From a young age, it was clear that Hunter Payton Mendoza would be working in front of the camera. At the tender age 6, he was already seen in National commercials, as well as in the HBO series "Funny Or Die" presents. Hunter is a versatile actor, always challenging himself to play different character types in all genres- Comedy, Drama, Improv, etc. He most recently wrapped a role on the Disney Channel's "Raven's Home" as well as a lead in the feature film "The Genie's Tail" with Laura Marano, Jake Paul and The Farley Brothers, both set to come out 2020. Hunter is often recognized for his recurring role on the NBC tv series "A to Z," created by Ben Queen with Rashida Jones and Will McCormack as Executive Producers. Once of his most rewarding experiences was playing a Young RJ Mitte in a challenging role as a young child with Muscular Dystrophy in the film "Who's Driving Doug." Other tv credits include "Criminal Minds," "A Day In The Life," SyFy's "Ominous," and the TV Movie "The Joneses Unplugged." Hunter was also able to utilize his knowledge of sign language in an award-winning lead in the short "Father's Day Breakfast" to play the son of a deaf man. Among his many national commercial bookings are Home Depot, Buick, Hyundai, McDonalds, and Samsung. In addition to acting and improv, Hunter sings, dances, plays sports, is involved in many philanthropic and anti-bullying organizations, and is a Parkour Ninja Master who is constantly training. With his determination, talent, compassion, and gregarious nature, he will certainly be in the public eye for a long time.
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|A to Z S01||October 2, 2014|