Ridge Canipe

Ridge Canipe (born July 13, 1994) is an American actor. Ridge is best known for his roles in Walk the Line (in which he played Johnny Cash as a boy), the thriller Baby Blues in 2008 and the 2005 version of Bad News Bears. He also co-starred in the 231st presentation of the Hallmark Hall of Fame production Pictures of Hollis Woods which aired on CBS in December 2007. He helped Walk the Line castmate and friend Hailey Anne Nelson, write and issue a vegan cookbook for children by PETA.

Ridge Canipe
Born (1994-07-13) July 13, 1994
Years active2003–2014

He has also appeared in a couple of episodes of Desperate Housewives, as Danny Farrell, the paper boy of Wisteria Lane. Other appearances in television shows include guest roles in Angel, Cold Case, CSI and Drake & Josh. He has also appeared as young Dean Winchester in the CW TV series Supernatural.


Year Title Role Notes
2005 Bad News Bears Toby Whitewood
2005 Walk the Line Young J.R. Cash
2006 Danika Brian Merrick
2006 Zoom Mean Bully
2006 The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause Elf #2
2007 Music Within Young Richard
2008 Baby Blues Jimmy Video
2008 The Express: The Ernie Davis Story Gang Leader
2009 Tom Cool Tom (age 8)
2009 Life Is Hot in Cracktown Willy
2009 A Single Man Young Boy
2011 A Warrior's Heart Keegan Sullivan
2013 All American Christmas Carol Stagehand
2014 The Sons of Summer Completed
Year Title Role Notes
2003 Lucky Young Michael Episode: "Leaving Las Vegas"
2004 Cold Case Tim Barnes (1980) Episode: "Glued"
2004 Angel Tommy Episode: "Smile Time"
2004 The District Little Jack Mannion Episode: "On Guard"
2005 Desperate Housewives Danny Farrell Episode: "You Could Drive a Person Crazy"
2006 Drake & Josh Neil Episode: "Megan's New Teacher"
2006 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Lucas Hanson Episode: "Burn Out"
2006 Supernatural Young Dean Winchester Episode: "Something Wicked"
2007 Supernatural Young Dean Winchester Episode: "A Very Supernatural Christmas"
2007 Pictures of Hollis Woods Steven Regan TV movie
2007 Desperate Housewives Danny Farrell Episode: "Getting Married Today"
2009 Outnumbered Kyle Embry TV pilot


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