Creagen Dow found his passion for acting at the age of 9 when he debuted as a lead in the local theatre production of Rumplestiltskin, performed at Highlands Little Theatre in Sebring, Florida. Soon after, Creagen moved with his family to Celebration, Florida where he continued to pursue…more
Creagen attended the Hollywood red carpet premiere for the movie Ant Bully in 2006.
Creagen attended the launch party for KEWL magazine in Beverly Hills.
Creagen booked the supporting role of "Patrick" in the feature film The Least of These in May 2007.
Creagen has dual citizenship in the United States and Canada.
Because of the demands of his acting career, Creagen is homeschooled.
Creagen attended the 9th Annual Magic Johnson's Children's Mardi Gras. Creagen spent time with the kids and signed autographs.
Creagen landed a guest starring role on the TV show Chuck. The episode he appears in is titled "Chuck Versus the Sandworm."
Creagen will be guest starring on a season 2 episode of the TV show, Greek.
Creagen played the role of Ferret in an episode of Veronica Mars.
In January and February 2006, Creagen filmed several episodes of Disney's Hannah Montana, playing the role of "Donny."
In March 2007, Creagen received an "Environmental Advocate" award.
Creagen began acting at the age of 9, when he debuted as a lead in the local theatre production of "Rumplestiltskin," performed at Highlands Little Theatre in Sebring, Florida.
At the age of 11, Creagen was the youngest performer to be accepted into the New York Acting Ensemble.
When he isn't filming, Creagen spends his free time songwriting and composing music.
Creagen lended his voice for the role of "Mullet Boy" in the animated feature film Ant Bully.
Creagen was in commercials for Frito Lay, Dr. Pepper, Renault Clio, AARP, and McDonald's.