Hayden Byerly Biography
Hayden Byerly is born in Lakewood, Colorado, the U.S, he is an American actor. Cute and handsome Harden is mostly known as Jude Adams from the TV series The Fosters, alongside his best friend and American actress, Izabela Vidvoic and Meg DeLacy.
Byerly began his acting career after winning first place in a national talent competition in Orlando, Florida.
Hayden Byerly Age
Hayden Byerly was born on October 11, 2000, in Lakewood, Colorado, U.S. He is 18 years old as of 2018.
Hayden Byerly Family
Hayden Byerly was born in Lakewood, Colorado and later raised in Littleton, Colorado before relocating to Los Angeles California together with the family. Information about his Parents is unknown though sources have it that he has a younger brother in his family.
His nationality is American and also belongs to North American ethnicity.
Hayden Byerly Gay
Hayden Byerly is not a gay, he is a straight man in real life. The actor dissed all the gay rumors.
Hayden Byerly Dating
Hayden Byerly Is currently, in a relationship with actress Alyssa Jirrels since 2015.
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Hayden Byerly Height
The American actor stands at the height of 1.8 m (5′ 11″).
Hayden Byerly Career
Byerly started his acting career after he won the first place in a national talent competition in Orlando, Florida. Later, he booked his very first audition, making his television debut in 2011 with a guest-starring role as Skunk, the scrappy leader of a misfit basketball team on the Disney XD comedy series Zeke and Luther. In the same year, he made his appearance in the film debut with a starring role as Nathan Vales in the supernatural horror film 11/11/11.
Byerly became one of the principal ensemble cast members on the ABC Family drama series The Fosters in 2013, On the series, he portrays Jude Adams-Foster, an abused and sensitive 12-year-old foster child who is subsequently adopted into a large blended family where he begins questioning his sexuality and the nature of his feelings for his best friend Connor (portrayed by Gavin MacIntosh). In March 2014, Hollywood.com named Byerly’s “heartwarming” portrayal of Jude to its list of “Favorite LGBTQ Characters on TV.”
Hayden Byerly Net Worth
He has an estimated Net Worth of 1/2 Million
Hayden Byerly Movies and Tv Shows
Zeke and Luther
Sofia the First
Prince Gustav (voice)
Jude Adams Foster
“The 11th Commandment”
Hayden Byerly The Fosters
Hayden Byerly portrayed Jude Adams Foster on the freedom drama series The Foster. It follows the lives of the Adams Foster family, composed of a lesbian couple who are raising their children together.
Hayden Byerly And Gavin Macintosh
The two featured in drama series The Fosters as gays. Hayden Byerly as ‘Jude’ and Gavin MacIntosh as ‘Conner’ are seen kissing in The Fosters.
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Hayden Byerly Zeke And Luther
He starred in the Comedy series Zeke and Luther as Skunk, the scrappy leader of a misfit basketball team
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Hayden Byerly Interview
HAYDEN BYERLY OPENS UP ABOUT SAYING GOODBYE TO ‘THE FOSTERS
Published: June 5, 2018
What was it like saying goodbye to Jude?
Hayden: Jude is not necessarily just a character that I played, he’s also a part of me…So it’s pretty crazy. It’s almost, saying goodbye to a piece of yourself, something that has been so connected and tied to you for so long. I will never really forget Jude. He’ll always be a part of my life, but it is kind of crazy to just say goodbye to him in this particular way, to say goodbye to him on screen and to not really be able to show him to the world anymore. But there’s so many more characters and things that I hope to do and play in the future!
Did you take anything from the set to remember your time there?
Hayden: A lot of people have probably seen it. It’s never been super in your face, but one of those Hollywood license plates on his door, with his name. I ended up taking that from the set, which, if anyone from Warner Brothers calls and asks, I’ll always deny it! I remember that early into the show when Jude first moved into the house. He always had that sign on his door, and that was one of my favorite things, so I took that.
What life lessons are you taking away from “The Fosters”?
Hayden: There are countless moments and memories and lessons I’ve learned from so many different things, from Jude himself, from the other individual characters, from other people on set, not only just the main cast but the writers, the crew. I started the show when I was about 12 years old and in a five year period, I basically lived two separate lives and accumulated almost 10 years’ worth of experience in half that time, because I was living as Jude and as Hayden. I am very lucky to have lived a double life, to grow up with the experiences that I never would have on my own. The things that Jude went through, I never would’ve gone through, but I’m thankful and lucky, ’cause I now know more and I’ve learned so much because of them.
Jude was the youngest gay character to kiss on national television. What does it feel like to have made history in that way?
Hayden: I think that it’s remarkable. I’m unbelievably honored that I was allowed to be a part of history, to make such a change and to do something so big and new in the entertainment industry. The writers had approached me and talked to me about it. To me, I was like, okay, that doesn’t seem like such a crazy thing, not a big deal, but it was. It made such an impact on society, on young kids in the LGBT community that wanted to see themselves accurately represented and portrayed on television. They wanted to see a character that made them feel happy and proud to be who they are. That’s what Jude was.
Looking back, is there one episode that stands out as your favorite?
Hayden: I always say it and I’ve always stuck with it, throughout most of the years, I think my favorite episode to watch and go back and look at was Lena and Jude in the bathroom, when he’s taking his nail polish off, and she’s talking to him about acceptance and loving himself and being proud of who he is and how the world doesn’t always accept us for who we are, but we just have to stand tall and be proud of who we are. That was an incredible moment for me, a life lesson that I appreciate and value.
What do you hope people take away from the show?
Hayden: I hope that people take away a lot of love. I hope that people learn to love and accept those around them and, in society and in our community. We’re all humans and we’re all people! I think that if we all open our hearts a little bit more and try to understand and learn and accept people for who they are, the world will be a better place, as opposed to being scared of the unknown and cutting people out for what we don’t understand. We need to embrace the differences within each person and how beautiful it is that we’re all unique in so many different ways.
Will Jude make an appearance in the upcoming spinoff?
Hayden: There’s always a chance. I think the biggest thing that I always talk about with “Good Trouble” is that this is Cierra and Maia’s story. It’s a continuation of a piece of “The Fosters,” but wherever you go in your life, whenever you grow up and change and you move forward, you don’t just forget your family. That’s something that will always stay with you. Those are the people in your life who are always going to show up and bug you, especially when you don’t want them to. So, I think that there is a great chance that people will not only see Jude but many of the other “Fosters” ensemble on “Good Trouble.”