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Born: July 29, 1972 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Burbank, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1979:
Began acting in commercials at age 7 (date approximate)
1981:
TV-movie acting debut, "A Long Way Home", as the youthful version of a character played as an adult by Timothy Hutton
1982:
Feature debut, provided the voice of Martin for the animated feature "The Secret of NIMH"
1982:
Debut as a TV series regular, "The Billy Crystal Comedy Hour"
1982:
First TV special, "The Shooting", an installment of "CBS Afternoon Playhouse"
1983:
Featured in "13 Thirteenth Avenue", a busted horror-comedy pilot about supernatural beings living together in NYC apartment house
1984:
First central role in a feature film, "The Buddy System"
1986:
Gained notice with a starring role in Rob Reiner's "Stand By Me"
1986:
Made guest appearance playing a fourteen-year-old pre-med student on the NBC series "St. Elsewhere"
1987:
Starred as Erich Weiss, "Young Harry Houdini", in a "Disney Sunday Movie"
1987:
Cast as Wesley Crusher, the precocious son of the ship's doctor, on the hit syndicated sci-fi sequel "Star Trek: The Next Generation"
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Status on "Star Trek: The Next Generation" changed from regular to recurring
1991:
Co-starred in "Toy Soldiers"
1996:
Played title role in film "Mr. Stitch" (filmed 1994-1995; released direct-to-video; also aired on the Sci-Fi Channel as an original movie)
1997:
Co-starred with Robin Williams in "Flubber"
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Was a writer and performer with the ACME Comedy Theatre in Los Angeles
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Reprised role of Wesley Crusher in "Star Trek: Nemesis" (lensed 2002)

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