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Lucas Alan Cruikshank (born August 29, 1993Fred Figglehorn in the online TV series, FRED. The online video was even made a Nickelodeon show with the same name.) portrayed
He reprised his role as Fred in the Annoying Orange episode, "Annoying Orange vs. FRED!!!", and Fred: The Movie.
In Fred: The Movie, he also played a new character, Derf.
Lucas was raised in Columbus, Nebraska, where he attended Lakeview High School. He is the son of Molly Jeanne (née Duffy) and Dave Alan Cruikshank. He has five sisters and two brothers. Cruikshank is openly gay. In a video released August 20, 2013, he came out saying "I'm gay. I feel so weird saying it on camera. But my family and friends have known for like three years. I just haven't felt the need to announce it on the Internet. Before he started making his fred videos, he used to make videos on the YouTube channel JKL Productions with his cousins Jon and Katie. This was the channel that the Fred videos got its start. When they became popular lucas decided to give fred his own channel.
|2006–11||Fred||Fred Figglehorn/various voices||Web-based series|
|2009||2009 Teen Choice Awards||Fred Figglehorn||Backstage clips|
|2009||iCarly||Himself/Fred Figglehorn||Guest star in "iMeet Fred"|
|2009||Hannah Montana||Kyle McIntyre||Guest star in "Come Fail Away"|
|2010||2010 Kids' Choice Awards||Himself||Presenter of awards|
|2010||Fred: The Movie||Fred Figglehorn/Derf||Lead role|
|2011||Cartoon Network||Himself||Presenter of award|
|2011||Supah Ninjas||Spencer/Kickbutt||Guest star in "Kickbutt"|
|2011||Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred||Fred Figglehorn/Derf||Lead role|
|2012||Fred: The Show||Fred Figglehorn||Lead role|
|2012||Fred 3: Camp Fred||Fred Figglehorn||Lead role|
|2012–13||Marvin Marvin||Marvin||TV show, lead role|
|2013||2013 Kids' Choice Awards||Himself||Presenter|
|2013||Big Time Rush||Himself||Guest Star in "Big Time Cameo"|
Awards and Nominations
|2009||People's Choice Awards||Favorite User Generated Video||Nominated|
|2009||Teen Choice Awards||Choice Web Star||Won|
|2010||Teen Choice Awards||Choice Web Star||Nominated|
|2010||Teen Icon Awards||Iconic Web Star||Nominated|
|2013||Kids' Choice Awards||Favorite TV Actor||Nominated|
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