Dallas Nathan White, born April 26, 1992, expressed his interest in the performing arts early on in his life. The Jefferson, Maryland native began his acting career during his freshman year of high school, performing in such productions as "High School Musical" and "Addict," a dinner theater production, in addition to volunteering in set workshops for future productions. But his performing experience wasn't limited to the stage. White even picked up a hobby in performing magic tricks, eventually becoming known as the "Magic Boy" during high school. Following high school, White began interning at a local radio station, Key 103, in Frederick, Maryland and was promoted to a producer and on air personality, pulling public pranks and stunts, on the station's morning show within a month. White also attended Frederick Community College - though at first he strayed away from performance, his brief lull in performance only brought him back to his true passion. Beginning with a major in business, White quickly realized he preferred performing arts, and switched his major to drama, studying method acting and acting history. In his spare time, White worked on short films with local film groups, and was soon introduced to 72 Film Fest, which solidified White's aspirations in the film and television acting profession. He has since been cast in various roles in many television, short film and feature film performances. His television debut started off on Investigation Discovery's true-crime series', "Evil Kin," then scoring a guest star role in "Nightmare Next Door." He expanded into other networks such as Reelz Channel; guest starring in an episode of "Copycat Killers," a true crime TV series that tells stories of real crimes that were inspired by major motion pictures and television. In addition to Reelz Channel's "Deadly Shootouts" playing Corporal John Burke. A dramatic day player performance in which White played a Customs Agent was in "Legends & Lies" on Fox News Channel. White even took to score an appearance in STX Entertainment's "Bad Moms" starring Mila Kunis, Kathryn Hahn, and Kristen Bell playing a busboy which unfortunately wound up in deleted scenes. He strives for persistence in his career, auditioning for future television and film roles. "I have a great supportive system behind me; my manager, my agents, and my family and friends. I will always be pushing forward," White said.