Actor and actuality star who have made a name for himself starring within the MTV series Laguna Seaside, a spin-off from the Hillsides. He debuted on Laguna Seaside in 2004 and would later on make his performing debut in 2006 in Driftwood. Pursuing his reality profession, he made an appearance in movies like American SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, Senior Skip Day time, and The Getting rid of Jar. His parents are Roger Torriero and Charlene Chapman. He includes a brother called Lorenzo. He and his wife Danielle had been wedded in 2014. In Laguna Seaside, he starred opposing Kristin Cavallari.
|1||Lives in Los Angeles, California [November 2005]|
|2||A senior In Laguna Beach High School. [November 2004]|
|3||Parents are Roger Torriero and Charlene Chapman. Has a younger brother named Lorenzo.|
|4||Has signed on a major record label but had not said which one as of the end of 2005.|
|5||Writes and sings music|
|6||Called off his engagement to Kimberly Stewart [November 27, 2005].|
|7||Engaged to Kimberly Stewart [November 16, 2005].|
|8||Talan and Kristin Cavallari were juniors in high school while filming Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County (2004).|
|9||Enjoys playing golf with friends.|
|12||Is a surf champ.|
|Action News 5||2011||Ian|
|The Killing Jar||2010||Billy|
|The Assistants||2009||TV Series||Ben|
|American High School||2009||Video||Holden Adams|
|Hangar No. 5||2008||Short||Shay|
|Senior Skip Day||2008||Video||Scott|
|Bar Starz||2008||Lenny Botz|
|Fat Kid Rules the World||2012||producer|
|Through the Gauntlet: Inside the Walls of 'Driftwood'||2007||Video short||Himself|
|Doing Time on the Set of Driftwood||2006||Video||Himself|
|Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List||2006||TV Series||Himself|
|Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County||2004-2005||TV Series||Himself|
|The Drop||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|The Hills||2007||TV Series||Himself|
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