Shane Harper has established himself as an artist and quadruple threat—singer, actor, dancer and songwriter. He began working as a professional dancer in the entertainment industry when he was just 13, appearing as a principal dancer in "High School Musical 2," and in Nickelodeon's show "Dance on Sunset." Shane transitioned easily into acting and was recurring on the hit Disney Channel show "Good Luck Charlie" for all four seasons. He guest starred on "Wizards of Waverly Place" and "So Random." He also had a recurring guest role on MTV's hit comedy series "Awkward," and he appeared for one season in a starring role on MTV's dramedy series "Happyland."
As an actor in film, Shane got his start working with the legendary Rob Reiner, in a supporting role for the movie "Flipped." Shane was the lead role in the independent feature film "God's Not Dead," which grossed over $60 million at the box office in 2014. He was also given the opportunity to write and record a song for the soundtrack called "Hold You Up," which was a chart topper and one of his most successful releases to date. Most recently, Shane filmed the 1950s indie drama "Flock of Four," which is set to release this year.