Bo Mitchell is an American actor and entrepreneur best known for his role as Wayne in the television comedy series Eastbound & Down.
Bo was 9 months old when he got his first job for a JC Penny print ad. He continued from there with many more print and commercials, from Land Rover to Nikon, before starting to work in TV and film at age 5.
He still lives in Aiken, South Carolina but travels the East coast and out to the West coast often.
Bo appeared in the 2007 ABC series October Road, in which he played Doodie and Little Big Shots - a Simon Cowell show where he plays himself.
He also worked on a show called Fridays on Cartoon Network and appeared in three films in 2007/2008.
Bo owns his own business that he started at age 7. He owns the copyright to all of his logos and jingles and runs Hollywoods Tropical Sno, with over 100 flavours of the finest shaved ice in the south. He employs about 15 teens every summer.
Bo and his dad Bryan Chavis own a motorcycle shop and car business together where they buy old cycles and cars and restore them to resale. This business, Hollywoods Cycles, employs both of his parents full time.
Bo appeared on FOX news with Neil Kuvado's business show in 2007 and has plans to continue to grow as a businessman and an actor.
Bo has always been home schooled and played football in his home town from age 5 to 11. His coaches nicknamed him Hollywood, which is why his businesses are all called Hollywoods.
At the age of 9 months, Bo was discovered by an agent in a Charlotte NC, shopping mall. The agent saw Bo's potential, thinking he was 2 years old due to his size and walking at such a young age.
Bo started working soon after the chance meeting and has continued his career.