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Zach Tyler Eisen | Biography

Quick Information

  • Full Name Zachary Tyler Eisen
  • Occupation Former Actor and Voice Actor, Assistant Director, Producer, Writer
  • Nationality American
  • Birthplace Connecticut, USA
  • Birth Date Sep 23, 1993
  • Age 28 Years, 1 Months
Voice of Aang in the animated TV series 'Avatar: The Last Airbender' 

Zach Tyler Eisen | Biography

Eisen voiced for the baby redfish in the animated series 'Dora the Explorer'

Eisen contributed his voice to the character Aang in the TV mini-series short 'Avatar: Super Deformed Shorts' and the video game 'Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Burning Earth' in 2007. He voiced for 60 episodes in the TV series. He further reprised his role as Aang in the video game, 'Avatar: The Last Airbender - Into the Inferno,' released in 2008.


Zachary Tyler Eisen is a former voice actor who voiced the character Aang in the TV series 'Avatar: The Last Airbender.' 

Who is Zachary Tyler Eisen?

Zachary Tyler Eisen is a former actor/voice actor turned behind-the-scenes crew. She has been in the entertainment industry from a young age. He initially appeared on commercials then leaped to big-screen features such as Entropy (1999), Little Bill (199-2002), Marci X (2003), Backyardigans (2004), among others.

As a voice actor, he contributed his voice to the characters of many TV features, namely, The Ant Bully (2006), Doraemon: Nobita and the Green Giant Legend (2008), Avatar: The Last Airbender (ATLA) (2005-2008), and others.

As a behind-the-scenes crew, he fulfilled a plethora of duties in the show Truth and Dare in 2015. 

Early Life and Education

Zachary Tyler Eisen was born on 23 September 1993 in Stamford, Connecticut, USA. He began appearing on TV in commercials from the young age of four and continued to play significant roles throughout his adolescence. 

Aang in Avatar was one of his most well-known roles. But after the program ended in 2008, Eisen stepped down from the entertainment industry and enrolled in high school. Then, he attended Syracuse University to study film and television production.

Career

Eisen started acting from a very young age. He played Lukas in the 1999 film Entropy when he was around six years old. In 2001, Eisen portrayed Andrew Mulligan in the video Little Bill: What I Did at School and reprised the role in the video short Little Bill: Me and My Family the same year. He reprised his role as Andrew in the series iteration of Little Bill until 2002, appearing in 14 episodes. 

Following that, Eisen starred in the 2003 film Marci X and appeared as Pablo in the 2005 movie The Backyardigans: The Snow Fort. In 2004, he relived his role as Pablo in the series version of Backyardigans and totally appeared in 20 episodes, in two years until 2006. Furthermore, Eisen also played Pablo in the video Nick Jr. Favorite Holiday in 2006. Moreover, he portrayed Eisen himself in the video short Lana Del Rey: Young and Beautiful and Lady Gaga feat. R. Kelly: Do What You Want in 2013.

Voice

Eisen voiced for the baby redfish in the series Dora the Explorer (2000-2019). In 2006 Eisen voiced the character Lucas Nickle in the TV mini-series short The Ant Bully in the episode 'Monster Truck.' He also voiced the same role in The Ant Bully's video game adaptation and film adaptation, both released in 2006. Likewise, he contributed his voice to the character Aang in the TV mini-series short Avatar: Super Deformed Shorts and the video game Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Burning Earth in 2007. He voiced for 60 episodes in the TV series. He further reprised his role as Aang in the video game, Avatar: The Last Airbender - Into the Inferno, released in 2008. He had also lent his voice for Kibo in Doraemon: Nobita and the Green Giant Legend, in the English language, in 2008. 

Eisen Now & Behind-the-scenes Work

After Avatar: The Last Airbender finished in 2008, Eisen chose to quit acting and pursue a career in filmmaking. In a 2021 broadcast of Nickelodeon's official Avatar: The Last Airbender podcast dubbed Braving the Elements, Eisen noted that he prefers to work as a behind-the-scenes crew.

Eisen contributed as a dialogue editor, foley artist, and sound editor for the TV show Truth and Dare in 2015. He was the assistant director, producer, and cinematographer in at least one episode of Truth and Dare. He also worked as an ADR recordist on the TV show Mack and as a sound assistant on the 1998 film D Minus. In 2016, Eisen worked as a cinematographer for the short Haunted. His self-credits include an appearance on Jay Leno's Tonight Show in 1998.

Personal Life

Nothing much is disclosed about his personal life, and Eisen maintains a lowkey on the social platforms. 

Though he keeps his social media accounts discreet, he is aware of the entertaining discussion regarding his feature shows, Eisen told CheatSheet in 2021.

"My favorite thing that happens every now and again is I'll just be scrolling on whatever app and I'll see an Avatar meme or something that's completely unrelated, and I love it," he conveyed.

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