Devon Werkheiser, star of Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide, is no exception.
Remember that show? Y'know, that awesome one that lasted from 2004-2007 where Ned gave us tips on how to make it through middle school, dealing with everything from bullies and exams to those awk and embarrassing moments that come with being a teen? If you've been wondering what he's been up to since the show ended, wonder no more!
Your favorite childhood crush is 24-years-old now and still a major cutie!
Look at Devon and that dreamy stare. LOOK. AT. HIM! *insert heart eye emoji here*
When he's not posting cute selfies, getting his life at Burning Man, or on road trips, he's doing something a little different - he's a singer/songwriter with pretty amazing pipes!
He already has two EPs out available on iTunes, 2013's I Am and Here and Now, which just came out this June. Click here for just a TASTE of what Devon can do. The boy can blow and We. Are. In. LOVE. Did we mention he's known to play charity events? <3
Sure he can sing like nobody's business, but he def hasn't left behind his acting roots. He's had roles in such shows as Greek, Criminal Minds, Franklin and Bash, and Never Fade Away. He had a starring role in the 2009 film, The First Time aaaaand he's got two films coming up, Veracruz and Sundown. We totes can't wait for those! Plus, he's a director: His first gig calling the shots was for an ep of the digital series, Nasty Habits. In an interview with MTV in last month, Devon gave advice to his younger self that we could all use. He said, "...all your dreams will come true. Everything that should happen in your life will, and everything that doesn't happen wasn't meant to be."
And his big heart is still there for all of his former Declassified fans. The hunk tweeted this late last year: "I loved the years spent playing on Ned's. It was such a joyful, exciting time. And I am still grateful for all of the Ned fans." Awwwww! We love you, Devon!
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