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Shih Tzu/Poodle (Dog)

Breed: Mixed Breed

Italia Ricci and Robbie Amell has 5 lbs Maltese and a 4 lbs Shih Tzu/Poodle.

Robbie Amell

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April 21, 1988 (36)


Italia Ricci

(2016 - )

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Robbie Amell is a Canadian actor and producer. He is best-known his roles as Stephen Jameson on The CW series The Tomorrow People, Ronnie Raymond/Firestorm on The CW series The Flash, Nathan Brown on Upload, Fred Jones in the films Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins and Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster, The Hunters as Paxton Flynn, The DUFF as Wesley Rush, The Babysitter as Max, and the science fiction film Code 8 as Connor Reed; the latter of which also starred his real life cousin Stephen Amell. He also appeared on television shows such as Life with Derek, True Jackson, VP, Unnatural History, and Revenge.

Amell began his journey in the entertainment world with roles in various TV shows, but it was his portrayal of Ronnie Raymond in “The Flash” that became a turning point. In this superhero saga, Amell’s character had the ability to fuse with another to become the fiery Firestorm. He also garnered attention for his comedic role in “The DUFF” and demonstrated his action chops in “Code 8,” a film he also produced.

Robbie Amell’s career boasts a range of collaborations with fellow actors and filmmakers. In “The Flash,” he shared the screen with Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, and Danielle Panabaker. His film “The DUFF” featured co-stars like Mae Whitman, Bella Thorne, and Ken Jeong. In “Code 8,” not only did he work with his cousin Stephen Amell, but also with actors like Sung Kang and Greg Bryk. In addition to these, he has appeared on shows like “Life with Derek,” collaborating with Michael Seater and Ashley Leggat, and “1600 Penn” where he worked with Bill Pullman and Jenna Elfman.

Amell was nominated for a Teen Choice Award for his role in “The DUFF,” underlining the positive reception of his comedic work. His film “Code 8,” which he also produced, became a hit on the festival circuit, earning several nominations and wins at smaller film festivals.