Ben Savage is a popular American TV and film actor known for his roles in the Disney channel series’ ‘Boy Meets World’ and its sequel ‘Girl Meets World’. He made his acting debut in the late 80s with a recurring role in the series ‘Dear Jones’ and stepped into the film world with ‘Little Monsters’. However, the biggest breakthrough for him turned out to be the 1993 series ‘Boy Meets World’, which made him a household name in America. He then resurrected his role in the sequel to ‘Boy Meets World’ in 2014, titled ‘Girl Meets World’ and received further worldwide prominence.
Appearing in many films and TV series’ over the years, Ben also kept his attention focused on the Broadways and musical theatres. Performance-wise, the best Ben Savage films are ‘Palo Alto’ and ‘Car Babes’ and series’ such as ‘Still Standing’, ‘Chuck’ and ‘Bones’.
Ben Savage is an acclaimed TV actor, but his film career never quite picked up the momentum and some of the box office and critical failures made way into his filmography. Some of the worst Ben Savage films are ‘Closing Time’, ‘Swimming Upstream’, ‘Lake Effects’ and ‘Chandler Hall’.
Little Monsters is an adventure comedy film which tells the story of Dave, a washed up musician recovering from a bad break-up. When there is a sudden outbreak of zombies, he teams up with his nephew’s teacher, Miss Caroline, in order to protect young children.
Clifford is a comedy film which revolves around Clifford, an obnoxious ten year old boy, who is eccentric and extremely mischievous. Wherever he goes, he leaves a trail of chaos. To get a relief from his mischief, he is sent to his Uncle Martin’s house by his parents for the weekend. But he has an obsession with Dinosaur World, a theme park located near Martin’s house, and he is not going to let anything stop him from getting there.