Anton plays in a rock band called The Hammerheads where he is credited as 'vox, guitar and poet'.
Anton is five feet and nine inches tall.
Anton attended Sherman Oaks Center for Enriched Studies in Tarzana, California.
Anton's first on-screen kiss was in a ferris wheel scene in the movie Hearts in Atlantis.
Anton plays the guitar. He used to get together with his friends in high school to jam.
He loves playing chess and reading.
Both of his parents are still involved in figure skating. His father Viktor coaches skaters in California and his mother Irina choreographs skating routines.
Anton is an only child.
Anton is in the October 2005 issue of Teen Vogue with Orlando Bloom on the cover.
Anton is in the movie Delivering Milo playing Milo, the lead character. This is one of Anton's first lead roles.
Anton is in the movie Rooftop Kisses playing Charlie.
In 2002, Anton won a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film - Leading Young Actor for Hearts in Atlantis.
In 2003, Anton was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Movie, Mini-Series or Special - Supporting Young Actor for Taken.
In 2005, Anton was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Movie, Miniseries or Special - Leading Young Actor for Jack.
Anton immigrated from Russia to the US when he was just six months old.
Anton: (on being caught up in Hollywood's celebrity culture) My parents are really good at keeping me level-headed, not that I've ever had the desire to not be level-headed. That's really disgusted me in other people and I've always kept myself in check. I really see no reason in not being level headed.
Anton: (talking about his native country) Russia is very complicated. It is one of the most complicated histories. I could go on about this forever. It produces Dostoyevsky and Rachmaninoff and then it produces Stalins and Lenins. It is such a strange combination. I don't know why that rant about Russia was necessary.
Anton: To me high school is such an unhealthy place in general. Every teenager is [going through] this incredible hormonal explosion. Then they put a thousand of them in one place. It is like putting hot air in a balloon.
Anton: (on being faced with the decision of leaving home, like his character in "House of D") I think it's such a difficult thing to do, and I don't know if I'm strong enough.
Anton: (on doing a comedy, "Charlie Bartlett", after several dramatic roles) Everything that I've worked on, I've wanted to work on and it was a learning experience for me. But it was nice to get to be funny and stuff for a change.
Anton: (on doing a movie based on a true story like "Alpha Dog") You always want to be as realistic as possible, to the full extent of my abilities or whatever, but I just felt sort of this really had to be as real as I could make it, as real as I could imagine.
Anton: (about figure skating) My mom and dad would always tried to teach me, but I hated it!