Bo Mitchell was only nine months old when he got his first job for a JC Penny print ad. The opportunity led him to a long series of print and commercial work with companies like Landrover and Nikon before starting to work in TV and Film at the age of five. Bo quickly became one of the Carolina's most famous local performers, and while he still resides in Aiken, South Carolina with his family, he spends most his time traveling the east and west coasts for work.
Bo appeared in the 2007 ABC series October Road in the role of "Doodie", the Simon Cowell show, Little Big Shots, and Fridays on Cartoon Network. Bo also has a role in the feature film Bolden! playing the role of "One-Eye".
Bo’s most recent TV series is HBO's EastBound and Down where he shares the screen with a colorful cast of comedic actors including Danny McBride and Will Ferrell.
Off camera and behind the scenes, Bo owns a business that he started at the age of seven called Hollywoods Tropical Sno which features over 100 flavors of the finest shaved ice in the south. He owns the copyright to all of his own logos and jingles and employs about fifteen teenagers every summer. Bo and his father, Bryan Chavis, also own a
motorcycle shop and car business called Hollywood Cycles where they buy old cycles and cars and restore them for resale. The business employs both his parents full time, which he proudly explained on national television when he appeared on the business show FOX News with Neil Kuvado's in 2007.