Milo Manheim Made A Special Appearance On The Jimmy Kimmel Show “Generation Gap”

Milo Manheim

Jimmy Kimmel’s new game show Generation Gap, hosted by popular late-night TV personality Jimmy Kimmel, will premiere another intriguing episode on Thursday, July 14, 2022, at 9.00 p.m. ET on ABC. The series is a breath of new air for viewers since it matches children against the elderly in a friendly competition to determine how much one age knows about the other.

Milo Manheim, an American actor, made a guest appearance on the program in this week’s episode. Contestants were provided with questions to help them figure out who he was. Generation Gap, presented by Kelly Ripa of All My Children, has two teams of family members from two distinct generations. Contestants must answer pop culture questions concerning their respective generations.


Milo Manheim, a Generation Gap guest, discusses his career in the entertainment sector so far.

Milo Manheim is a well-known American actor who played Zed in the 2018 Disney Channel original film Zombies and its 2020 sequel. He also finished second in Season 27 of ABC’s Dancing With The Stars. Manheim was born on March 6, 2001, in Los Angeles, California, and grew up there. He started his acting career at the age of seven in a local after-school program in Culver City and went on to participate in 15 musicals with Liza Monjauze Productions.

Amber Horn, a casting director, noticed Manheim after his performance in the musical Rent. He was then called in for an audition for Zombies. He was cast as the lead, and the film debuted on Disney Channel in February 2018. The third edition of the film series, named Zombies 3, will release on Disney+ on Friday, July 15. Because he is the son of Emmy and Golden Globe winner Camryn Manheim, the 21-year-old actor spends a lot of time on set. This incident sparked his interest in the trade at a young age.

Milo Manheim

Manheim continued his passion for musicals by performing in the original musical Generation Me at New York City’s Hudson Theatre and Playwright Horizons. In addition, the actor has performed community service. Following his appearance on Zombies, he became a champion for adolescent suicide prevention. He has also volunteered for several community organizations such as Poker for Puppies, Buy Life, and Bread & Roses Restaurant. Manheim donated money generated from a lemonade sale to the Obama campaign in 2008. He was even invited to the inauguration in Washington, D.C. The actor has also worked with Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s Waterkeeper Alliance.

Manheim will co-star with Peyton Elizabeth Lee in the Disney+ film Prom Pact, which will be released in the spring of 2023. Filming for the same started in March 2022. The actor enjoys music and can play a number of instruments such as the guitar, piano, drums, and ukulele. He has 1.6 million Instagram followers and routinely gives updates on his films and musicals.

What happened on Episode 2 of Generation Gap Season 1?

Following a heartwarming season premiere, Kelly Ripa hosted the second episode, which featured a new set of teams and eccentric family members. Generation Gap Episode 2, titled All About The Booty, has the following official synopsis:

“Host Kelly Ripa attempts to hold it together throughout the comedic quiz game show that will have your sides hurting with laughter; and Milo Manheim makes a special surprise cameo during the “Who Am I” challenge.”

Milo Manheim

The episode featured Daniel and Olivia, as well as Joe and JJ. They were quizzed on a variety of themes, ranging from song lyrics to ancient artifacts. Joe and JJ took home $13,000 for winning the episode.

MGM Television, Kimmelot, and Milojo are the producers of Generation Gap. The show’s executive producers are Mark Burnett, Jimmy Kimmel, Barry Poznick, Kelly Ripa, Mark Consuelos, Albert Bianchini, Alycia Rossiter, and Jonathan Kimmel. On Thursday, July 21, 2022, at 9.00 p.m. ET on ABC, there will be an all-new episode of Generation Gap.