Jackie Radinsky

Jackie Radinsky

Born in Southern California, with an attorney for a father and a photographer mom, Jackie Radinsky didn't waste much time when it came to deciding if he wanted to give acting a try. In 2011, he starred in the short film "The New Kid" (2011), a silent film set in the 1920s about a pickpocket, played by Radinsky. The film was something of a family affair, written and directed by his parents (his mother also played his mother in the film), and featuring Radinsky's sister as the girl who instigates a madcap romp. His next short film, "IMDB Bilderback" (2012) was not a Radinsky family affair. Written and directed by visual effects artist Sean Adair, the short followed the tumultuous period in the real life of Nicole Bilderback, who sued IMDB when they revealed her actual age. Bilderback plays herself in the short. The young Radinsky's first taste of exposure came when he acted in "Breaking Bad: The Middle School Musical" (2013). Another short, this one came from the internet superstars Rhett & Link, who directed the short and launched it on their website. In 2015, Radinsky appeared in his first broadcast TV series, as a series regular on "Bella and the Bulldogs" (Nickelodeon, 2015-) playing Sawyer Huggins, one of the players on the school football team, which former cheerleader Bella takes over as quarterback.


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