Hunter is recognized for his recurring role on the NBC TV Series A to Z (2014), and as Young RJ Mitte in a challenging role as Young Doug, a child with muscular dystrophy, starring in Who's Driving Doug (2016). For his lead in the movie Father's Day Breakfast (2017) he uses his knowledge of sign language in a meaningful role with a deaf father. Hunter showed his zeal for acting at the tender age of 4 and at age 6 you could already see him in the HBO series Funny or Die Presents... (2010), and TV Commercials for Sears and Mazda. Soon he was doing national commercials for Hyundai, McDonalds and Samsung. A Distinguished Honor Roll student with Straight A's, he loves to sing and freestyle dance . When he is not studying, dancing or acting, you will find him active in Parkour, Tennis, horse back riding, Tae Kwon Do and playing video games. His creativity is always at work through his writing and directing with friends. Hunter still finds time to give back to many charities. He loves animals and is a big animal activist. He has 8 dogs, 2 horses, 3 ponies, 10 chickens and a bunny. He even donates blankets and many items to the local animal shelters in his County. He frequently helps with LA Childrens Hospital, ASPCA and is an Ambassador to Boo2Bullying. He really admires The Avengers (2012) and is kind of a real life Avenger now in his stand against bullying and helping others.