February 25, 1991
Houston, Texas, U.S.
Tony Oller (born February 25, 1991) is an American actor and singer-songwriter. A native of Cypress, Texas, he may be best known for his roles as Walt Moore on , and as Daniel "Danny" Neilson on Gigantic . He appeared in the films As the Bell Rings and Beneath the Darkness . The Purge [1 ]
Acting career [ edit ]
He acted in the
Lifetime original movie Unanswered Prayers based on the song by Garth Brooks. He appeared in both seasons of the Disney Channel short series as Danny. As The Bell Rings features three original songs recorded by Oller. His first song/music video "Could You Be The One" premiered August 2, 2008 on the Disney Channel followed by "Here I Go" and "All You Gotta Do". He also appeared on Savannah Outen's music video for her single, "If You Only Knew". He also appeared in the As the Bell Rings Teen Nick series as Walt Moore. He appeared in the 2012 horror film Gigantic and the 2013 thriller film Beneath the Darkness . The Purge [2 ]
Music career [ edit ]
In 2012, Oller and his former Gigantic costar
Malcolm David Kelley joined up to form the pop duo MKTO. The group signed to Columbia Records and released their debut single "Thank You" on January 15, 2013. the single reached number 2 on the [3 ] Australian charts. and number 7 on the [4 ] New Zealand charts. In 2013 their new single "Classic" was released with a music video. [5 ]
Filmography [ edit ]
I Flunked Sunday School as Lloyd at 13 [6 ] 2007-09:
as Danny As The Bell Rings 2010–2011:
as Walt Moore Gigantic (TV series) 2010:
Unanswered Prayers as Jesse beck (TV movie) 2011:
Field of Vision as Tyler McFarland (TV movie) 2011:
as guest star CSI:NY 2011:
La femme de trop : Jesse 2012:
as Travis Beneath the Darkness 2013:
as Henry The Purge
Discography [ edit ]
Singles [ edit ]
As the Bell Rings with
"Could You Be the One"
"Here I Go"
"All You Gotta Do"
"All I Need"
"Live Without You"
with Naomi Jo Biggin
References [ edit ]
^ "The Cast". I Flunked Sunday School. Silk Purse Entertainment. 2008-01-09 . Retrieved 2012-03-16.
External links [ edit ]