Here's What Mootai From 'The Even Stevens Movie' Is Up To Now

Hint: He's been Spider-Man and Green Lantern

While Louis Stevens (Shia LaBeouf) might've been the star of The Even Stevens Movie, we all know who the scene stealer was, and he went by the name Mootai.

Well, until he revealed he was only playing a part on a hidden reality series and then admitted to Ren Stevens (Christy Carlson Romano) his real name was Jason. Played by Josh Keaton, Jason/Mootai confessed his love to Ren, and that was that.

It'll be 13 years this June since The Even Stevens Movie debuted on Disney Channel. What's ol' Mootai been up to since then?

For starters, he married photographer Elizabeth Melendez on in 2009 and has a precious daughter named Lola.

And both are into LEGOs.

Because he's a voice actor for several LEGO video games and movies.

His credits include Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League - Cosmic Clash, Lego Marvel's Avengers, Lego Jurassic World, and LEGO DC Super Heroes: Justice League - Attack of the Legion of Doom!.

In fact, he's lent his voice to a TON of different projects over the years.

He was Peter Parker/Spider-Man on The Spectacular Spider-Man, various voices in the video games God of War II and God of War III, Hal Jordan/Green Lantern on Green Lantern: The Animated Series, and three different voices on Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!.

Not to mention he's done work on King of the Hill, Ben 10, Winx Club, and The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show.

Check out his IMDb page for the complete list, because it's seriously impressive.

I'd also like to point out Keaton was Young Hercules in Disney's 1997 animated version of Hercules.



He's also done on-camera, non-animated acting as well.

He's guest-starred on Bones and Scorpion and played God in the short Faithful.

Plus, he was Bryce on The Secret World of Alex Mack for several episodes.


The Secret World of Alex Mack

And because he's a jack of all trades, Keaton's also a talented singer.

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No Authority

In the '90s/'00s, he was in boy band No Authority (on the far right), along with Ric Felix, Eric Stretch, and Danny Zavatsky. Remember their song "Don't Stop"?!

He later went on to try his hand at the solo deal.

Unfortunately, he had some setbacks. According to his website, "He was signed with a solo deal to RCA records with an album written and produced by himself and some of the greatest names in music ... That record ... was eventually shelved with the restructuring of RCA in 2003."

Keaton's been producing music for various artists since 2005.

And thankfully, he still reflects on his DCOM performance.

That hair was killer, Josh. Don't lie.

But your hair is just as killer now, too.

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