Blair, Iain
December 2009
Daily Variety;12/4/2009, Vol. 305 Issue 43, pA9
Trade Publication
The article features young actors David Henrie and Jake T. Austin who were crucial in the success of Disney Channel's most popular series "Wizards of Waverly Place" in the U.S. It mentions that both liked the role they play in the series because the roles are different from their characters in real life. Executive producer and creator Todd Greenwald says that the two brings in acting maturity that encourages other casts to give their best.


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