Chance Hurstfield returns for season two on ABC's drama series A Million Little Things, playing Daniel Dixon, son of Jon and Delilah Dixon (played by Ron Livingston and Stephanie Szostak, respectively). He is thrilled to be working alongside a star-studded cast featuring Lizzy Greene, David Guintoli, James Roday and Romany Malco. Hurstfield won a Best of TV Award for his work on the show.
Hurstfield was also cast as a lead in the Hulu original series The Bravest Knight, working alongside the hilarious Saturday Night Live alumni Bobby Moynihan. He can also be seen in several new projects: the new comedy film The Package, produced by Ben Stiller and directed by Jake Szymanski for Red Hour Films and Netflix; Good Boys with Jacob Tremblay, produced by Seth Rogan for Good Universe; and the Blacklist crime comedy Coffee and Kareem with Ed Helms and Taraji P. Hanson. Hurstfield has also been juggling other versatile roles, including the Netflix/Syfy-acclaimed series Ghost Wars, alongside Vincent D'Onofrio, Meat Loaf, Avan Jogia and Kim Coates. He also plays the lead boy, Carlos, in the Universal kids series Nina's World and Spud on the Netflix original animated series Chip & Potato. Finally, Hurstfield will also be seen in a brand-new, top-secret role in the upcoming Paw Patrol special.
When Hurstfield isn't working on set, he loves traveling, playing video games and hanging out with his two little sisters, Faith and Luna.