Gregg Sulkin Honored with Handprints at Planet Hollywood

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Gregg Sulkin is one busy boy. The 18-year-old recently made a trip to New York City to promote his new DCOM, "Avalon High", as well as film a segment for Disney 365 at the opening of the new Disney Store... 000_004_924_gregghandprints000

Gregg Sulkin is one busy boy.

The 18-year-old recently made a trip to New York City to promote his new DCOM, "Avalon High", as well as film a segment for Disney 365 at the opening of the new Disney Store in Times Square.

During his trip, Gregg dropped by Planet Hollywood in Times Square to promote "Avalon High" and have his handprints made. Gregg tells Cambio, "It is an honor to join the long list of talented artists/performers that have been part of the hand printing tradition at Planet Hollywood over many years. My New York fans were absolutely incredible and made this experience something that I will never forget. I love them. At the end of the day, I work very, very hard to make my family and fans proud and I hope I can achieve that by the release of ';Avalon High.'"

After finishing up in NYC, Gregg jetted off to Spokane, WA for his new role…playing a bad boy! It was just announced by THR that Gregg will join Adelaide Clemens, Cary Elwes, and Samantha Mathis in Camilla Dickenson, an adaptation of Madeleine L'Engle's award winning book.

Don't forget that you can catch Gregg in "Avalon High" AND "Wizards of Waverly Place" THIS Friday starting at 8pm EST on Disney Channel. Plus, make sure you check out all his great Cambio videos.

(Photos: Getty Images/Wireimage)



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