|Full name||Daryl Christopher Sabara|
|Know as||Daryl Christopher Sabara, Daryl Sabara, Sabara, Daryl Christopher, Red Mamba|
|Birth place||Torrance, California, U.S.|
|Age||25 years, 1 month, 13 days|
|Height||5' 9½" (1.77 m)|
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Daryl Christopher Sabara Biography:
Celebrity Daryl Sabara was born in Torrance, California, on June 14, 1992. His career includes roles in action films like John Carter, in addition to voice work in the animated series Father of the Pride and Generator Rex. Sabara and his twin brother, Evan, were raised by their mom, who was employed as a social worker in La. Both brothers would finally become celebrities. Daryl Sabara, nevertheless, started his performance career as a ballet dancer, becoming an associate of the regional business South Bay Ballet as a kid.
Sabara started acting as a young child, appearing on episodes of Murphy Brown, Roswell and Will and Grace during the 1990s. In 2001, he was cast in the part of Juni Cortez in the film Spy Kids. The movie was incredibly successful, finally growing right into a lucrative franchise.
Sabara’s success as a movie, television and voice performer has continued steadily since his professional breakthrough in 2001. His television credits include roles on Friends, Wizards of Waverly Place and Simple to Assemble. In 2003, Sabara served as a celebrity judge on the reality talent-contest show America’s Most Talented Kids. Along with his regular playing work, Sabara has had an established career voicing animated characters. Sabara’s movie career has continued past the success of Spy Kids. In the latter picture, he performed opposite picture experts Robert De Niro and Danny Trejo.
Sabara also costarred in the 2012 action film John Carter. Other film credits include April Showers, a movie written and directed with a survivor of the 1999 Columbine High School shooting, along with the Robin Williams comedy World’s Greatest Dad (2009). In 2013, the celebrity filmed two films: The Green Inferno as well as The Philosophers, where he plays a college student.