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Christopher Richard O'Neal
April 4, 1994
O'Neal, a resident of Teaneck, New Jersey, attended Teaneck High School, and previously attended Teaneck Community Charter School. He appeared in several commercials and in a Saturday Night Live skit before getting his first recurring role.
O'Neal's first major role was in the 2012 Nickelodeon comedy series How to Rock, playing the role of Kevin Reed, a high school freshman who is the drummer for the band Gravity 5. The same year he also co-hosted the Nickelodeon series, You Gotta See This, with Noah Crawford.
In 2014 Chris dropped his EP "Just getting started".
|2012||How to Rock||Kevin Reed||Main role, 25 episodes; as Christopher O'Neal|
|2012||You Gotta See This||Himself||Co-host|
|2013||Swindle||Ben Dupree||Television movie|
|2015||K.C. Undercover||River||Episode: "All Howl's Eve"|
|2016||Here We Go Again||Kevin||Episode: "Second Time Around"|
|2017-Present||Greenhouse Academy||Daniel Hayward||Main role|
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