October 12, 2001
San Diego, California, United States
Growing up in southern California in the early 2000s, Raymond Ochoa's acting career started young and fast. At the age of 5, he made his debut in a few episodes of sitcom "10 Items or Less" (TBS 2006-09). In 2007, he appeared in a rash of commercials for companies such as Chevrolet and Verizon. He also guest-starred on an episode of "Cold Case" (CBS 2003-2010) in 2007 and appeared in several episodes of the short-lived Kelsey Grammar-starring show "Hank" (ABC 2009). Ochoa made his feature film debut at age 8 in the animated Jim Carrey-starring version of "A Christmas Carol" (2009). From there, he entered the world of voice-acting, also appearing in the animated films "Yogi Bear" (2010) and "Mars Needs Moms" (2011). While voice-acting dominated Ochoa's career as he reached his teen years, he still appeared on a few TV episodes in live-action, including "The Middle" (ABC 2009- ) and "Private Practice" (ABC 2007-2013). In 2012, he became the voice of The Incredibles' Dash Parr for Pixar, voicing him for Disney Infinity and other video games. That work led Ochoa to voicing the role of Arlo in the Disney/Pixar film "The Good Dinosaur" (2015). He also voiced a character in "The Angry Birds Movie" (2016).