Tuesday, October 23, 2018

BEHIND THE CAMERA LENS Part 2: A Conversation With Robert Capron



Robert Capron began his acting career when he was eight years old by enrolling in an after school drama program sponsored by Trinity Repertory Company in Providence, RI. Later that year he landed a role as Turkey Boy in Trinity's production of “A Christmas Carol.” Since that time Robert has performed a variety of roles on stage and film. Robert's first principal role was in “Bride Wars.” Robert's role as Rowley in Fox's three-movie franchise “Diary of A Wimpy Kid” (2010, 2011) helped solidify his career. In 2015, Robert played Jake alongside Bailey Madison in the Indie feature “Annabelle Hooper and The Ghosts of Nantucket.” In 2016, Robert landed the role of Jack Black's son Dave in the feature film “The Polka King.” In addition to theater, and film, Robert currently is a returning guest star on CBS's “Elementary,” where he plays the role of one of Sherlock's "irregulars" known as Mason. He has also appeared on television as a guest star on ABC's “The Middle,” and as the lead on two episodes of The Hub Network's “The Haunting Hour.”


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