Joey Pacheco is a Canadian citizen, who took an interest in acting at the age of 10. Even when Joey was just a little boy, he always loved entertaining his family and friends. Joey was first seen on the TV series "Hip Hop with Travis Lim", as a backup dancer in 2016. In 2017, he was cast as "Young Eric" in the LifetimeTV movie "Menendez: Blood Brothers". Joey's most recent role, was "Owen Kavinsky" (Peter's brother) in the Netflix movie "To All The Boy's I've Loved Before". By the age of 5, Joey started dancing, and performing in front of an audience at numerous dance competitions. After a few years of trying all styles, Joey found his passion for hip hop and tap. Joey has traveled all over the world with dance. Two of Joey's major awards have been, a Gold Medal in Ontario, at the "Canadian Hip Hop Championships", and a Silver Medal in Arizona, at "Hip Hop International Championships". He also represented Canada in 2017, for the Canadian Hip Hop Team in Denmark. Joey continues to train in scene study, audition technique, on camera technique, character development, hip hop, and tap.