Actor, dancer, and choreographer Zac Vran is well known for his role as Hunter in the Canadian single-camera tween drama television series “The Next Step,” which aired on the Family Channel. Vran has demonstrated his abilities by going on stage at the age of three, having received training in several dance forms. He appeared as Harry in a theater version of the musical “Oliver” at the Vancouver Playhouse when he was ten years old. He continued to be the featured dancer during the “2010 Winter Olympics” closing ceremony. He competed in the sole season of the Canadian reality talent show series, “Canada’s Got Talent,” as a member of the dance team “FRESHH,” which placed second overall. Other than acting in “The Next Step,” Vran has appeared on television in the films “Britney Ever After,” “11.22.63,” and “Frequency.” Vran has served as an opener for a number of musicians.
Gain Notoriety by Zac Vran
At a young age, Vran’s mother introduced him to dancing. At the age of three, he started giving performances. He received training and participated in many dance competitions. Tap, ballet, modern, jazz, contemporary, and hip-hop are a few of these. He was the main dancer in the 2010 Winter Olympics closing ceremony, which took place on February 28, 2010, at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He participated in the sole season of the Canadian reality talent program “Canada’s Got Talent” and danced with the “FRESHH” team. On March 4, 2012, the program debuted on the Citytv network. The team that garnered the most votes during the competition’s first week (April 2-3, 2012) advanced to the finals. They came in second in the competition. He has opened for a variety of performers, such as pop singer Carly Rae Jepsen at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena. In addition, he choreographs, teaches workshops, and performs on private and business occasions.
When he was 10 years old, he played Harry in the stage version of the hit musical “Oliver” by the Vancouver Playhouse. Dallas Smith, a Canadian country rock musician, included him in the music video for his song “If It Gets You Where You Wanna Go,” which debuted in April 2012.
Subsequently, he landed the most prominent job of his career thus far, playing the character of Hunter in the Canadian television series ‘The Next Step,’ which was filmed in an intense mockumentary fashion. Vran first appeared in the series in the second episode of Season 2, “My Boyfriend’s Back,” and continued to appear in 37 more episodes until 2015. He’s become well-known thanks to the hit show, which has been televised in over 120 countries.
In the drama mystery television miniseries 11.22.63, he made an appearance in the sole episode titled “The Truth.” On March 14, 2016, the episode aired. On December 7 of that year, he also had an appearance in the drama fantasy mystery television series “Frequency” in an episode called “Gray Line.” In the biographical drama television film “Britney Ever After,” he portrayed JC Chasez. On February 18, 2017, the film depicting the life and career of singer Britney Spears was released in the United States. He played Dance Patron #1 in the comic criminal drama television series “iZombie” episode “Looking for Mr. Goodbrain, Part 2,” which aired on June 27, 2017.
Behind the Scenes of Zac Vran
On June 9, 1996, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Zac Vran was born. Regarding his early life, education, parents, and family history, not much is known. Ethan is his younger brother. He once admitted to having a thing for Selena Gomez. He loves “Where the Wild Things Are” beyond all other books. Lola and Dexter are Vran’s two kitties. On Instagram, where his account, “zac_vran,” has more than 110 K followers, he has achieved a respectable level of fame.
Net worth of Zac Vran
The estimated net worth of Zac Vran is about $1 million.