Best known for his role as sidekick Rico in both the movie and the television series "Hannah Montana" (Disney 2006-11), Moises Arias was an established actor by the time he joined Miley Cyrus and crew. Although his first role at eleven in "Everybody Hates Chris (CW 2005-09) didn't even merit a name, he must have enjoyed the fun because once he was bit by the acting bug it appears that Moises Arias just never looked back. Moises caught a small part on the television series "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody" (Nickelodeon 2005-08). The role was enough to get him noticed for the Jack Black comedy "Nacho Libre" (2006). That was the turning point for the young actor's career, for it garnered Moises notice for a new television series, "Hannah Montana," in which he played Rico, the kid who works at the local snack shack. During breaks Moises tried his hand at film, garnering attention for "The Perfect Game" (2009), a small film about Little League Baseball. In addition to film roles, Moises discovered a talent for voices and began a side career doing voice roles for children's television, including episodes of "Phineas and Ferb" (Disney 2007-15) and the big-screen feature "The Secret World of Arrietty (2010). After "Hannah Montana" ended, Moises had the luxury of concentrating on film roles, including the Mario Van Peebles comedy-drama "We the Party" (2012), another urban teen flick, "Noobz" (2012), and the critically acclaimed indie "The Kings of Summer" (2013). He returned to voice acting with the role of Antonio in "Despicable Me 2" (2013) and had a small role in the sci-fi epic "Ender's Game" (2013).