Lambert in 2014
|Born||November 29, 1993|
He can play the piano and trumpet, and is learning the electric guitar. He also has a very strong tenor singing voice.
He has been doing theater for many years, beginning when he was cast in the play the Wizard of Oz at age 3. His theatrical roles include Mr. Tumnus in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Mr. Mayor in Seussical, Carisford in Little Princess, and Phao in The Jungle Book. He played J.J. for one episode of Psych. He also starred as Jaylen in the television show Tyler Perry's House of Payne.
Lambert was discovered at an open casting call by agent Joy Pervis in Atlanta. After performing his monologue, he was asked to do something else. At first thought, he recited the Pledge of Allegiance, and it worked. He was in Georgia when he got the call to pack for Canada, where Aaron Stone was filmed.
Most recently, Lambert starred as Jason Landers, Charlie Landers/Aaron Stone's brother, in Aaron Stone, and Goose in the Disney Channel original movie Den Brother, also starring Hutch Dano. Lambert starred in the Hallmark Hall of Fame movie A Smile As Big As The Moon, which aired on January 29, 2012.
He had a starring role on the ABC Family original series, The Fosters. He played Brandon Foster, a talented, 16-year-old pianist who is the biological son of cop Stef Adams Foster.
|2010||Den Brother||Danny "Goose" Gustavo||Television film|
|2012||A Smile as Big as the Moon||Steve||Television film|
|2007||House of Payne||Jalen||"Paternity and Fraternity: Part 1" (Season 2, Episode 15)|
|2008||Psych||JJ||"The Old and the Restless" (Season 2, Episode 12)|
|2008||Pretty/Handsome||Bob Fitzpayne (Young)||Unsold Pilot|
|2010||Sons of Tucson||Quan||"Glenn's Birthday" (Season 1, Episode 11)|
|2009–2010||Aaron Stone||Jason Landers||Main role|
|2012||Longmire||Jason Lennox||"Unfinished Business" (Season 1, Episode 10)|
|2013–2018||The Fosters||Brandon Foster||Main role|
|2019||Good Trouble||Guest role|
|2014||Teen Choice Awards||Choice summer TV Star: Male||The Fosters||Nominated|
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