His parents knew Devon had a gift at the age of six when he began doing impressions of Jim Carrey from Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994). His parents enrolled him in acting classes at Atlanta`s community children`s theater at the Talent Factory, where Devon excelled in the lead roles in such plays as "The Emperor`s New Clothes" and "Halloween at Boo Castle." After four years at the top of the Theater Factory, Devon appeared alongside Charles Barkley in a commercial for the NBA.
At the age of 10, Devon appeared in his first blockbuster, We Were Soldiers (2002), as Mel Gibson`s son.
In 2003, he had a main role as Max Korda in the TV movie Recipe for Disaster.
Werkheiser has requested that he be capable to co write the lyrics and music of every one of his tunes, and he’s been working with artists including Tim Myers, Wally Gagel, Eddie Galan, and Charlie Midnight to help compose his tunes.
He performed live shows with female vocalists Kristen Marie Hollyin and Britney Christian and strategies to really go on live tours following the release of the record.
In 2004, he was selected for the title role in the Nickelodeon TV sitcom “Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide”, which lasted until 2007, adding a considerable amount to his net worth.
In the same year that the TV sitcom was ended, Devon featured in the film “Christmas In Paradise”, and by the 2010s he had guest-starred in the TV series “American Dad! The new millennium didn’t change too much for Devon, as he continued to line up success after success, starring in such TV and film titles as “The Prankster” (2010) playing Brad Burris, “Never Fade Away” (2012) as Cassidy Warren, and “Zephyr Springs” (2013) portraying Brett, among others, all of which increased further his net worth.