Devon Bostick was a Canadian actor who began his career in grade five, and appeared in everything from kiddie comedies to art house dramas. Born in Toronto, CA, Bostick was raised in a showbiz family: his mother, Stephanie Gorin, was a respected casting agent, while his father, Joe Bostick, was an actor and fight coordinator. At the age of 7, Bostick made his acting debut on an episode of the Canadian crime procedural, "Exhibit A: Secrets of Forensic Science" (CTV, 1998). Bostick made his film debut in 2003 with "The Truth About the Head" (2003), before joining George A. Romero's zombie apocalypse with the fourth installment of his "Dead" series, "Land of the Dead" (2005). In true Canadian fashion, Bostick followed this up with an arc as Nic on "Degrassi: The Next Generation," before co-starring in "Adoration" (2008), directed by Canada's preeminent art house auteur, Atom Egoyan. The following year, Bostick played Brent in the gory horror sequel "Saw VI" (2009), which was especially sweet, as his scenes in a previous entry in the canon, "Saw IV" (2007), were left on the cutting room floor. 2010 saw Bostick taking on what would be his defining role, as Rodrick, the rebellious metalhead brother of Greg Heffley, the main character of the kiddie comedy franchise, "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" (2010). He would go on to reprise the role of Rodrick in three more films: "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules" (2011), "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days" (2012), and "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Class Clown" (2012). Bostick landed his biggest gig yet when he joined the main cast of the sci-fi drama "The 100" (The CW, 2014-17). After that series ended, Bostick appeared in Bong Joon-ho's acclaimed action-adventure film "Okja" (2017), and landed a supporting role in Patty Jenkins' 1940s-set true crime miniseries "One Day She'll Darken" (TNT, 2018), alongside Chris Pine and Connie Nielsen.