Joey King

Joey King voices Fred, Gretel's tech-savvy cousin, in Disney Branded Television's animated superhero comedy "Hamster & Gretel." A natural talent with a striking presence, Emmy®-nominated Joey King established herself as one of Hollywood's most sought-after young talents. A veteran actress at such a young age, King receives praise from fans and critics alike for her unremitting memorable performances, including her induction into the prestigious Forbes 30 Under 30 Class when she was just 20 years old. In addition to being spotlighted annually in the Variety "Young Hollywood Impact Report" and being named one of the "Rising Stars Poised for a Breakout" by The Hollywood Reporter, she took the awards circuit by storm, earning nominations across the board for her transformative performance in "The Act." She not only earned nominations from Critics Choice, Golden Globes® and The Screen Actors Guild Awards but made Emmy history when she was the youngest nominee in almost two decades to score a nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie. King has reached a new level of global recognition stemming from tentpole success across two of the biggest streaming giants. Her breakout leading role in the Netflix phenomenon "The Kissing Booth," for which she also served as executive producer, was referred to by the streamer as "one of the most-watched movies in the country, and maybe in the world." Hulu revealed that the debut of "The Act" led to a new subscribers-to-series record for the streamer. Most recently, she starred as the lead and served as a producer on the Paramount+ supernatural romance "The In Between." Next, King will star as the title character and serves as executive producer on Hulu's high-octane action film "The Princess." She will further demonstrate her versatility in her leading role opposite Brad Pitt in the David Leitch feature action-thriller "Bullet Train." In addition to her blockbuster summer, she is attached to lead the Hulu limited series adaptation of the Georgia Hunter novel "We Were the Lucky Ones." Taking control behind the scenes, King is continuing to expand her role as a producer and is one of the youngest creatives ever to strike a deal across any streaming network, not once but twice. Within the span of a year, she inked a first-look television deal with Hulu and expanded her relationship with Netflix after striking a first-look deal to produce and develop films through her production company, All The King's Horses. Through her ATKH banner, she will star and serve as executive producer on the film adaptation of Scott Westerfeld's dystopian YA book series "Uglies" for Netflix and is attached to headline and produce "A Spark of Light," a limited series based on the bestselling novel by Jodi Picoult for Sony Pictures TV. King currently lives in Los Angeles, from where she hails.