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David Lambert Bio

May 06, 2013

David Lambert stars as Brandon in ABC’s new show The Fosters. Learn more about David in his Kidzworld bio.

Theatre Kid

David Lambert was born in Louisiana but grew up in Texas and Georgia. From a young age he always had a love for theater. He was even cast for a part in The Wizard of Oz when he was only three years old! He has also performed in plays like The Chronicles of Narnia, Seussical and The Jungle Book.

Aaron Stone

David’s first professional appearances were on the TV shows House of Payne and Psych. In 2009 he landed a spot on Disney XD’s live action adventure show Aaron Stone. He played Jason Landers, the main character’s younger brother. The show only ran for two seasons.

ABC Family’s The Fosters

On June 3, 2013 David will make his ABC Family debut on the new show The Fosters, which is being produced by Jennifer Lopez. The Fosters are a multi-ethnic family with a mix of foster and biological kids that are being raised by two moms! Stef Foster and Lena Adams have three kids: Brandon, Jesus and Mariana. But, everything changes when Lena meets Callie, a troubled teenager who needs help. They welcome Callie into their home where she realizes that all is not as it seems. David stars as Brandon Foster, a talented musician who befriends Callie and helps her fit in at school.

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crusher_cutie912
so cute is he single jk
commented: Mon Feb 24, 2014

CuteMoo2

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X'D cute(:
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onedirectionloveya
he cute tho
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