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|Birth name||Thorsteinn Sindri Baldvinsson Blyden|
|Born||March 9, 1993|
|Occupations||Actor, rapper, singer, writer, record producer|
|Instruments||Bass, drums, guitar, synthesizer, sequencer, sampler, vocals|
Thorsteinn Sindri Baldvinsson Blyden, (born March 9, 1993) better known by his stage name Stony Blyden, is an Icelandic actor, rapper, singer, drummer and record producer.
Blyden was born in Reykjavík, Iceland. His father, Baldvin, is an Icelandic baker and his mother, Deborah, a Cuban fitness instructor. Blyden began drumming at an early age.
For his musical artist name, he chose Stony, which is a rough translation of the second part of his Icelandic name, Thorsteinn, "Thor stone." Using a camera he borrowed from his father he started filming him and his friends covering various songs. He then went on to upload his own drum covers to YouTube under the name Stony's World. He also created pop-inspired remixes of the Jake and Amir comedy web series produced by CollegeHumor, receiving millions of views on YouTube and a substantial number of purchases on ITunes. In a collaboration with Jake and Amir in 2019, Blyden stated that the proceeds from these remixes "got [him] through school" and that he continues to receive money from the songs to this day.As an actor, Blyden has appeared in the films The Standoff and Hope Springs Eternal , as well as the Hulu television series Casual . He stars in the 2017 Nickelodeon television series Hunter Street .
|2016||Casual||Cookie Guy||Episode: "Big Green Egg"|
|2017–19||Hunter Street||Max Hunter||Main role (33 episodes)|
|2018||Run for Your Life||Miles||Television film|
|2019||Bluff City Law||Emerson||Recurring role (10 episodes)|
|2022||How I Met Your Father||Jasper||8 episodes|
|2022||Big Shots||Jackson Hoover||5 episodes|
|2016||The Standoff||Klyde Kosar|
|2018||Hope Springs Eternal||Seth Grass|
|2020||Life in a Year||Kiran|
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