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Also Known As: Ross Aaron Malinger Died:
Born: July 7, 1984 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Redwood City, California, USA Profession: actor, producer

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A precocious child performer, Ross Malinger appeared in numerous commercials, a handful of features, guest spots on several TV series--including a stint as a regular on the short-lived CBS sitcom "Good Advice" (1993-94)--and a TV-movie by the age of eight. He is perhaps best-known for portraying the matchmaking son of Tom Hanks in Nora Ephron's romantic comedy "Sleepless in Seattle" (1993). Other feature credits include "Kindergarten Cop" (1990), "Late for Dinner" (1991), "Bye Bye, Love" and "Sudden Death" (both 1995). Malinger was also a member of the class taught by "Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher" on that WB sitcom's first season (1996-97) before segueing to romancing Claudia Salinger (Lacey Chabert) in the Fox series "Party of Five" in 1998.

A precocious child performer, Ross Malinger appeared in numerous commercials, a handful of features, guest spots on several TV series--including a stint as a regular on the short-lived CBS sitcom "Good Advice" (1993-94)--and a TV-movie by the age of eight. He is perhaps best-known for portraying the matchmaking son of Tom Hanks in Nora Ephron's romantic comedy "Sleepless in Seattle" (1993). Other feature credits include "Kindergarten Cop" (1990), "Late for Dinner" (1991), "Bye Bye, Love" and "Sudden Death" (both 1995). Malinger was also a member of the class taught by "Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher" on that WB sitcom's first season (1996-97) before segueing to romancing Claudia Salinger (Lacey Chabert) in the Fox series "Party of Five" in 1998.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Personally Yours (2000) Derek Lovejoy
3.
 Club Vampire (1998)
4.
 Frog and Wombat (1998) Steve
5.
 Little Big Foot (1997)
6.
 Toothless (1997) Bobby Jameson
7.
8.
 Bye, Bye Love (1995) Ben
9.
 Sudden Death (1995) Tyler
10.
 Sleepless In Seattle (1993) Jonah Baldwin
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Milestones close milestones

1989:
Began appearing in commercials at age 4
1990:
TV debut with a guest spot on "Beverly Hills 90210"
1990:
Feature debut, Ivan Reitman's "Kindergarten Cop"
1991:
First substantial feature role, "Eve of Destruction"
1992:
TV-movie debut, "In Sickness and in Health" on CBS
1993:
First role as a TV series regular on the CBS sitcom "Good Advice" as the son of Shelly Long
:
Had recurring role on the CBS drama series "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman"
:
Cast as regular in the sitcom "Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher" (The WB)
1998:
Played recurring role of suitor to Lacey Chabert's Claudia on the Fox series "Party of Five"
1998:
Produced the 33-minute comedy thriller "18D"
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father:
Brian Malinger. Producer; former salesman.
mother:
Laura Malinger. Producer.
sister:
Ashley Malinger. Actor. Born in March 1986.
brother:
Tyler Cole Malinger. Actor. Born in January 1989.
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