A LIZZIE McGuire star now appears worlds aside from his character 22 decades immediately after the Disney present was axed.
The actor was regarded for his position of Matt McGuire, on the strike little ones Television programme from 2001-2004.
Jake portrayed Lizzie’s young brother, who was normally up to no superior and making an attempt to spoil his big sister’s existence with his foolish but hilarious pranks.
Age only 11 at the start of the exhibit, Jake is now 31 decades aged and is thoroughly unrecognisable more than 22 decades later.
Of course, he was just a kid when the exhibit initial commenced airing, but even the most loyal Lizzie McGuire supporter would find it challenging to identify him today.
The child star has developed a rather distinct moustache, and commonly posts lifetime updates on his Instagram account.
Jake not too long ago made the decision to don a Team McGuire jacket from his noughties Tv wardrobe and had a photoshoot for his enthusiasts to get all nostalgic over.
Considering that the clearly show – which was deemed his breakthrough performance – Jake went on to star in the Steven Spielberg film A.I. Artificial Intelligence, ahead of graduating from substantial college adopted by California Point out College with a diploma in screenwriting and Japanese.
Even though he ongoing to act – with displays this kind of as ER, Cory in the Home, CSI Miami, Principles of Engagement, Legal Minds and House all padding out his credits properly – Jake has altered path slightly in his job.
He’s now focusing on his get the job done as a professional amusement photographer and director.
Showing up on the Wild ‘Til 9 Podcast with hosts, Lauren Riihimaki and Jeremy Lewis, Jake spoke about his time on Lizzie McGuire.
The official Instagram account of the podcast posted a short clip, with the caption: “Auction everyone?”
In the video Jake now looks worlds away from the cheeky young prankster that graced our screens in the noughties.
He was meant to reprise his role in the series’ continuation on Disney+, having said that the display was pulled before it could be introduced in December 2020.
The exhibit skyrocketed its main star Hilary Duff’s vocation, with the actress – now 34 – going on to front some massive roles just after the sequence finished.
The Disney Channel comedy adopted the daily life of high faculty university student Lizzie McGuire as she navigated existence as a teenager.
The sequence also starred the likes of Lalaine Vergara-Paras as Miranda, Adam Lamberg as Gordo, and the two Hallie Todd and Robert Carradine as Lizzie’s hilarious parents.