Kolton Stewart is an actor/singer-songwriter who was raised in Norfolk County, Canada. Discovering his passion for performance early on in life, Kolton began playing the drums at age two. He won several talent contests and awards, including the internationally-renowned Percussive Arts Society’s Larrie Londin Scholarship, and competed around the world with youth and adult pipe and drum bands, all before his seventh birthday. At the age of 8, after being sidelined with a broken leg from football, he decided to pursue the theatre, auditioning for The Stratford Shakespeare Festival's production of The Music Man. After landing that part and several others at Stratford, he became the first Canadian child in the history of The Lion King to join the Broadway musical as Young Simba in 2010. Shortly after his North American tour with Disney concluded, he began auditioning for television and movies roles, and was soon cast in both mediums. Kolton is best known for his starring role as Jarvis Raines on YTV's "Some Assembly Required" and for his appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2012, which helped launch his music career. Kolton most recently starred in Disenchanted (Disney+) working with the likes of Amy Adams, Maya Rudolph, Patrick Dempsey, James Marsden and Idina Menzel. Other credits include Sneakerella (Disney+), My Life With The Walter Boys (Netflix), Locke and Key (Netflix), My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (Universal), The Expanse (SyFy) etc.