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'Even Stevens' Star -- Working for Santa ... No Elfing Way!!

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The guy who famously co-starred with Shia Labeouf in "Even Stevens" is sidekicking for someone else now ... Santa! Yes, Steven Lawrence -- best known as his character Beans from the Disney Channel show -- is working about 300 miles away from Hollywood ... posting up in Santa's workshop at the Sunvalley Mall in Concord, CA. Photos from mall goers posing with Lawrence -- who's now 25 -- have started popping up on social media lately. A Sunvalley Mall
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Beans From Even Stevens Is Working as Santa's Helper at a Mall and Fans Are Loving It

Beans From Even Stevens Is Working as Santa's Helper at a Mall and Fans Are Loving It
Ho ho ho, it's Beans! Steven Anthony Lawrence, who played Bernard "Beans" Aranguren on the Disney Channel series Even Stevens, has recently been working as Santa's Helper at the Sunvalley Shopping Center in Concord, California, about 30 miles northeast of San Francisco. Several shoppers have been posting about sightings of the 25-year-old actor over the past couple of weeks and several have shared photos. Even Stevens aired for three seasons and ended in 2003. Beans was the annoying, bacon-loving next-door neighbor of the Stevens family, which included main star and youngest sibling Louis, played by Shia Labeouf, and his older sister Ren, played...
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Guess Who!

Guess Who!
We bet you haven't seen this face in a while. Who's the pink eye-browed elf hawking phones for T-Mobile? It's Beans -- or rather Steven Anthony Lawrence -- from "Even Stevens," of course.

The child star who played the tiny troublemaker on the Disney show from 2001 to 2003 seems to be keeping the paychecks rolling in with his new holiday spot for the phone company. And we have a feeling that he's got to be earning a pretty penny in exchange for dyeing his eyebrows pink.

Check out Lawrence's holiday commercial gig below:

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