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Benjamin Frederick Bledsoe, famously known as Ben Bledsoe, is an American actor, singer, and producer.
Grew up in Los Angeles, California, Ben Bledsoe is most recognized for his work on 'Bronzeville (2017-2021)', 'Barbie: Star Light Adventure (2016)', and 'Second Thoughts (2015)'. He is a member of MENSA.
In 2005, Ben Bledsoe released a solo album titled, 'An Insomniac’s Guide To A Lonely Heart'. Ben Bledsoe has performed on Broadway in Cry-Baby and Hairspray. On Nickelodeon, he was a guest star on 'The Mystery Files Of Shelby Woo'.
Ben Bledsoe portrayed Jessie's romantic interest Brody Winton in the Disney Channel episode 'Princess And The Pea-Brain' in 2012.
The approximate net worth of Ben Bledsoe is $5 million.
The annual income of Ben Bledsoe is not available.
Ben Bledsoe stands at the height of 6 ft (183 cm). He has brown hair and brown eyes.
Born on May 11, 1982, Ben Bledsoe is 40 years old as of 2022.
Benjamin Frederick Bledsoe was born in Georgia but grew up in Los Angeles, California.
Ben Bledsoe completed his education at The Groundlings and the Lesley Kahn School of Acting.
Ben Bledsoe founded the band 'Natural' at the age of 16 along with Michael Johnson, Michael 'J' Horn, and Patrick King. The band filled in for the headliner at the German Festival Popkomm when the headliner missed their flight. They played in front of 150,000 people to positive cheers.
Ben Bledsoe is married to Lindsey Dupuis Bledsoe. They have a daughter Emerson Angelle Bledsoe.
Ben Bledsoe participated actively in 'Odyssey of the Mind', a competition for students in kindergarten through college that encourages creative problem-solving. His teams frequently competed in international events and consistently finished in the top ten. This ultimately led to him joining MENSA, an organization with a 1% acceptance rate.
In 1997, Ben Bledsoe made a guest appearance on 'The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo' on Nickelodeon. He relocated to Longwood, Florida, an Orlando suburb during his teenage years, where he met Marc Terenzi.
The Pop singer Ben Bledsoe has played a diverse number of roles, ranging from Nathan Parker in 'No One Will Know', to Brody Hinton in 'Jessie'. Bledsoe portrayed the role of Josh Welsh in 'Self Promotion'.
The new songs by Ben Bledsoe were a fusion of pop and rock. He performed the guitar and piano (among other instruments) in the majority of the recordings and performances for his debut album, all of the songs of which he was the sole author. Due to the artist's insomnia while the album was being recorded and the first song he wrote for it, 'Lonely Heart', the CD was given the moniker 'An Insomniac's Guide To A Lonely Heart'.
It was the top-selling item on Amazon for exports to Germany and ranked in the top 5% of all sales. It outperformed Aware's own artists, including Five for Fighting, Wheatus, and John Mayer, at #1 and #2 on Awarestor. The ironic song 'Boyfriend' served as the first single release.
Ben Bledsoe has guest starred on TV shows such as 'CSI: NY', 'Hawaii Five-0', 'The Mentalist', and 'Castle'. He appeared as a guest in the premiere of the television program 'Glee'.
Ben Bledsoe has worked on a number of feature films, including 'Riddle', starring William Sadler and Val Kilmer, in addition to television.
Ben Bledsoe is the International Ambassador for U.N.I.C.E.F., D.A.R.E. Spokesperson, Partnership for a Drug-Free America Ambassador, and Camp Counselor for Sharon and Kelly Stone's charity Planet Hope.
In 2014, Ben Bledsoe earned the LA Web Fest Awards for Lead Voice Actor in '2Fur1 (2011)'.
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