Officially released on January 31st, 2014, it revolved around a seductress who attracts three teenage boys into her devious scheme; the consequences that follow later prove to be dire.Produced by Rapid Eye Films, it starred actress Gia Mantegna as Chloe Vandersteen, the seductress, and also featured Spencer Daniels, Rachel Seiferth, Claudia Christian, and Chad Lowe; Werkheiser played the role of Nick Behrle, one of the three teen boys.The first Nickelodeon Original Movie, it revolved around a shy ninth grader named Nolan Byrd, who after getting bullied in his class, uses his knack for technology to catch the bully in action.Written by Russell Marcus, , it earned Werkheiser a Young Artist Award for the category of “Best Performance in a TV Movie, Mini series or Special – Leading Young Actor” in 2008.Although was not released in theatres in the United States, it was shown in theatres in other countries around the world.Later available on DVD in November 2010, the movie featured an opening song performed by Kimberly Cole and Sandy Simmons; the song played during the ending credits on the other hand, was none other than Werkheiser’s first single called, . Created by Patrick Sean Smith, it followed the lives of a group of students at the fictitious Cyprus Rhodes University in Ohio; the show’s main characters include Rusty Cartwright (played by Jacob Zachar), Casey Cartwright (played by Spencer Gramer), Cappie (played by Scott Michael Foster), Evan Chambers (played by Jake Mc Dorman), and various others.
Written and directed by Joel Souza, it will also star Jared Abrahamson, Veronica Lavery, Michelle Way, Meinhard St. Aside from that, he will also be making an appearance in the upcoming comedy flick, Directed by Scott Zabielski, the movie will be starring Kat Graham, Terry Crews, Logan Paul and Method Man; in it, Werkheiser will be playing a supporting character named Brock.
After settling down in the new city, he landed a supporting role in the comedy TV film, where he played the on-screen brother of actress, Margo Harshman.
However, it wasn’t until 2004ーwhen he was thirteen years oldーthat he received the biggest break in his career; as luck would have it, he had been chosen to star as the lead protagonist in Nickelodeon’s new sitcom, Created by Scott Fellows, the pilot episode premiered on the Nickelodeon Channel on September, 7th 2004.
The next year, the actor starred in the teen comedy film, back in 2002.
Adapted from the novel, Love at First Hiccup by author Dennis Jurgensen, it centered around a high school freshman, who falls in love with a popular senior named Anya; they eventually learn how to overcome various “hiccups” throughout the course of the film.