American actor Will Denton was born on February in 1990 who has appeared in guest spots for several shows. He lived in Brookfield, Connecticut, and has been studying at Brookfield High School. However, he is best known for his role in the NBC series Kidnapped. Even though the program was short-lived, Will rose to fame as Leopold Cain. His character is the moody and brilliant young scion of the wealthy Cain family. He is a quirky teenager whose innocence and curiosity made him the perfect target as a kidnapped victim.
Despite rising to fame in 2006, Will Denton made his foray into the entertainment industry three years earlier. In 2003, he got the part of Glenn on Ed. He was seen on the episode “Captain Lucidity” with stars Tom Cavanagh, Julie Bowen, Justin Long and Michael Ian Black. Denton’s next project became 2004’s Palindromes, a humorous adventure flick nominated at the Independent Spirit Awards. Also that year, the actor starred as a younger version of the title character in Kinsey. The controversial biopic enabled him to work with Liam Neeson, Laura Linney, Chris O’Donnell, Peter Sarsgaard, John Lithgow and Tim Curry. The following year, Denton landed a role in the comedy series Hope & Faith. He played the character Brent in the episode titled “The Gooch.”
In 2005, Will Denton did some voice work for the animated Disney and Pixar motion picture, Robots. He got the role of the young Rodney, and worked with actors such as Ewan McGregor, Robin Williams, Halle Berry, Amanda Bynes and Drew Carey. After his stint on Kidnapped, Will Denton got a role in Law & Order. He was cast as Jason Lortell in the episode “Angelgrove.” Continuing his career, he signed on to play Tommy in the 2008 horror movie Camp Hope. The film also stars his co-star in Kidnapped, Dana Delany.