Devin’s roles included mostly guest roles on TV series with a few feature films thrown in, after “Ms. Bear” he went on to appear in the short “White Cloud, Blue Mountain” that same year in 1998 he made his first of three appearances on the series “The Outer Limits” and in 1999 he guest-starred on the series “Mercy Point.”
The year 2000 Devin added seven credits to his resume with guest roles on the TV series “Harsh Realm,” “So Weird,” “Mysterious Ways” and “Da Vinci’s Inquest,” and his second appearance on “The Outer Limits” in the episode ‘The Gun.’ That same year he also made his feature film debut playing Scottie in “Chain of Fools.”
He made his second feature appearance in 2001 playing Young Wayne in “Saving Silverman,” appeared on the series “Seven Days,” “Beer Money” and his third go-around on “The Outer Limits.” The next year he had a lead role next to Burt Reynolds in the family drama “Time of the Wolf” where a boy makes an unusual and dangerous friend. Devin also landed a recurring role on the series “Jeremiah” guest-starred on an episode of “Breaking News” and appeared on two episodes of the mini-series “Taken.”
Devin also had a small role on “X-Men 2” and had a lead role on the direct to video “MXP: Most Xtreme Primate,” a small role on “Going the Distance” and played Peter on “Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2.” Other roles include the series “Wild Card” (2003), “Human Cargo” (2004) and “Smallville” (2006) these ended his child and teen actor years and after three years made his final on-screen appearance to date in “I Love You, Beth Cooper.”
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