Born into a show business family, Devon Bostick got his feet wet in the acting industry when he was still in middle school, playing a role in the 2004 drama Godsend when he was just 13. Bostick’s mother, a casting director, and his father, an actor, were knowledgeable about the business, and they’d help their son continue to take on new projects at a frantic pace over the coming years, showing up in prominent films like Land of the Dead,Citizen Duane, and Saw IV. By 2009, Bostick was playing a starring role in the series Being Erica, in addition to playing a prominent part in the miniseries Assassin’s Creed: Lineage. The next year, Bostick joined the cast of the kid’s movie Diary of a Wimpy Kid, playing the character of Rodick.
Brother of actor Jesse Bostick
Mother is Casting Director
Stephanie Gorin and father is actor Joe Bostick.
Attended Etobicoke School of the Arts where he majored in drama for four years.
He began acting when in grade five.