Jake T. Austin
American actor
Jake T. Austin
Jake T. Austin is an American actor and voice actor. Beginning a career as a child actor at the age of seven, Austin is a five-time Young Artist Award nominee, best known for his role as Max Russo, the youngest of three wizards on the Disney Channel original series Wizards of Waverly Place, and as the voice of Diego, the 8-year-old animal rescuer on the Nickelodeon animated series Go, Diego, Go!. Jake attends the Professional Children's School in Manhattan, New York City.
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White Pride and Prejudice
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When the alt-right adopts Jane Austen.
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Jane Austen Has Become An Alt-Right Icon, Somehow
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Life as a Jane Austen fan can be, occasionally, infuriating. Male classmates deride her as subliterary fluff, pop culture uses her as a shorthand for romance novels, and, for women, professing to love her turns you into a cat-possessing cliché. The latest insult, however, is the most egregious yet: Alt-right thinkers have appropriated Austen as a symbol of white nationalism, according to a Chronicle of Higher Education article by Nicole M. Wright. Wright, an assistant professor of English at the University of Colorado at Boulder, noticed an Austen cameo in a Milo Yiannopoulos speech in January. “As a Victorian novelist might have put it,” she quotes him, “it is a truth universally acknowledged that an ugly woman is far more likely to be a feminist than a hot one.” Amusingly, Wright points out, Yiannopoulos, an alt-right “fellow traveler,” was incorrect about Austen’s era: the Regency-era author died some 20 years before the Victorian period commenced. More to the point, however ...
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Jane Austen poisoned with arsenic? Not so fast, experts say
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Three antiquated pairs of spectacles displayed in the British Library are causing pulses to flutter clear across the globe.
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Jane Austen poisoned with arsenic?
CNN - 13 days
Three antiquated pairs of spectacles displayed in the British Library are causing pulses to flutter clear across the globe.
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NSW Education: School syllabus shake-up promotes the classics, Shakespeare and Austen back for the HSC - dailytelegraph.com.au
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dailytelegraph.com.au NSW Education: School syllabus shake-up promotes the classics, Shakespeare and Austen back for the HSC dailytelegraph.com.au INEFFECTIVE school courses riddled with lightweight texts have been dumped and Shakespeare is back under the biggest overhaul of the HSC syllabus in two decades. The classical works of the Bard, Jane Austen, Charles Dickens and Joseph Conrad will ... New South Wales HSC syllabus gets overhaul with more complex topicsABC Online NSW HSC: Back to the future in first major overhaul of the syllabus in 20 yearsThe Sydney Morning Herald Classroom focus shifts to life skillsThe Australian The Guardian -Sky News Australia -Daily Mail all 8 news articles »
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All-Inclusive Resorts For Your Next Vacay — No Passport Required
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The way we see it, there are two kinds of vacations: the kind where you’re running around sightseeing and scouring the internet for tips on where to go and what to eat, and the kind where you don’t have to make any plans because everything is taken care of. If you're in the market for the latter, an all-inclusive getaway can be a great option. Especially if you want to go into it knowing exactly how much the whole trip will cost. Of course, places like Mexico and Jamaica offer excellent accommodations, but you don't necessarily have to venture that far. Ahead, we’ve rounded up 10 all-inclusive resorts in the U.S. (and its territories), meaning Americans don't need a passport to visit. From Austin to Palm Springs to the U.S. Virgin Islands, consider your next trip planned. Travaasa Hana, Maui, Hawaii This little slice of paradise is exactly what we need right now. It’s situated on the eastern tip of Maui, amid palm trees and rolling fields. The all-inclusive package includes ...
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Your Favorite Book Characters Are As Real As You Feel They Are
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For readers who really dive into a book, it can be difficult to accept that the characters within are mere constructs of ink on paper. Perhaps you’ve heard Jane Austen’s wry omniscient voice narrating the events of your life for days after you turned the last page of Pride and Prejudice (guilty!). Perhaps you have to remind yourself that Hermione Granger isn’t real and can never offer you personalized study tips. These fictional people seem real ― don’t they? A new study performed by The Guardian and researchers from Durham University suggests that they are, in a way. The study found that, for 19 percent of readers surveyed, “the voices of fictional characters stayed with them even when they weren’t reading.” This included readers having thoughts in the voice of specific characters, experiencing narration of their life by a character, or simply having their own thoughts influenced by the tone or perspective of a character.  To be clear, the study did ...
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Second Jane Austen engraved £5 note found in Scotland Christmas card - Daily Mail
Google News - 3 months
Daily Mail Second Jane Austen engraved £5 note found in Scotland Christmas card Daily Mail The search is now on for the final two remaining notes in circulation around the UK. The images on the notes were created by specialist micro-engraver Graham Short, who travelled to different locations in the UK to spend them. The project was launched ... Ultra-rare Jane Austen £5 note found in Christmas card in Scottish BordersThe Guardian Rare £5 note worth up to £50000 found in Christmas cardITV News Second Jane Austen £5 note 'worth £50000' found in Christmas cardTelegraph.co.uk Metro -Sky News -The Independent -STV News all 23 news articles »
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England to Restore a House With Ties to Jane Austen — or Not
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A plan for Wentworth Woodhouse, said to be the inspiration for Pemberley in “Pride and Prejudice,” faces a backlash from a Jane Austen society.
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What’s on TV Saturday: ‘The Fall’ and ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’
NYTimes - 5 months
“The Fall,” a British serial-killer drama, steps off into its final season. And “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” bloodies up Jane Austen’s classic.
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'Dancing With the Stars' Recap: Jake T. Austin Gets the Boot
ABC News - 6 months
"I had a blast,” Austin told co-host Erin Andrews.
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‘Will & Jane’: Two Literary Superheroes, United in Pop Culture
NYTimes - 8 months
In a pairing unimaginable outside of fan fiction, Shakespeare and Jane Austen, and the material tokens of fans’ devotion are the subjects of an exhibition in Washington.
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Talk: Mark Takano Thinks Gay Men Can Learn From Jane Austen
NYTimes - 9 months
The Democratic congressman from California on the unsatisfactory Republican response to Orlando, loving Congress and the importance of grammar.
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Disney star Jake T. Austin dating superfan
CNN - about 1 year
Take heart, all you lovers of One Direction: Fan dreams really do come true.
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Fangirl Starts Dating Jake T. Austin After Relentlessly Tweeting Him Since 2009 [UPDATE]
Huffington Post - about 1 year
UPDATE: Austin's representatives responded to our inquiry about the status of his relationship with Caesar with the following statement: We're young and having fun just getting to know each other. It doesn't matter how you meet someone - on set, in a coffee shop, at school, or in the business. Sometimes you connect with people at the right moment & you just click. PREVIOUSLY: Jake T. Austin of "Wizards of Waverly Place" fame (that rando Selena Gomez Disney Channel show) has reportedly started dating Danielle Caesar, a fan who has been tweeting at him for more than five years.  Some outlets say Caesar has been contacting Austin over social media since 2009, practically begging the Disney star to acknowledge her presence online with tweets like, "Me and @jaketaustin are getting married. Shhh =x he just doesn't know it yet ;) yes I know I'm a freak :D." A freak GENIUS is more like it.  Validating every celebrity crush you've ever had, Caesar's persistence has appa ...
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jake T. Austin
  • 2016
    Age 21
    In January 2016, Austin revealed that he is dating fan, Danielle Caesar.
    More Details Hide Details Austin devotes time to various charitable causes including the Make-A-Wish Foundation, which grants wishes to children who have life-threatening medical conditions; the Starlight Children's Foundation, which is dedicated to improving the quality of life for children with chronic and life-threatening medical conditions; and Variety Power of Youth initiative, which partners with young stars to help raise money for their chosen causes.
    On September 20, 2016, Austin and Johnson were announced as the first couple to be eliminated from the competition.
    More Details Hide Details Austin divides his time between living in Los Angeles and New York. He has two dogs, Bogey and Beju. His family owns an historic restaurant called The Clarksville Inn. The restaurant, located in West Nyack, New York, originally opened in 1840 as a hotel.
    On August 30, 2016, Austin was revealed as one of the contestants who would compete on season 23 of Dancing with the Stars.
    More Details Hide Details He was partnered with professional dancer, Jenna Johnson.
    In 2016, he provided the voice for Jaime Reyes / Blue Beetle in the DC Comics animated direct-to-video film Justice League vs. Teen Titans.
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  • 2015
    Age 20
    He played Jesus for two seasons until he left the show in the second season finale in 2015.
    More Details Hide Details In a statement on his departure, Austin said: "I'm honored to have been a part of such a groundbreaking series... Thank you for letting me be a part of your family, it's been a pleasure." His role was recast for the third season.
  • 2013
    Age 18
    Austin landed his next major role in 2013, when he was cast as Jesus Foster in the ABC Family family/teen drama series The Fosters.
    More Details Hide Details The series tells the story of two moms raising both biological and foster children in a "multi-ethnic" household in San Diego, California.
  • 2011
    Age 16
    He was also in the romantic-comedy film New Years Eve, released on December 2011.
    More Details Hide Details The following year, he had guest roles on the Lifetime comedy-drama Drop Dead Diva as Samuel Forman, a 16-year-old multimillionaire, and on the NBC legal drama series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Rob Fisher, the boyfriend of a girl whose family is massacred.
    In 2011, Austin voiced the role of Fernando, an orphaned Brazilian boy who is forced to capture exotic birds, in the 20th Century Fox animated musical film Rio.
    More Details Hide Details He reprised the role in the sequel, Rio 2.
  • 2010
    Age 15
    In the fall of 2010, Austin was named as one of the "25 Brightest Latino Stars Under 25" by Latina magazine.
    More Details Hide Details He has written and sold his first screenplay, Kings of Suburbia, which he has said is written in the same vein as his favorite film Stand By Me.
  • 2009
    Age 14
    Austin made his live action feature film debut in 2009 with the role of Bruce, an orphan who hides numerous dogs in an abandoned hotel, in the DreamWorks film Hotel for Dogs.
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    In the summer of 2009, he played the role of Max Russo in Wizards on Deck crossover episode which included two other popular Disney shows, The Suite Life on Deck and Hannah Montana.
    More Details Hide Details During the same summer, he starred in the made-for-television film Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie. The film was a ratings hit, becoming the second most-viewed Disney Channel film at that time, behind High School Musical 2. It was also the #1 scripted telecast of 2009.
  • 2007
    Age 12
    Austin appeared in his first Walt Disney Company production in 2007 when he portrayed the role of Chris in the Disney Channel original film Johnny Kapahala: Back on Board.
    More Details Hide Details Later that same year, he was cast as Max Russo in the Disney Channel series Wizards of Waverly Place. He played the youngest sibling of a wizarding family, co-starring with Selena Gomez and David Henrie. Until the end of the Wizards of Waverly Place in 2011, Austin appeared in multiple Disney productions.
  • 2006
    Age 11
    In 2006, Austin landed the lead role of Angel Macias in his first live-action feature film, The Perfect Game, which was based on a true story about the first non-U.S. team to win the 1957 Little League World Series.
    More Details Hide Details The film wouldn't be released in the United States until more than three years later due to post-production financing difficulties.
  • 2004
    Age 9
    In 2004, he landed his first major role – voicing Diego, the cousin of Dora, on the hit Nickelodeon animated series Dora the Explorer.
    More Details Hide Details He continued to voice Diego on the spin-off series, Go, Diego, Go!, for three seasons. Along with voicing Diego, Austin was cast in multiple voice roles for the feature films The Ant Bully and Everyone's Hero – he was also cast in the Comedy Central special Merry F#%$in’s Christmas.
  • 2002
    Age 7
    Austin's career began in 2002 when he appeared in commercials.
    More Details Hide Details A year later, he appeared in his first credited acting role as Kid 1698 in a comedy sketch on The Late Show With David Letterman.
  • 1994
    Born on December 3, 1994.
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