The Ochoa brothers Rick (age 24), Ryan (age 21), Robert (age 18), Raymond (age 15), first began their journey in the entertainment business through acting.

In addition to acting, the brothers created their own band, OCHOA BOYZ, which performs throughout the LA area. Their unique style is hip-hop, mixed with rap and dance. When they added dance, they got help from the best dance icon, Shane Sparks. The brothers also write their own music and have headlined in multiple venues, including traveling the states on “The Pop Explosion Tour.”

The Ochoa Boyz, (also known as “Boyz You Like”) will ride in the Saturday May 27th parade, be available for autograph signings after, and then their band will perform in the festival’s 550-seat amphitheater at 2:30 p.m. 

Ochoa Acting Careers

Ryan is best known for his series regular role as Lanny on Disney’s Pair of Kings. He just wrapped his role of Eli in the feature film, The Samuel Project, due out in 2018. He’s had recurring roles on iCarly and Mr. Young, as well a guest starred on Zeke & Luther and Hit The Floor. His lead or supporting roles in many feature films include A Christmas Carol, The Perfect Game, Mars Needs Moms, Del Playa, Mostly Ghostly: Have You Met My Ghoulfriend, and Another Day in ParadiseBodied and Adi Shankar’s Gods & Secrets will both be released this year. Next up, he will be appearing alongside his brothers in the feature film called Triumph.

Rick has had roles in the movies Made in California, Bloody Mary and The Sidelines. Robert performed in the movies Mars Needs Moms and with Will Smith in Seven Pounds. Raymond’s voice has been heard in many outstanding films including Mr. Peabody & Sherman, Independence Day: Resurgence, and The Good Dinosaur.