Lane Caudell's footsteps with the gay subtext Max is Missing (1995). On vacation in Peru, Max (Toran) encounters a dying man, who gives him an ancient Incan mask. It doesn't have magic powers, but does send him on a wild flight through the wilderness, chased by the bad guys, accompanied by the Quechua boy Juanito (Victor Rojas).
Between 1997 and 2001, he had a recurring role on Seventh Heaven, the preachy, heterosexist "family" drama about a minister with a large brood of hetero-horny kids. Goth kid Rod (Toran) enters the series by dating daughter Lucy, naturally, but he ends up running away from home and butting heads with his mother's psychotic boyfriend.
Today he is a song writer and music producer. He composed music for The Osbournes and My Super Sweet Sixteen. Still androgynous though no longer blond, he has made no public statements about his sexual identity.