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'''Cayden Boyd''' (born May 24, 1994<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.hollywood.com/celebrities/cayden-boyd-57374303/ |title=Cayden Boyd |website=Hollywood.com |accessdate=July 29, 2016}}</ref>) is an American actor. He is best known for his child roles as Max in [[Robert Rodriguez]]'s 2005 film ''[[The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl]]'' and Ben Reynolds in the 2007 film ''Have Dreams, Will Travel''.
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'''Cayden Boyd''' (born May 24, 1994<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.hollywood.com/celebrities/cayden-boyd-57374303/ |title=Cayden Boyd |website=Hollywood.com |accessdate=July 29, 2016}}</ref>) is an [[United States|American]] actor. He is best known for his child roles as Max in [[Robert Rodriguez]]'s 2005 film ''[[The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl]]'' and Ben Reynolds in the 2007 film ''[[Have Dreams, Will Travel]]''.
 
   
 
==Life==
 
==Life==
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Boyd was born in Bedford, Texas. His older sister, Jenna, is also an actress. Boyd plays violin and cello and played high school football. He recently graduated from Pepperdine University, studying business.
Boyd was born in [[Bedford, Texas]].{{citation needed|date=July 2016}} His older sister, [[Jenna Boyd|Jenna]], is also an actor. Boyd plays [[violin]] and [[cello]] and played [[high school football]]. He recently graduated from [[Pepperdine University]], studying business.
 
   
 
==Career==
 
==Career==
Boyd landed his first roles, small television roles and commercials, as young as 6 and 7. He played [[Tim Robbins]]'s son in ''[[Mystic River (film)|Mystic River]]''.<ref name="TVGuide">{{Cite web|url=http://www.tvguide.com/celebrities/cayden-boyd/credits/143844|title=Cayden Boyd - Credits|work=[[TV Guide]]|accessdate=February 26, 2012}}</ref> In 2004, he was cast in the starring role of Max in the 2005 film ''[[The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl]]''.<ref>{{cite web |author=Addie Morfoot |url=https://variety.com/2004/film/markets-festivals/cayden-boyd-1117910632/ |title=Cayden Boyd |work=[[Variety (magazine)|Variety]] |date=September 19, 2004 |accessdate=July 29, 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |author=Joe Leydon |url=https://variety.com/2005/film/reviews/the-adventures-of-sharkboy-and-lavagirl-in-3-d-1200525372/ |title=Review: ‘The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D’ |work=[[Variety (magazine)|Variety]] |date=June 3, 2005 |accessdate=July 29, 2016}}</ref> He played young [[Archangel (comics)|Warren Worthington III]] in ''[[X-Men: The Last Stand]]'',<ref name="TVGuide" /> and he was cast in the lead role in the 2007 film ''[[Have Dreams, Will Travel]]'' (originally titled ''A West Texas Children’s Story'').<ref>{{cite web |author=Justin Chang |url=https://variety.com/2005/scene/markets-festivals/cayden-boyd-2-1117922373/ |title=Cayden Boyd |work=[[Variety (magazine)|Variety]] |date=May 8, 2005 |accessdate=July 29, 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |author=Jay Weissberg |url=https://variety.com/2007/film/reviews/have-dreams-will-travel-1200554977/ |title=Review: ‘Have Dreams, Will Travel’ |work=[[Variety (magazine)|Variety]] |date=October 29, 2007 |accessdate=July 29, 2016}}</ref> He appeared on episodes of such television series as ''[[Crossing Jordan]]'', ''[[Cold Case (TV series)|Cold Case]]'', ''[[Close to Home (2005 TV series)|Close to Home]]'' and ''[[Scrubs (TV series)|Scrubs]]''.<ref name="TVGuide" /> In 2008, he appeared alongside [[Julia Roberts]] and [[Willem Dafoe]] in ''[[Fireflies in the Garden]]''.<ref>{{cite web |author=Alissa Simon |url=https://variety.com/2008/film/markets-festivals/fireflies-in-the-garden-1200548155/ |title=Review: ‘Fireflies in the Garden’ |work=[[Variety (magazine)|Variety]] |date=February 11, 2008 |accessdate=July 29, 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |author=Kirk Honeycutt |url=http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/fireflies-garden-film-review-125637 |title=Fireflies in the Garden: Film Review |work=[[The Hollywood Reporter]] |date=February 13, 2008 |accessdate=July 29, 2016 |quote=Flashbacks to Michael's childhood (Cayden Boyd touchingly plays him as a boy)...}}</ref> In 2015 Boyd also had a role on the television series ''[[Awkward (TV series)|Awkward]]'' playing Jenna's Marine boyfriend.<ref>{{cite web |author=Ariana Bacle |url=http://www.ew.com/article/2015/08/31/awkward-review |title=''Awkward'': EW review |work=[[Entertainment Weekly]] |date=August 31, 2015 |accessdate=July 29, 2016 |quote=Jenna’s still hanging with her latest fling, a Marine named Brian (Cayden Boyd)...}}</ref>
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Boyd landed his first roles, small television roles and commercials, as young as 6 and 7. He played Tim Robbins's son in ''Mystic River''.<ref name="TVGuide">{{Cite web|url=http://www.tvguide.com/celebrities/cayden-boyd/credits/143844|title=Cayden Boyd - Credits|work=TV Guide|accessdate=February 26, 2012}}</ref> In 2004, he was cast in the starring role of Max in the 2005 film ''[[The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl]]''.<ref>{{cite web |author=Addie Morfoot |url=https://variety.com/2004/film/markets-festivals/cayden-boyd-1117910632/ |title=Cayden Boyd |work=Variety |date=September 19, 2004 |accessdate=July 29, 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |author=Joe Leydon |url=https://variety.com/2005/film/reviews/the-adventures-of-sharkboy-and-lavagirl-in-3-d-1200525372/ |title=Review: ‘The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D’ |work=Variety|date=June 3, 2005 |accessdate=July 29, 2016}}</ref> He played young Warren Worthington III in ''X-Men: The Last Stand'',<ref name="TVGuide" /> and he was cast in the lead role in the 2007 film ''Have Dreams, Will Travel'' (originally titled ''A West Texas Children’s Story'').<ref>{{cite web |author=Justin Chang |url=https://variety.com/2005/scene/markets-festivals/cayden-boyd-2-1117922373/ |title=Cayden Boyd |work=Variety |date=May 8, 2005 |accessdate=July 29, 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |author=Jay Weissberg |url=https://variety.com/2007/film/reviews/have-dreams-will-travel-1200554977/ |title=Review: ‘Have Dreams, Will Travel’ |work=Variety |date=October 29, 2007 |accessdate=July 29, 2016}}</ref> He appeared on episodes of such television series as ''Crossing Jordan'', ''Cold Case'', ''Close to Home'' and ''Scrubs''.<ref name="TVGuide" /> In 2008, he appeared alongside Julia Roberts and Willem Dafoe in ''Fireflies in the Garden''.<ref>{{cite web |author=Alissa Simon |url=https://variety.com/2008/film/markets-festivals/fireflies-in-the-garden-1200548155/ |title=Review: ‘Fireflies in the Garden’ |work=Variety |date=February 11, 2008 |accessdate=July 29, 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |author=Kirk Honeycutt |url=http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/fireflies-garden-film-review-125637 |title=Fireflies in the Garden: Film Review |work=The Hollywood Reporter|date=February 13, 2008 |accessdate=July 29, 2016 |quote=Flashbacks to Michael's childhood (Cayden Boyd touchingly plays him as a boy)...}}</ref> In 2015 Boyd also had a role on the television series ''Awkward'' playing Jenna's Marine boyfriend.<ref>{{cite web |author=Ariana Bacle |url=http://www.ew.com/article/2015/08/31/awkward-review |title=''Awkward'': EW review |work=Entertainment Weekly |date=August 31, 2015 |accessdate=July 29, 2016 |quote=Jenna’s still hanging with her latest fling, a Marine named Brian (Cayden Boyd)...}}</ref>
   
 
==Filmography==
 
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Cayden Boyd (born May 24, 1994[1]) is an American actor. He is best known for his child roles as Max in Robert Rodriguez's 2005 film The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl and Ben Reynolds in the 2007 film Have Dreams, Will Travel.

Life

Boyd was born in Bedford, Texas. His older sister, Jenna, is also an actress. Boyd plays violin and cello and played high school football. He recently graduated from Pepperdine University, studying business.

Career

Boyd landed his first roles, small television roles and commercials, as young as 6 and 7. He played Tim Robbins's son in Mystic River.[2] In 2004, he was cast in the starring role of Max in the 2005 film The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl.[3][4] He played young Warren Worthington III in X-Men: The Last Stand,[2] and he was cast in the lead role in the 2007 film Have Dreams, Will Travel (originally titled A West Texas Children’s Story).[5][6] He appeared on episodes of such television series as Crossing Jordan, Cold Case, Close to Home and Scrubs.[2] In 2008, he appeared alongside Julia Roberts and Willem Dafoe in Fireflies in the Garden.[7][8] In 2015 Boyd also had a role on the television series Awkward playing Jenna's Marine boyfriend.[9]

Filmography

Film

Year Film Role Notes
2005 The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl Max

References

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