He's leaving his mark on history.

The dazzlingly brilliant Mr. Peabody -- who happens to be a dog -- and his adopted boy Sherman embark on a comical time travel adventure through the defining moments of world history. But even a transcendent genius like Peabody must grapple with the most daunting challenge of any era: figuring out how to be a parent.

  • 1 hr 32 minPG
  • Mar 7, 2014
  • Animation

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  • Ty Burrell

    Ty BurrellMr. Peabody

    Tyler Gerald Burrell was born on August 22, 1967 in Grants Pass, Oregon, where his family owned a business. He is the son of Sheri Rose (Hauck), a teacher, and Gary Gerald Burrell, a family therapist, and is primarily of English and German ancestry. He earned a BA from Southern Oregon University and attended The University of Oregon while working as a bartender; he finished his education at Penn State where he got an MFA. In his early career, Burrell appeared in the films Black Hawk Down (2001) and Dawn of the Dead (2004). He also appeared in a Broadway production of "Macbeth". After a few appearances on Law & Order (1990) Burrell starred in the comedy sitcoms Out of Practice (2005) and Back to You (2007), costarring Patricia Heaton and Kelsey Grammer. He also made film appearances in The Incredible Hulk (2008) and National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007). In 2009, Christopher Lloyd gave him the part of Phil Dunphy on the smash hit television series Modern Family (2009), which has gotten rave reviews, Emmys, and the #1 spot on television several times. Burrell has gotten five Emmy nominations and two wins for the popular role. Burrell's recent films roles include Mr. Peabody & Sherman (2014), Muppets Most Wanted (2014), Finding Dory (2016), and Rough Night (2017).
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  • Max Charles

    Max CharlesSherman

    At just 16 years of age, Max Charles is already an industry veteran, landing coveted roles on and off the big screen and working with some of Hollywood's most respected and acclaimed actors, writers and directors. Most recently, this charismatic and endearing young talent was nominated as "Best Young Actor on a Television Series" at The 2018 Saturn Awards for his role Zach Goodweather as on Guillermo del Toro's The Strain (2014) on FX. Max also stars in three animated series, lending his voice to 'Harvey Beaks' on the Nickelodeon hit animated series Harvey Beaks (2015), 'Kion' in Disney's The Lion Guard (2016), and 'Sherman' in the DreamWorks Animation / Netflix series The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show (2015). Max got his start in television at the age of six when he appeared in an episode of the hit HBO series True Blood (2008). He then went on to appear in many other popular TV shows such as Fox's Raising Hope (2010), TV Land's Hot in Cleveland (2010), NBC's Constantine (2014), the Emmy-nominated ABC sitcom, The Neighbors (2012) as series regular, Max Weaver and co-starred in the Hallmark Channel original holiday movie, Northpole (2014). Other notable TV credits include a recurring role on Disney's Lab Rats (2012), NBC's holiday special Elf: Buddy's Musical Christmas (2014) and Max continues to voice to various characters on Family Guy (1999), Adventure Time (2010), and American Dad! (2005). Max is no stranger to the big screen. In 2014, he had a supporting role in the Clint Eastwood directed movie, American Sniper (2014) opposite Bradley Cooper. Max also reprised his role of young Peter Parker in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014) starring Andrew Garfield. Max was also heard around the globe as the voice of the title character Sherman, in the hugely successful DreamWorks animated film Mr. Peabody & Sherman (2014). Some of his other feature films include, The Angry Birds Movie (2016), The Three Stooges (2012), Least Among Saints (2012), "White Space" and The Last Survivors (2014). Born and raised in Dayton, Ohio, along with his three elder brothers, Max now resides in Los Angeles. When not filming, Max is just like any young boy his age, spending time playing video games and basketball or skateboarding and riding his bike. On days off, Max can also be found hanging out with his dog, Pip, who shared the screen with him in Spooky Buddies (2011). During filming, Max fell so in love with the three-month-old beagle puppy that he decided to adopt him. Max is represented by CESD Talent Agency and Symington Talent Management.
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  • KARAN BRAR

    KARAN BRARMason

    Best known for his role as 'Ravi Ross' on Disney Channel's hit series "Jessie" and its spinoff, "Bunk'd," Karan Brar is taking Hollywood by storm and seeking to break cultural barriers in the entertainment industry. He stars in "Bunk'd" on Disney Channel and 2018 will be a major year for Karan as he breaks out of his Disney roles for some exciting new projects including the Legendary Entertainment/Universal Pictures film "Pacific Rim: Uprising" and the YouTube Red teen dramedy series, "Youth and Consequences." "Pacific Rim: Uprising" is a science-fiction monster film produced by Guillermo del Torro. The film is a sequel to the 2013 film "Pacific Rim" and also stars John Boyega, Scott Eastwood, and Jing Tian. Karan plays 'Suresh,' a new cadet for the Jaeger pilot program. To prepare for the role, Brar worked out with a personal trainer for several months both before and during shooting of the film, which included stunt and fight training as well as a monitored diet. The film is set to be released early 2018. Born and raised in Bothell, Washington, Karan pursued various sports to try to break out of his shell and find his 'niche'. He soon realized sports were not going to be his calling in life, and his father, who had done theater in India, suggested that he try acting. After a few workshops and acting classes, Karan discovered he was far more talented and comfortable on stage than he was on the field. So, at the age of eight, he signed with an agent and quickly booked his first commercial. Not long after, Karan's big break came when he landed the role of 'Chirag Gupta' in Twentieth Century Fox's hit trilogy based on the New York Times best-selling book series, "Diary of a Wimpy Kid." The films included: "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" [2010], "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules" [2011] and "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days" [2012]. However, it is Karan's role as 'Ravi' on "Jessie" that truly put Karan on the map. In "Jessie," Ravi was a recent immigrant to the United States who was struggling to adapt to his new surroundings, while still trying to hold on to his Indian culture and religious beliefs. Since then, Ravi has adjusted and come into his own, bringing his considerate and sometimes naïve but hilarious personality to life in "Bunk'd." With Karan's family originally being from Punjab, India, he understands the importance and responsibility of portraying the Disney Channel's first-ever series regular Indian character. Brar has helped the channel diversify culturally, while sharing his native Indian culture with its target audience of kids and families. On the other hand, as a first-generation Indian-American, Karan also feels strongly that it is his duty to show his fans and the entertainment industry that he is more than the cliché "Indian character," and he has something much greater to offer. Karan has several other projects under his belt as well, including NBC's "The Night Shift" where he played a young Afghan drug dealer, the Disney Channel Original Movie, "Invisible Sister" and guest-star appearances on several Disney Channel shows. Brar also voiced the character of 'Mason' in Twentieth Century Fox's "Mr. Peabody & Sherman" and 'Prince Zandar' in Disney's "Sophia the First." When he is not busy lighting up the big or small screens, Karan enjoys quality time with his friends doing anything that can get them outdoors, from beach trips to hiking and travel adventures. He also spends time working on his photography and videography techniques. Karan enjoys playing video games and discovering new music as well. His philanthropic efforts include lending his voice as a celebrity ambassador for Thirst Project, the world's largest youth water organization whose goal is to build a socially-conscious generation that will end the global water crisis. Brar also has a passion for helping those affected by or who have loved ones affected by mental illness. He hopes to help remove the stigma around the topic and let others know it is something that is okay to discuss. Karan currently resides in Los Angeles.
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    PATRICE A. MUSICKActor

  • ZACH CALLISON

    ZACH CALLISONKing Tut

    Zach began acting at the age of seven. He was cast as Winthrop in The Music Man. Zach liked the fact that the lisp he had to use allowed him to spit without getting in trouble. Zach was cast in his first feature film role in "Kingshighway" 2007. He has an older brother Wes and older sister Andrea.
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    GUILLAUME ARETOSRobespierre

    GUILLAUME ARETOS is a Production Designer, he won the Annie Award for Best Production Design for his work on the Oscar Winning animated feature "Shrek" (2001). He has been nominated for three V.E.S. Awards for the "Shrek series films" (2001-2010) and "Puss in Boots" (2011). He has also voiced several characters in animated features, coming from a background of acting in France. Aretos came from France to join DreamWorks in 1996 as a visual development artist on the animated hit "Antz" (1998), which marked the first collaboration between PDI and DreamWorks to produce the second ever computer generated animated feature film. Aretos then took on the Art Direction of Shrek between 1998 and 2001, and was the Production Designer for "Shrek 2" (2004), "Shrek The Third" (2007) and "Puss in Boots" (2011). He also worked on the Visual Development for the films "The Croods" (2008), "MegaMind" (2010) and "Truckers" (2012). Before his career as a filmmaker, Aretos created a successful collection of Books as an author and illustrator published by Albin Michel/Glenat: "Le Livre Secret des Fourmis", "Le Livre Secret des Sorcieres", "Le Livre Secret des Extra-Terrestres", "Le Livre Secret de L'Au-dela". He also exhibited his paintings in galleries in Europe. A graduate "Cum Laude" of L'Ecole Superieure des Beaux Arts de Paris in Fine Arts, Aretos conjointly studied Industrial and Product Design at L'Ecole Nationale Superieure de Creation Industrielle. As a child actor, Aretos, lead a professional career in France, where he played in movies, television and stage theatre. He plays the character of Jack Tripper in the French version of "Three's Company".
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