Jack Griffo reveals his all-time favorite superhero and more!
If you haven't heard of Jack Griffo, it's about time you did.
This up-and-coming actor has already made a name for himself on the Nickelodeon show, "The Thundermans," where he plays the role of Max Thunderman, a normal suburban kid with serious superpowers.
Now, Griffo has his sights set on even more screen and stage time, and has been working on his acting skills, music and more. He moved to LA at the young age of 13 to pursue his dream, and now, at age 20, is well on his way to stardom.
See some of our Facebook Q&A with Griffo below, and make sure you check out part one of our interview with him here!
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What's your go-to Starbucks drink?
An iced mocha latte
What's your favorite show on Netflix right now?
New York or LA?
Oh that's tough. New York -- love it here. I definitely see myself working here in the future. I have family here so it's kind of like a second home.
What's your go-to song to sing in the shower?
Oh, hmmm. Honestly, I'm not going to lie, I'm not much of a shower singer. I sing loud and proud, so I'm not a closeted singer.
Who is your all-time favorite superhero?
Spiderman, you can't go wrong. Oh, Spiderman or Batman. But I relate more to Spiderman because he's younger, especially now they're doing the high school version, homecoming. So, I love Spiderman. I love the Toby McGuire movies and the Andrew Garfield movies were even pretty good. I'm really excited for Tom Holland, he's great. I think those movies are going to be great.
What's the best advice you've ever received?
When I was a kid I liked, who doesn't -- I'm an actor, to be the center of attention and I liked to draw eyes to myself. I think the best advice is from my family, I have a lot of older siblings and they've taught me a lot of things. But the main thing I was told as a kid that's really affected me as an adult is to go with the flow. Now, my friends and family know me to really not care one way or another. Sometimes I will care, sometimes I'll be a diva. But for the most part I've taken that advice and heeded it.
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