It didn't take Albert Tsai long to figure out what he wanted to do with his life. Tsai, a native of California (born in August of 2004) first caught the performing bug at the age of seven, when he began performing in choral concerts and piano recitals. It would only be one year later when Tsai would begin to take his craft to a professional level, first appearing in a production of "The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley Junior," then by taking acting lessons. At the Los Angeles International Presentation of Performers (iPOP!) convention, Tsai garnered the 2012 Child Actor of the Year award. At that convention, he caught the eye of a Disney executive, Tina Treadwell, who went on to become his manager. The relationship led to Tsai's television debut, playing laser tag with Neil Patrick Harris on a 2013 episode of "How I Met Your Mother" (CBS 2005-2014). That was just the beginning for Tsai, however, as he later landed his breakout role of adopted son Bert on the family sitcom "Trophy Wife" (ABC 2013-14). Tsai's comic performance was widely acclaimed even by critics who found the show itself somewhat lacking.