A. J. Trauth

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A. J. Trauth
Birth nameAndrew James Trauth
Born (1986-09-14) September 14, 1986 (age 32)
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.[1]
Occupation(s)Actor, guitarist, voice actor
  • Vocals
  • guitar
Years active1999–present
LabelsWalt Disney
Associated actsMavin

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.

Acting career[edit]

On the TV show Kim Possible , Trauth played the character of Josh Mankey, a one-time love interest of Kim (voiced by Christy Carlson Romano).

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".

In 2006, Trauth guest starred on the CBS drama Numb3rs, and he guest starred on the Fox drama Bones in 2009.

Personal life[edit]

On February 5, 2014, Us Weekly announced that Trauth became engaged to actress Leah Pipes, after almost three years of dating.[2] They married on December 6, 2014 in Santa Barbara, California.[3]


Year Title Role Notes
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 Happy Endings Bill
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


Year Title Role Notes
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
2004 Fillmore! Chet One episode
2003–2004 Oliver Beene Harver Dillman Three episodes
2004 Reba Scott Two episodes
2005 House M.D. Henry Two episodes
2005 Ghost Whisperer Tom One episode
2005 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Dexter One episode
2005 Numb3rs Jake One episode
2006 Brandy & Mr. Whiskers Melvin One episode
2006 Pepper Dennis Mitch Dinkle Five episodes
2009 Bones Pinworm One episode
2011 Rules of Engagement Topher One episode
2012 Franklin & Bash Tammi's Lawyer One episode
2012 Ro Shane 4 episodes

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role
2014 Wolfenstein: The New Order Probst Wyatt III
2017 Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Probst Wyatt III


  1. ^ "Credits". www.ajtrauth.com. Archived from the original on November 12, 2013. Retrieved November 12, 2013.
  2. ^ Lee, Esther. "Leah Pipes Engaged to AJ Trauth: See The Originals Star's Engagement Ring". Us Weekly. Retrieved July 5, 2014.
  3. ^ http://www.people.com/article/leah-pipes-marries-aj-trauth

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