Robert Naylor stars in "Cyberbully," an ABC Family TV movie, as Eric Hillridge. Naylor will also be seen in Tarsem Singh's feature film "Immortals" as a young Theseus, played as an adult by Henry Cavill.

Canadian child actor Robert Naylor started taking theater classes at the age of 5 and nailed his first audition, landing a TV commercial. Since 2006 he has had an active voiceover career in both radio and TV commercials and animated series such as "Arthur" and "Nelly and Caesar." His on-camera work included such Canadian fare as "Race to Mars," "A Near Death Experience" and "Fakers." More recently, he played the recurring role of Théo in the series "19-2."

At the age of 12 Naylor landed his first lead role in the Canadian feature film "10 ½" as Tommy, alongside veteran Quebec actor Claude Legault. The film earned him the Best Actor award at the 12th International Film Festival Bratislava in 2010; in 2011, he also won a Young Artist Award – Leading Performance by an Actor in an International Feature Film, received a Special Mention for his role in "10 ½" at the 21st Film Festival of Sept-Iles in the category of Best Male Actor as well as a nomination for a Genie Award in the category of Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role.

Naylor is a child with broad and varied interests. He demonstrates passion and total commitment in all he undertakes, whether in school, on the soccer field, in a hockey arena, on the ski slopes or when he is playing the drums, the bass and the electric guitar. Additionally, Robert has always had a keen interest in history; in fact it is his favorite subject at school.

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Age: 21 years old
Birthday: July 6, 1996
Birthplace: Montreal, Quebec, Canada

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