I was on a huge noughties Disney show with an A-list star – and now I’ve quit fame for a completely different career | The Sun

ACTOR Moises Arias was only 12 years old when he shot to fame on the 00s hit show Hannah Montana.

The star – who is now 29-years-old – played cheeky Rico Suave alongside the likes of A-lister Miley Cyrus, Emily Osment and Mitchel Musso.

Moises appeared on Hannah Montana for a total of 70 episodes between series one and four.

It followed the life of a young girl called Miley Stewart (Miley Cyrus), who lived a double life of a singer called Hannah Montana.

The popular programme hit our screens in 2006 and fans were gutted when it came to an end in 2011.

Miley went on to focus on her very successful singing career, while Emily and Mitchel carried on with their acting.

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Moises  is now all grown up and has started working as a photographer alongside his acting duties.

His Instagram bio states: "Actor, Photographer, and creative Director."

He loves to share his work on Instagram.

Some of his best TV work includes Wizards of Waverly Place, The Suite Life on Deck, Phineas and Ferb and Love Bites.

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Film wise he's appeared in Astro Boy, Despicable Me 2, Five Feet Apart, Ende's Game and Monos.

Speaking with  Comic Book Movie, the star opened up about transitioning into more adult work.

He revealed: "I got off Hannah Montana when I was 16 and that's right in the pocket of whether you're going to school or not.

"I was stressed out about that and then Kings of Summer came at the right time when I was 18-years-old.”

He added: "I'm still figuring it out, I'm still getting experience.

“I think it's going to continue being a learning process and there are always changes that you'll have to adapt to as an actor."

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