Jack Bright made his first on-screen appearance as a young child, playing a role in a 2009 segment of the docu-drama series "America's Most Wanted" (Fox, 1988-2012; Lifetime, 2011-12). The story centered on a child who had been killed, and the search for her baby-sitter, accused of the murder. Next, Bright segued into voice work, when he was one of the additional voices in Pixar's "Monsters University" (2013). The young actor continued his affiliation with the animation house when he voiced the human child, Spot, in "The Good Dinosaur" (2015). Although the role was human, the film was set in pre-historic times before human language, so Bright was called on to giggle and scream and make any noise, except for speech.