Jaden Movold

Jaden is a dynamic young man with incredible charisma and confidence who has already had years of experience in front of the camera.  He has featured on What Now?, Attitude TV, two short films, and has been a poster boy and fundraiser for numerous charities.

Jaden was also a member of StarJam for 2 years and has performed in front of crowds of hundreds.  He is currently a member of the National Youth Theatre Company and is involved in his school choir, Kapahaka group and Glee club.

Jaden was born with spina bifida and used a wheelchair to get around.  He is also a keen sportsman and takes part in a number of wheelchair sports.

“My disability doesn’t stop me from following my dreams.”

D.O.B: 11/05/2004
Height: 106cm
Shoe Size: 10
Waist: 59cm
Chest: 71cm
Hips: 65cm


Acting/Presenting > TV/Live
Dance > Kapahaka, contemporary
Sports > Wheelchair Athlete (Racing, Tennis, Basketball, Triathlons), Swimming

2012-Present: National Youth Theatre Company, drama classes
2012-Present: Huapai District School Kapahaka Group
2010-2011: StarJam Singing Workshops

2014 – Sticky TV – “Your Thing” – Jaden’s Triathlon Story
2013:Westpac Halberg Sports Awards (TV Special) – Jaden’s story
2012: Be. The Possibility (DVD), Be. Accessible promotional material
2012: Halberg Sports & Disability Foundation (DVD), promotional material
2011: What Now? (TV Series), Who Cares Stare: Episode 1
2011: Money for Jam Competition (DVD), promotional material
2005-2011: Attitude (TV Series), documentary shorts and presenting
2007: The Singing Surgeon (Film), Character: Jump Rope Kid
2007: The Heist (Film), Character: Boy

2013 – Kapahaka Performance – Pacifica Living Arts Festival
2013 – J-Rock Stage Challenge
2012: Huapai District School Kapahaka Performance, West Auckland Multicultural Festival
2011: Justin Timberlake & Friends Las Vegas Concert – rapping with Vanilla Ice on stage for 3 sets
2011: Westpac Halberg Sports Awards: StarJam performance group (singing/dancing)
2010-2011: StarJam End of Year Performances – singing
2010: StarJam End of Year Performance – solo breakdancing routine
2009-2010: Attitude Awards – co-host with Simon Dallow