Young actor Sean Ryan Fox found fame as both a live-action performer in series like "Kickin' It" (Disney XD, 2011-2015) and "Henry Danger" (Nickelodeon, 2014-), and as a voice actor on the popular animated series "Jake and the Never Land Pirates" (Disney Junior, 2011-). Born in Riverside, California, Fox was the youngest of four children and displayed a penchant for performing at the age of 2, when his parents found him singing along with his sister's karaoke machine. However, his main interest was baseball until he joined his older sister on auditions for film and television projects; sports were soon left behind after he landed appearances in commercials for Nintendo Wii and the Daisy food brand. By 2011, Fox was working steadily in guest roles for television series like "NCIS" (CBS, 2003-) and a recurring role on the Disney XD comedy "Kickin' It." Within a few years, Fox had added roles in independent features like "David's Dinosaur" to his growing resume, and assumed the voice of Jake, the hero of the hit animated series "Jake and the Never Land Pirates" in 2014. That same year, Fox joined the cast of the superhero comedy "Henry Danger," playing the comic relief pal to a teenaged boy employed as sidekick to the superhero Captain Man. A ratings hit for the network, "Henry Danger" was renewed for a second season shortly after its first season debut.