Along with his sister, he started modeling and acting in small roles in commercials when he was six years old.At age sixteen, he began landing roles in high school plays such as Louis and Dave and Fionia, Picasso at the Lapin Agile and The Importance of Being Earnest."Even though Italia will be crying on a roller coaster, she's laughing afterward. "A smile and just how she carries herself is important.Just don't take anything too seriously, especially if you're on a first or second date. (In exchange, she promises to help him pass science class.) As one might expect, Bianca and Wesley grow close over the course of her makeover and his tutoring and ultimately end up together. And Bianca and Wesley's partnership doesn't have the most compassionate start, with Wesley matter-of-factly telling Bianca, previously unaware of her role in the high-school social order, that she's a DUFF.Even though Bianca's visibly offended when he literally calls her "ugly" and "fat," Wesley goes on, talking about how she's "the one who doesn't look as good, thus making their friends look better, the one who's easy to talk to because no one's trying to get with them." She responds by throwing a drink in his face.Just find out one tiny little thing about them and bring it up and then steer the conversation in a completely different way."3.
But it's definitely a solid B." It was the story's echoes of popular, modern-day teen comedies that made co-star Robbie Amell interested in the project.When he had turned 16, he began landing roles in high school plays such as Louis and Dave and Fiona, Picasso at the Lapin Agile and The Importance of Being Earnest.His interest in acting made him go to Canadian Studios Acting Academy.He has also appeared in the ABC Family film Picture This.Amell has a recurring role on both the Nickelodeon series True Jackson, VP as Max Madigan's nephew Jimmy, True's love interest, and the Cartoon Network series Unnatural History."I got a text that said, 'Stop thinking about me.' It's the smartest text I've ever seen because it did the complete opposite."3. "Using friends or acquaintances is always the best way for an introduction," Robbie said.