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As Mitch was interested in acting since he was child, he joined South West Academy of Dramatic Arts and began taking his formal acting lessons.
During that time, he also appeared in the music video "The Club". He starred the role of Maxxie Oliver in the drama series, Skins. Next year, he appeared in the TV series Britannia High where he was found portraying the role of Danny Miller.
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Tusks: The Orc Dating Sim focuses on a newly-formed family of gay orcs who are travelling from the annual orcish assembly to the Highlands of a semi-mythical Scotland!
For starring the role of Maxxie Oliver in the E4 teen drama series, Skins, he got his one and only nomination in Monte-Carlo TV Festival.
He was nominated in this award for Outstanding Actor - Drama Series.He is also one half of the duo, Superfruit, with bandmate, Mitch Grassi. Three out of the five Pentatonix members, Kirstin “Kirstie” Maldonado, Mitchell “Mitch” Grassi, and Scott Hoying are childhood friends who went to high school together.This duo have always made fans wonder if they are item. The trio performed a cover of Lady Gaga’s “Telephone” for a radio contest which let the winners meet the cast of Glee.Thank you @outmagazine for including us in your #OUT100 this year! ————– "Before 2017, Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying were best known as the cute gay members of the top-selling a cappella group Pentatonix.Now, after releasing a steady stream of peppy songs and videos as the spin-off act Superfruit, the singers and best friends have crafted a new musical identity.When a friend encouraged him to audition for NBC’s The Sing Off, he invited Maldonado and Grassi to audition with him.Before they could try out for The Sing Off, they needed to add a beatboxer and bass to their lineup.Both catch and buoyantly queer, tracks like “Imaginary Parties” and “Worth It (Perfect)” — both off their debut EP Future Friends—are the kind of uplifting tracks that could make struggling LGBTQ kids dance around their living rooms with hope.“We’ve really learned to own who we are and not be afraid of what others think,” Hoying says.The 26-year-old also has his own solo You Tube channel where he posts covers of popular songs and often features his fellow Pentatonix members.The baritone is also a talented songwriter and pianist.