Joseph Castanon

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Joseph Castanon
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Born Joseph Michael Castanon
(1997-08-19) August 19, 1997 (age 19)
Denver, Colorado, U.S.
Occupation Actor, Singer-Songwriter
Years active 2005–present

Joseph Michael Castanon (born August 19, 1997), better known by his stage name Sir Castanon, is an American child actor and pop singer-songwriter.


He has appeared in several television series,[1] including Jericho, NCIS, I Hate My 30's, Crossing Jordan,Without A Trace, October Road, ER, a mini series Comanche Moon, and won the 2006 Young Artist Award for Guest Starring Young Actor in a TV series for an appearance on Ghost Whisperer.[2] That same year, he made his feature film debut playing Ben Newman, son of Adam Sandler's character in the comedy Click.[3]

Music career[edit]

Castanon became serious about music after he booked the starring role in the West Coast Ensemble stage production of "Big the Musical" in the fall of 2008. It was then he realized his love for performing in front of live audiences. He joined forces and began writing and recording with multi-award winning writer and producer Jonathan George. The two-year journey of development and work spawned the artist Sir Castanon.[4][5] He released his debut album, "Puppeteer", on iTunes and CD Baby on December 28, 2010.[6]


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