A. J. Trauth
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A. J. Trauth
|Birth name||Andrew James Trauth|
|Born||September 14, 1986|
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
|Occupation(s)||Actor, guitarist, voice actor|
Andrew James Trauth, commonly known as A. J. Trauth (born September 14, 1986) is an American actor and musician. He is best known for playing the character of Alan "Twitty" on Even Stevens, and as the voice of Josh Mankey on Kim Possible, both programs aired on Disney Channel.
Trauth is the youngest of three brothers and currently resides in Minerva, Ohio.
Trauth also worked with Romano on Even Stevens and did a guest role in The Amanda Show opposite Amanda Bynes and Drake Bell. Later he worked with Bell and Brenda Song in an episode of R. L. Stine's show take from the book series: The Nightmare Room in the episode: "Dear Diary I'm Dead".
Trauth also made a guest appearance on Reba as Kyra's 17-year-old date Scott in the episode the "United Front." Trauth starred in the Disney Channel original movie You Wish! alongside Lalaine Vergara, who played Miranda Sanchez on the Disney Channel's Lizzie McGuire. He has also worked opposite Rebecca Romijn in Pepper Dennis as the title character's younger brother, Mitch. Trauth also appeared in an episode of House, playing an older brother in the clinic when his little brother gets treated by Dr. House.
In 2003, Trauth guest starred on 7th Heaven, in Season 8, Episode 7 – "Getting to Know You".
|1999||Search for the Jewel of Polaris: Mysterious Museum||Ben||TV movie|
|2003||Phil at the Gate||TV Movie|
|2003||You Wish!||Alex Lansing||TV Movie|
|2003||The Even Stevens Movie||Alan Twitty||TV Movie|
|2004||The Deerings||TV Movie|
|2005||Fellowship||Nophilmo Testimonial #1||Short|
|2005||Mystery Woman: Game Time||Cameron||TV Movie|
|2006||Wild Hearts||Tim||TV Movie|
|2008||The Last Word||Greg||Film|
|2011||Literally, Right Before Aaron||Aaron||Short film|
|2015||Moments of Clarity||Trevor|
|2015||Welcome to Happiness||Penley|
|2016||Moments of Clarity||Trevor|
|2017||Camp Cool Kids||Garrett|
|2000||The Amanda Show||Himself||One episode|
|2000–2003||Even Stevens||Alan Twitty||Regular character, 47 episodes|
|2002–2005||Express Yourself||Himself||Interstitial series|
|2002||The Nightmare Room||Shawn||One episode|
|2002–2004||Kim Possible||Josh Mankey||Three episodes|
|2003||7th Heaven||Jordan James||One episode|
|2003–2004||Oliver Beene||Harver Dillman||Three episodes|
|2005||House M.D.||Henry||Two episodes|
|2005||Ghost Whisperer||Tom||One episode|
|2005||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Dexter||One episode|
|2006||Brandy & Mr. Whiskers||Melvin||One episode|
|2006||Pepper Dennis||Mitch Dinkle||Five episodes|
|2011||Rules of Engagement||Topher||One episode|
|2012||Franklin & Bash||Tammi's Lawyer||One episode|
|2014||Wolfenstein: The New Order||Probst Wyatt III|
|2017||Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus||Probst Wyatt III|
- "Credits". www.ajtrauth.com. Archived from the original on November 12, 2013. Retrieved November 12, 2013.
- Lee, Esther. "Leah Pipes Engaged to AJ Trauth: See The Originals Star's Engagement Ring". Us Weekly. Retrieved July 5, 2014.