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Batalon was born in Honolulu , Hawaii , to Filipino parents. Anthony's School, he went to Damien Memorial School , then Batalon attended Kapi'olani Community College to study music theory , but later dropped out. Batalon made his acting debut in , when he made an appearance in the film North Woods. In , Batalon played one of the bodies inhabited by spirit A in young-adult film Every Day. Batalon has seven half-siblings : a brother and a sister from his mother, and three brothers and two sisters from his father.
Birthday: Jun 06, Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii to Filipino parents, Batalon never intended on becoming an actor as a young boy. He was drawn to performance, however, and after high school enrolled in a local community college in Hawaii to study music theory. Batalon's interest in the subject was fleeting, however, and he soon dropped out. Wanting to pursue a new subject in the performing arts, but unsure of which one, Batalon soon discovered a two-year acting program at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. He applied to the program on a whim and was flabbergasted when he received word that he had been accepted. Batalon quickly packed his bags and moved to New York City, where it took him no time at all to fall in love with acting.
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