Lucas Grabeel hits the red carpet at the premiere of Chocolate Milk held at Sunday’s Best Boutique in Los Angeles on Tuesday night (June 18).
The 28-year-old actor stars as Stan in the film about two slow-witted brothers, Kyle and Phillip, who are forced to fend their way through life after their mother is killed in a freak accident.
Kyle is an eternal optimist and Phillip is depressed, lazy and lives in the past. This film follows Kyle and his determination to get Phillip off the couch and out into the world by going on a job interview, which goes terribly wrong.
It’s almost here — the all-American Sign Language (ASL) episode of Switched at Birth!
In tomorrow night’s episode “Uprising,” when news of the school’s closing spreads throughout campus, Daphne (Katie Leclerc) leads the students of Carlton School for the Deaf in arranging a demonstration to take place on the eve of the Romeo and Juliet play, in which Daphne has the lead role.
Meanwhile, as one of a handful of hearing students in the school, Bay’s (Vanessa Marano) attempt to be part of the campaign is challenged.
The storyline was inspired by the real-life “Deaf President Now” protests at Gallaudet University that took place 25 years ago this month.
“Uprising” premieres Monday, March 4th @ 8PM ET/PT on ABC Family. Check out a few clips from the episode below! 20+ pics inside…
In this week’s episode “Drive In The Knife,” Daphne (Katie Leclerc) and Travis (Ryan Lane) have a falling out that sets off a series of events that neither of them saw coming. Bay (Vanessa Marano) and Noah’s (Max Lloyd-Jones) relationship blossoms, but Emmett (Sean Berdy) won’t give up without a fight.
Meanwhile, Toby (Lucas Grabeel) meets a new girl, Elisa (Deutch) at his father’s campaign headquarters, a volunteer with a secret agenda.
“Drive In The Knife” airs Monday night, February 18th @ 8PM ET/PT on ABC Family. 15+ pics inside…