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He was part of the ensemble cast for four years and helped the show take home an Emmy Award for Outstanding Children's Program in 2009.Jake also starred alongside Emma Roberts in Hotel For Dogs in 2009.
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.During the same summer, he starred in the made-for-television film Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie.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. The series tells the story of two moms raising both biological and foster children in a "multi-ethnic" household in San Diego, California.He played Jesus for two seasons until he left the show in the second season finale in 2015.In a statement on his departure, Austin said: "I'm honored to have been a part of such a groundbreaking series ...Social media went into meltdown after Jake, who is famous for his role as Max Russo in Disney’s Wizard of Waverly Place alongside best friend Selena Gomez, shared a loved-up snap on his Instagram page to prove the romance.
As the years went on, she bombarded him with more tweets, such as: 'Me & @jaketaustin are getting married.
Shh he doesn't know it yet ;) yes I know I'm a freak : D', and 'I'm gonna deff try & meet youu this summer!! Jake has been acting since 2002 when he appeared in commercials and got his start in showbusiness in 2004, when, at the age of nine, he was cast as the voice of Dora's cousin Diego on the Nickelodeon series Dora The Explorer.
Jake Austin Szymanski (born December 3, 1994), known professionally as Jake T. 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 on the Disney Channel series Wizards of Waverly Place, and as the voice of Diego on the Nickelodeon animated series Go, Diego, Go! Austin was also the original actor to portray Jesus Foster on the ABC Family family/teen drama series The Fosters. The film wouldn't be released in the United States until more than three years later due to post-production financing difficulties.
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. 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.