First appearing on screen in an episode of “7th Heaven” in 1999, Fred Meyers subsequently gained wider attention while playing Tom Gribalski (1999-2003), the geeky, unpopular, uncool and intelligent friend of Shia LaBeouf's Louis, on Disney Channel original children's show "Even Stevens." On the big screen, he has appeared in the thriller Suspended Animation (2001), the musical drama Raise Your Voice (2004; starring Hilary Duff) and the teen flick Dirty Deeds (2005). Next, he will appear in an upcoming horror/thriller called Hallowed Ground.
Childhood and Family:
In Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Fred Meyers was born on August 8, 1983. He trains in the martial arts and teaches self-defense. He currently resides in Burbank, California.
Joining the Stevens
In November 1999, Fred Meyers was first seen on television as a guest in an episode of the WB (now CW) family drama series “7th Heaven.” He subsequently landed a recurring role on Disney Channel original children's show "Even Stevens," as Thomas "Tom" Gribalski (1999-2003), the geeky, unpopular, uncool and intelligent friend of Shia LaBeouf's Louis.
During his "Even Stevens" years, Meyers worked on the big screen. He could be seen in Guy Crawford and Yvette Hoffman's horror film The Catcher (2000) and in John D. Hancock's thriller Suspended Animation (2001), playing a bad boy called Sandor Hansen. He also appeared in the TV movie version of "Even Stevens," The Even Stevens Movie, in 2003.
After laving "Even Stevens," Meyers was spotted as a guest in a January 2004 episode of CBS crime drama series "The Handler." He then went to support Hilary Duff in Sean McNamara's musical drama Raise Your Voice (2004) and shared the screen with Chris Pine in Jonathan Meyers' drama film set in a catholic boarding school, Confession (2005). He also played a role in David Kendall's high school comedy movie Dirty Deeds (2005), which stars Arielle Kebbel, Matthew Carey, Milo Ventimiglia, Lacey Chabert and Zoe Saldana.
Next, Meyers returned to the small screen and guest starred in a September 2005 episode of ABC's Emmy and Golden Globe award-winning legal dramedy "Boston Legal" and in an August 2006 episode of Disney Channel's children's sitcom "That's So Raven." He will soon complete his upcoming film project, Hallowed Ground, a horror/thriller by writer-director David Benullo.