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Robbie Tucker Q&A

Apr 08, 2011

Robbie Tucker may be only nine years old, but he’s already starred in commercials, TV shows like The Young and The Restless and Criminal Minds, as well as movies (you may have seen him in Little Fockers.) His newest film, Prom, is due out this month. He plays Charlie, a younger brother who tries his hand at matchmaking. Find out more in this Q&A!

Kidzworld:When did you first realize that you wanted to act?

  • Robbie:I saw my sister doing it a couple times and I thought it looked fun, so I tried it and I liked it!

Kidzworld:You’ve been on quite a few TV shows, how was that compared to shooting movies?

  • Robbie:TV shows are faster and you can shoot a couple scenes a day and shooting movies it would take maybe a couple hours for a scene.

Kidzworld:Are you excited for the release of your newest film Prom this month?

  • Robbie: Yeah! It’s fun.

Kidzworld:What is your favourite project you’ve worked on so far?

  • Robbie: It’s called Pack of Wolves, it’s a Disney Pilot, we don’t know if its picked up yet though.

Kidzworld:You started out by shooting commercials, can you tell us a bit about that?

  • Robbie:it’s fun, and they only take a couple days.

Kidzworld:Did you find it strange the first time you saw yourself on-screen?

  • Robbie: It’s kind of strange sometimes, but now I like it, I like seeing myself on there.

Kidzworld:Do you think the character you play in Prom is similar to your own personality?

  • Robbie: Yeah, kind of, like he likes his older brother and he likes his older brother.

Kidzworld:What’s something most people don’t know about you?

  • Robbie: I like reptiles and I have a lot of pets. I have a lizard called a bearded dragon, they’re nice they don’t fight.

Kidzworld:Who would you like to work with in the future?

Your Fave...

  • Music: Hip Hop and Rock and Roll
  • Book: How to Train Your Dragon Series and Diary of a Wimpy Kid Series, those are fun to read
  • Movie: Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Roderick Rules
  • Color: Orange
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