||c. 1995 (age 19–20)
Dylan Everett (born c. 1995) is a Canadian actor. He is best known for his roles in How To Be Indie, Wingin' It, Degrassi: The Next Generation and Open Heart.
Life and career
Everett played Streeter in the Canadian children's series The Doodlebops for two episodes. He then played roles in the movies The Devil's Mercy, Booky & the Secret Santa, Everything Is Connected, Breakfast with Scot, For All the Marbles, and made a guest appearance in The Dresden Files as Scott Sharpe. He played 'Big Ben' in the Family Channel series The Latest Buzz. He also voiced 'Wolfy' in the series Super Why!. He then appeared in other roles, until his 2009 How To Be Indie casting as Marlon Parks, and in 2010 the lead character in the Family Channel series Wingin' It. He reprised his character as Marlon Parks to film a second series of YTV's How To Be Indie, which premiered in Canada, in fall 2010. Everett also filmed a second and third season with Wingin' It. In February 2012 he was cast as Campbell Saunders, an ensemble character in Degrassi; the series second main character suicide, the first being Claude Tanner. In 2014, Dylan played the role of Zack Morris in Lifetime TV's Saved By The Bell He also appeared on "Supernatural" as a teenage Dean Winchester.
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