In the entertainment industry, a person who can act, sing and dance is called a “triple threat.” Duane Carnahan – the do-it-all kid – has become one of the select few young entertainers to surpass that terminology. Not only can Duane act, sing and dance, he can perform stunts, circus acts, stand-up comedy, magic, sports and numerous other feats. Carnahan began his career on-stage one-half decade ago playing a Hooverville Kid in “Annie,” flying over the stage as a witch’s monkey in “The Wiz” and landing the title role in a southern California production of “Oliver!”. He easily made the transition to on-camera acting, appearing in several commercials and American Film Institute movies. Dedicated to his craft and eager to explore all aspects of performing, the talented young actor joined a Stunt Kid training organization and a youth circus (whose performers move on to the true “Big Top”) while continuing his acting career. In 2003, he earned his first major break twice landing episodes of “The Bernie Mac Show” in what the multi-talented young actor hopes will become a recurring venture for future episodes. Carnahan shot his first feature film in early 2004 when he earned a small role in the Joel Silver production “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.” Duane Carnahan, the do-it-all-kid, enjoys rollerblading, video games, motorcycling and, believe it or not, just being a kid hanging out with friends on a warm, sunny southern California afternoon.
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