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Actor
    (2005- )
    Portrayed Darth Vader in a popular Volkswagen TV commercial first aired during the 2011 Superbowl
    Portrayed Reed Hellstrom in the TV soap 'The Young and the Restless' and Owen Webb in the cop drama 'Prime Suspect'
    Underwent open-heart surgery June 14, 2012 to replace pulmonary valve
    Some speculated it was a girl in the Vader outfit.
    Two years acting in 'The Young and the Restless' didn't get him the recognition 'The Force' did, a 60-second TV ad.
    Viewers were far more focused on the kid than the car in the spot. (quick - which VW was represented in the ad?)
    He's had several heart surgeries, his first one at three months old.
    He beat out hundreds of other kids for the role (a non-speaking one at that).
    A week before the commercial aired it was a YouTube sensation, and by the time it did air it had already been watched over eight million times.
    A CBS special, 'Clash of the Commercials: USA vs. the World' (aired May 23, 2012), saw the ad winning an online competition where people were asked to 'choose the greatest commercial of all time.'
    Shortly after the commercial aired he was featured on 'The Today Show' and while in town got to meet James Earl Jones, the voice of Vader in the 'Star Wars' series.
    He faced his latest heart surgery bravely, and it was he who reassured his parents and brother that he would be fine and wasn't afraid.

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