Blake McIver Ewing
Blake McIver Ewing (born March 27, 1985), also known as Blake McIver and Blake Ewing, is an American singer-songwriter, actor, model and pianist. He was known for playing Michelle's friend, Derek, on the sitcom Full House. Ewing also portrayed the role of Waldo in the 1994 feature film version of The Little Rascals, and voiced Eugene on Hey Arnold! during its 5th season (replacing Benjamin Diskin, Jarrett Lennon and Christopher Castile). He is currently one of the hosts of the Bravo series The People's Couch.
Blake McIver Ewing
|Other names||Blake McIver, Blake Ewing|
|Occupation||Singer, actor, pianist|
Ewing co-wrote and performed the song "Along the River", the end credit song for the film End of the Spear. He has contributed his work to the It Gets Better Project, citing his own experiences as a gay teenager as his motivation. His debut album, The Time Manipulator, was released in May 2014. Throughout 2013 Ewing worked as a go-go dancer in Los Angeles. "The tips were good. In fact, I raised so much money, I was able to finish my record — mission accomplished." 
Blake released his equality anthem "This Is Who We Are" on July 14, 2015 and works as a host for AfterBuzz TV.
|1993||Calendar Girl||Six-year-old Ned|
|1994||The Little Rascals||Waldo Aloysius Johnston III|
|Tom and Huck||Taverner|
|Problem Child 3: Junior in Love||Corky McCallum|
|2000||The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea||Boy #1 (voice)|
|2002||Hey Arnold!: The Movie||Eugene Horowitz (voice)|
|2003||Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade||Additional voices|
|2004||Raising Helen||Church Choir|
|1992||Star Search||Himself||(one episode)|
|1992–1995||Full House||Derek S. Boyd||(nine episodes)|
|1993||The Nanny||Robbie||(one episode)|
|1993||Home Improvement||Choir Boy||(one episode)|
|1995–1996||Minor Adjustments||Duncan||(four episodes)|
|2000||The Drew Carey Show||Wolfgang||(one episode)|
|2001–2003||Hey Arnold!||Eugene Horowitz (voice)||(Season 5)|
|2014||The People's Couch||Himself||(eight episodes)|
- 2014 The Time Manipulator
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- "Teen Witch the Musical". Teen Witch the Musical. 2007-03-28. Archived from the original on 2012-05-28. Retrieved 2013-12-04.
- "Child Star Blake McIver Ewing: When Did He Get All Grown-Up (and Dashing)? | Out Magazine". Out.com. 2013-10-18. Retrieved 2013-12-04.
- Vultaggio, Maria (May 5, 2014). "Blake McIver Interview: Former Child Star Talks New Album 'The Time Manipulator'". International Business Times. Retrieved 2013-08-04.
- "Blake McIver Biography". BlakeMcIverOfficial.com. 2014. Retrieved 2013-08-04.