The Children's Parade"|
|Sonny with a Chance||Wesley||"Sonny With a 100% Chance of Meddling"|
|2011||No Ordinary Family||Troy Cotten||"No Ordinary Friends"|
|Fish Hooks||Bradley "Brad" Kingstone||Voice role, 2 episodes, guest recurring character|
|Love Fever||Joseph||Lead role, pre-production|
|2012–present||Lab Rats||Chase Davenport/Spike||Main Role|
|2012||Kickin' It||Brody||"The Wrath of Swan" (Season 1, Episode 20)|
|2012||A.N.T. Farm||Neville||"endurANTs" (Season 2, Episode 7)|
|2011||Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception||Young Nathan Drake|
Awards and nominations
|Young Artist Award||2009||Best Performance in a DVD Film||Won||Robby North in Cop Dog|
|Best Performance in a TV Series - Guest Starring Young Actor||Nominated||Teddy Carmichael in Medium|
|2010||Guest Starring Young Actor 13 and Under||Won||Conor Stephens in Mental|
|2011||Best Performance Feature Film - Supporting Young Actor||Won||Ben in You Again|
|Best Performance in a TV Series - Guest Starring Young Actor 14-17||Nominated||Pete Murphy in Ghost Whisperer|
|2012||Best Performance in a DVD Film - Young Ensemble Cast||Nominated||Zack Taylor in Monster Mutt|
- "Lab Rats Billy Unger "Chase"". Disney XD Medianet. 2012. Archived from the original on July 16, 2012.
- "30th Annual Young Artist Awards". Retrieved May 11, 2012.
- "31st Annual Young Artist Awards". Retrieved May 11, 2012.
- "32nd Annual Young Artist Awards". Retrieved May 11, 2012.
- "33rd Annual Young Artist Awards". Retrieved May 11, 2012.