An actor since the age of three, Nathan Kress made his screen debut as the voice of Easy the Tough Pup in the 1998 family-friendly adventure "Babe: Pig in the City." His return to the movies came 10 years later with Disney's computer-generated romp "Chicken Little," in which Kress also had a voice role. While the young thespian guested on the FOX series "Standoff" and "House, M.D." and enjoyed a recurring role as a sketch performer on the late-night talk show "Jimmy Kimmel Live!," the executives at the Disney Channel remained so impressed with his performance in "Little" that he soon found a one-episode gig on one of the network's flagship shows, "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody." In 2007, Kress caught the eye of Nickelodeon bosses and appeared in the children's station's hit series "Drake & Josh." His standout performance on that show landed him a regular role on the immensely popular Nick series "iCarly," wherein he portrays the lovably nerdy admirer of the title character. Kress challenged his family-friendly image with a guest appearance on the sensational procedural "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," playing a youthful murder suspect.