At only 10 years old, John Moger has the radiance and determination of a seasoned performer. The young star on the rise enjoys all kinds of artforms and is even able to turn the simple act of recounting his school day into a full blown comedic performance. John’s experience in musical theater includes school productions of Pinocchio, Annie, and Shrek. He was also in his school’s production of Peter Pan in which he portrayed Michael. John was given the opportunity to virtually participate in a production of Newsies through Actors Technique NY.

John dances at Art In Motion Dance Center where he competes and takes classes in various styles, his favorite being hip-hop.

The moment he knew he wanted to be a performer was when he was 5 years old and had a burning desire to be in the front row during play rehearsals. Prior to that, John showed he was drawn to performing in his childhood through his big, over-the-top expressions. He loves performing so much that he does not feel nervous at all before hitting the stage. Although the arts take up a large part of his life, John also plays the drums for his school band, enjoys video games like Call of Duty, plays ice hockey and other sports, and loves to participate in gym class, where his favorite game is dodgeball. He also likes Legos, action figures, and watching his favorite TV show Naruto.

When asked about where he sees himself ten years in the future, John confidently replied that he will be living in a mansion and dancing on Broadway. John is currently cast as Uncle Henry and Winkie Leader in his school production of The Wizard of Oz, which is set to be performed at the end of March.

John can be found on Instagram @johnmogerofficial and is represented by Bercy Talent Management.

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