|Born||Nathan Karl Kress
November 18, 1992
Biography[change | change source]
Early life[change | change source]
Career[change | change source]
When Kress was young, he would quote lines and monologues from television and perform for his family and friends. He began modeling, acting and voiceover work at 3 years old. At age 6, he took a break from acting, and at about age 10, asked his mom to begin homeschooling him so that he could pursue acting again. He voiced the role of Eizan Kaburagi from Nickelodeon's animated series, Shuriken School. He has also guest starred in The Suite Life of Zack and Cody as Jamie. Kress has enjoyed playing dramatic roles in House, Standoff, and Without a Trace.
In early 2007, Nathan performed in a short film, Bag, for which he won a Jury Honorable Mention Award at the 168 Hour Film Festival for the role of Albert. Bag also won the Festival award for Best Comedy.
iCarly[change | change source]
On iCarly, Nathan's role is that of Freddie Benson, the technical producer for Carly's webshow, iCarly. Freddie is a computer whiz kid who has a crush on Carly (Miranda Cosgrove) and an ongoing feud with Sam (Jenette McCurdy). "It's weird," says Kress, "I have to pretend to love Carly and kiss Sam when actually we are just all really good friends." He co-stars with Miranda Cosgrove, Jenette McCurdy, and Jerry Trainor on iCarly.
Television and film roles[change | change source]
|2005||Chicken Little||Additional Voices|
|Shuriken School||Eizan Kaburagi (voice)|
|2005 - 2006||Jimmy Kimmel Live||Sketch characters|
|Notes from the Underbelly||Young Andrew|
|2007||The Suite Life of Zack and Cody In the episode "Back in the Game"||Jamie|
|Without a Trace||Young Barry|
|2008||Gym Teacher: The Movie||Roland Waffle|