This acting aficionado from New Jersey is a performing chameleon with a mastery of techniques in all aspects of TV, film, theatre and commercials. Having grown up in front of audiences, it is no wonder Seth Donavan is a natural in front of the camera. After just one Soap Intensive with casting director Sheryl Baker-Fisher for ABC's "One Life To Live," Donavan wooed his superior, which landed him his recurring feature role as a student at Lanview High School in the acclaimed soap opera. He was also merited with an appearance in the distinguished 2005 motion picture "Red Doors," which won a Best Narrative Feature award at the Tribeca Film Festival. Starting off on the 50-yard line with the Giants Stadium State Competition Best Marching Band Award, and taking home the Music in the Park's National Best Choir Award for his immaculate vocal talent, Donavan has made himself known on center stage and on television and is making his way to the big screen. Early in his career, Donavan stole the spotlight with leading roles in theatrical productions of "Two Gentleman of Verona," "Vic and Sade Radio Show," and "King Kong TV Show." Once Donavan moved to Los Angeles, he wasted no time in getting on the hottest TV shows and film. In a short amount of time he has been out here, he has been featured on "House", "Medium", "90210", "The Cleaner", "Glee", "Son of Mourning" and a promo for ESPN working with Samuel L. Jackson. Seth Donavan is attached to produce, write, and star in his first short film project shooting in the month of June. Though hard at work, he has also been attached to many upcoming projects including other feature films, and a comedy tour. With nothing but true passion for acting, Seth Donavan continues to make his way in front of the camera and with hopes of one day making it to the big screen. We look forward to what is on the horizon for this exciting actor.