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Their third album, ‘24/Seven’, was released on June 11, 2013.
All in all, he has more than 15 credits as an actor and 3 credits for the soundtrack.
Schmidt initially appeared in a Chex TV commercial. Additionally, next, he landed recurring roles on ‘General Hospital’, ‘Titus’, ‘Raising Dad’, ‘Gilmore Girls’ and ‘CSI: Miami’.
Next, he became one of two young actors who was hired to be Haley Joel Osment’s stand-in and body double in the Steven Spielberg film, ‘A. Furthermore, Schmidt has appeared in other movies and television series like ‘School of Rock’, ‘Are You There God?
Apart from his acting career, Schmidt is a member of the band Big Time Rush.) is an American Teen icon and KCA nominated television music-themed teen sitcom based on the band of the same name.The series chronicles four high school friends from Minnesota — Kendall Knight (Kendall Schmidt), James Diamond (James Maslow), Carlos Garcia (Carlos Pena, Jr.), and Logan Mitchell (Logan Henderson) — whose lives are changed when they move to Los Angeles and become a hit-making, chart-topping boy band.The series premiered with the hour-long pilot episode, "Big Time Audition", as a "sneak preview" on November 28, 2009, leading up to a series of half-hour regulars on January 18, 2010 at pm ET with the episode "Big Time School of Rocque", to 6.8 million viewers.
Four hockey players from Minnesota — Kendall Knight (Kendall Schmidt), James Diamond (James Maslow), Carlos Garcia (Carlos Pena Jr.), and Logan Mitchell (Logan Henderson) — get the opportunity to become famous and successfully try out to be the "next great boy band." They move to Los Angeles, California, where they live at the "Palm Woods Hotel" and attend the "Palm Woods School", a special school just for actors, actresses, singers, and other performers.The series became Nickelodeon's second highest-rated Nickelodeon sitcom after less than a month on the air — behind i Carly by 600,000 viewers — and attracts an average of more than three to four million viewers per episode debut.The show was created by showrunner and executive producer, Scott Fellows, for Nickelodeon, who also created the former Nickelodeon sitcom, Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide.The boys also frequently come into conflict with "Mr.