Jackson Dollinger Biography
Jackson Dollinger is an American actor, best known for his appearance *Loosely Exactly Nicole in 2016, Jimmy Kimmel Live! in 2003 and Sydney to the Max in 2019.
Jackson Dollinger Age
Dollinger was born on January 19, 2007, in Los Angeles, California in the United States. He is 12 years old as of 2019
Jackson Dollinger Family | Jackson Dollinger Parents
He was born to American parents, it is yet to be confirmed if he has siblings. He resides in Los Angeles with his family.
Jackson Dollinger Girlfriend
He is not in any relationship as of now, he is single
Jackson Dollinger Height
He stands at the height of 4′ 5″ (1.35 meters).
Jackson Dollinger Puppy Dog Pals
Dollinger was cast as Charlie in the first episode of the American computer-animated children’s television series “Puppy Dog Pals” 2017
Jackson Dollinger Sydney to the Max
Dollinger was cast as Young Max Reynolds, Judy’s son in the American comedy television series “Sydney to the Max”
Jackson Dollinger *Loosely Exactly Nicole
Dollinger was cast as Tween skateboarder in the first episode of the American comedy web television series “Loosely Exactly Nicole” in 2018
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Jackson Dollinger Movies
- 2019; Sydney to the Max
- 2019; AfterBuzz TV Red Carpets, Junkets & Events
- 2019 AfterBuzz TV’s Spotlight On
- 2019; Teens Wanna Know
- 2019; Red Carpet Report
- 2018; *Loosely Exactly Nicole
- 2017; Puppy Dog Pals
- 2017; Jimmy Kimmel Live!
- 2016; Hollywood Today Live
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Jackson Dollinger Interview
EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Jackson Dollinger, Star of Disney Channel Show “Sydney to the Max”
CelebMix had the chance to interview Jackson about the new Disney Channel show!
When did you know you wanted acting to be a career of yours?
At the age of 9, I decided I wanted to try acting. I did a number of commercials, theater, and a few guest star roles in that first year. It was solidified that I wanted acting as my lifelong career on the first day of shooting the Pilot for Sydney to the Max. It felt so good to be in front of the camera, learning and taking direction. I knew for sure that this was the career for me.
Tell us something that no one else would know about you.
I am not sure I want to reveal this, but I cry when animals are hurt in movies. I just can’t help it. It really upsets me.
You’re playing the lead role of the new Disney Show “Sydney to the Max” what’s your character like?
I play Young Max. He is very fun and outgoing. He loves to skateboard and hang out with his best friend, Leo. He works at the arcade that Leo’s dad owns. He is very close to his mother who is raising him by herself.
Are there similarities between your character and you in real life?
There are a lot of similarities between Young Max and I. This is one of the things I love about the role. In fact, when I first got the sides for the audition, the conversation Young Max was having with his mom in the scene was identical to a conversation my mother and I had recently had about bleaching my hair. Young Max is a skateboarder and skateboarding is a huge part of my life as well. I have been skating since I was about 3 years old and I take it very seriously, as does Young Max. Ultimately, Young Max is sensitive and thoughtful and wants to do the right thing and I think I am the same way.
You play the younger character of Ian Reed Kesler’s character, Max, what’s something older and younger Max have in common and what’s one thing different?
The one thing that Adult Max and Young Max have in common is they have a very close relationship with their mother. As an adult, Max lives with his mother and daughter in the house he grew up in. Adult Max is more cautious than Young Max. Young Max is a bit of a daredevil and Adult Max has calmed down quite a bit in his later years.
Do you have a favorite memory filming on set?
One of my favorite memories from the set is when Max gets a turtle named Hawk. In this episode, I got to do so many fun scenes with Hawk and Leo. The best scene was when Max is trying to get the turtle to skateboard. It was a blast and the turtle was adorable.
The show is set in the ’90s and today, what’s one thing that you would love to bring back from the ’90s?
I would bring pagers back. I think if people had pagers instead of smartphones they would spend more time outdoors and talking to people real time, instead of only talking via text.
Finally, it’s a brand new year! What’s your New Years resolution?
I would say that I have goals for 2019, rather than resolutions. One is to become better on the drums. Another is to write my own original song. Lastly, I would like to learn a foreign language this year.
Sydney to the Max is set to premiere on January 25 on Disney Channel.