Kendall Schmidt Biography
Kendall Schmidt born Kendall Francis Schmidt is an American music producer, singer, songwriter and actor. Schmidt played Kendall Knight in Big Time Rush, participated in a boy band with the same name and has had small roles on TV shows such as ER, Phil of the Future, Without a Trace, Ghost Whisperer, Gilmore Girls and Frasier.
Kendall Schmidt Age | How Old Is Kendall Schmidt
Born in Wichita, Kansas, United States, Kendall Francis Schmidt was born on November 2, 1990. He is 28 years old as odf 2018.
Kendall Schmidt Height
Schmidt stands at a height of 5 ft 11 in or 180 cm and weighs 77 kg or 170 lbs. His other body specifications like chest, arms or biceps, waist size are not known.
Kendall Schmidt Net Worth
Schmidt has an estimated net worth of $12 Million. His musical career is the primary source of his income including selling his albums and going to tours to promote his career.
Kendall Schmidt Wife | Married| Girlfriend
Schmidt is in a relationship with Micaela von Turkovich. The two started dating since 9th June 2015. Previously he had dated American Model Kayslee Collins from October 2009 to July 2010.
Kendall Schmidt Daughter
Kendall Schmidt and his exgirlfriend Alexis, have a daughter called Allysa Maslow . Oddly ebough, Schmidt never knew, neither did Allysa. Alexis got married a few years after Allysa was born. But not to Kendall, but to one of his bandmates James. They got married after Big Time Rush split. Kendall didnt go, in fact, never even talked to James after Big Time Rush split up. But what happens when Allysa sees her REAL father on TV? hmmmm and another thing, what will happen when Kendall and Alexis cross paths?!
Kendall Schmidt Family
Schmidt was born to Kathy and Kent Schmidt. He has two brothers, Kenneth Schmidt and Kevin Schmidt, which are actors. His family finally made the move from Kansas to California when he was ten years old.
Kendall Schmidt Early Career
Schmidt started his acting career when he was five years old, appearing in a Chex TV commercial. At the age of nine, Schmidt was one of two young actors who were hired to be Haley Joel Osment’s stand-in and body double (they shared the same agent) in the Steven Spielberg film, A.I. Artificial Intelligence.
Kendall Schmidt Big Time Rush
Schmidt landed recurring roles in 2001 on General Hospital, Raising Dad, Titus, Gilmore Girls and CSI: Miami. He guest-starred on a variety of TV shows, including ER, Frasier, MADtv and Phil of the Future. He also guest starred on Without a Trace and Ghost Whisperer. On the big screen, Schmidt has appeared in Minority Report and According to Spencer.
Schmidt was cast as the lead of the TV show Big Time Rush in 2009. He portrays a character like himself with the name of Kendall Knight, the calm and relaxed member of Big Time Rush. He was also a member of boy band Big Time Rush. Nickelodeon signed Big Time Rush and the debut album, titled BTR, was released on October 11, 2010 and debuted at number 3 on the Billboard 200.
Later was certified Gold for shipments of 500,000 copies in the U.S. It was announced in November 2010, that a Christmas special of Big Time Rush would debut later that month, and that a Christmas EP would be released to coincide with the episode.
They released the Holiday EP Holiday Bundle on November 30, 2010, with two songs: “Beautiful Christmas” and the cover of “All I Want for Christmas is You”, originally performed by Mariah Carey. “Boyfriend” was released on February 15, 2011, as the band’s first official single to mainstream US radio and peaked at number seventy-two on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming their most successful song to date.
Just after Nickelodeon renewed the series for a third season, Schmidt and the group announced they would be recording their second studio album. On November 21, 2011, their second album, Elevate, was released and debuted at number 12 on the Billboard 200, selling over 70,000 copies in its first week. Though for a lower peaking than their previous, the album sold more copies than the previous album.
On November 1, 2011, the first single, “Music Sounds Better with U”, was released. Schmidt announced that he would be starring in their full-length 2012 film, Big Time Movie. Nickelodeon renewed the Big Time Rush series for a 13-episode fourth season in 2013, production started on January 7. The third album, 24/Seven, was released on June 11, 2013 and led many critics to draw comparisons between the band’s third album and NSYNC’s third album Celebrity. In March, 2014, the band went on hiatus.
Kendall Schmidt Heffron Drive
Schmidt announced that he returned to the duo Heffron Drive, which he had before Big Time Rush. In March 2014, his first single with Heffron Drive, “Parallel,” was released through his very own record label TOLBooth Records. The band released a new song on January 14, 2017 and music video for their single Living Room. Their next release was on January 19, 2018 when they released a new song and music video titled Mad At The World. Their latest release is Separate Lives from their second album Separate Lives.
Kendall Schmidt Movies
According to Spencer
Big Time Movie
Janoskians: Untold and Untrue
Kendall Schmidt TV Shows
From 2001- 2004
- 2001 Raising Dad as Noah in Episode: “For Mature Audiences Only”
- 2001; 2002 Gilmore Girls as Peter in Episodes: “Nick & Nora/Sid & Nancy” and “Application Anxiety”
- 2002 Frasier as Young Frasier in Episode: “Rooms with a View”
- 2004 ER as Damian in Episode: “Shifts Happen”
- Phil of the Future as Jake in Episode: “Get Ready to Go-Go”
- CSI: Miami as Dominic Abeyta in Episodes: “Legal” and Hell Night”
- Ghost Whisperer as Jeff as Episode: “Slow Burn”
- Without a Trace as Shay Hanson in Episode: “True”
- Big Time Rush as Kendall Knight in a Main role
- Hand aufs Herz Himself in Episode: “August 11, 2011”
- How to Rock Himself in Episode: “How to Rock: An Election”
- Marvin Marvin Himself in Episode: “Big Time Marvin”
- Hell’s Kitchen Himself in Episode: “15 Chefs Compete”
- The Penguins of Madagascar as Beaver Kendall (voice) in Episode: “Tunnel of Love”
- School of Rock as Justin Cole in a Recurring role (season 1); guest (season 2)
Kendall Schmidt Songs
“Boneyard (Dick Tracy Theme)”
“Music Sounds Better with U”
Big Time Rush
“Love Me, Love Me”
“You’re Not Alone”
Big Time Rush
“Crazy for U”
“Love Me Again”
“Just Getting Started”
Writer, producer, executive producer
“One Way Ticket”
“Division of the Heart”
“Had to Be Panama”
“Art of Moving On”
“Could You Be Home”
“That’s What Makes You Mine”
“Everything Has Changed”
“3 2 1”
I’m Your Boy