While we're not saying Murray doesn't have an "it" factor, he just didn't sell it — at least, not how fans thought he would.
After departing , Murray said he aspired to follow in the footsteps of Brad Pitt and James Franco, telling Lindzi.com, "I think that to be in the 'it column,' you need to have that passion.
Others do and they have incredibly illustrious careers." Perhaps referencing his own career, Murray also noted, "Sometimes you get a large fan base from people saying, 'He's a good looking guy.'" Unfortunately, looks will only get you so far.
At some point within every teen actor's career, they become too old to be considered for their tried-and-true bread-and-butter roles.
Many young actors get stuck in the "teen" phase of their careers, finding it hard to come out from it (Think: Freddie Prinze Jr.).