Ethan Embry, born Ethan Randall on June 13, 1978, is already a veteran of the acting world. Before he started acting in movies, Ethan appeared in more than 100 TV and Radio commercials. In 1991, at the age of thirteen, he appeared in three films and has continued acting ever since. On average, Ethan released or filmed at least 2 films per year, which continued up until 1999, when he filmed about 5 films, but only 2 of these have been released.
Ethan spent most of his childhood in Southern California, growing up with his older brother, Aaron (said to be one of the best musicians in LA), and his little sister, Kessia. In 1998, he bought a home of his own.
In the Fall of 1999, Ethan co-starred as Sebastian in the short-lived CBS sitcom "Work with Me" (1999). Sadly, due to lack of ratings, the show ended after only four episodes. 1999, however, did bring a happy event, Ethan's then-wife, Amelinda Smith, gave birth to their first child, whom they named Cogeian, after the Latin word "cogeo," which means "to think over."
In the fall of 2000, Ethan starred as Derek Barnes in "FreakyLinks" (2000) on Fox. Thirteen episodes were shot, but the series was soon canceled after its debut. Later success include a role as detective Frank Smith on Dick Wolf's remake of the classic series "Dragnet" (2003), a part in the recent cult classic Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004), and a guest-starring role on the series "Numb3rs" (2005).… Expand
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|The Reunion||Oct 21, 2011||Leo Cleary||4.4|
|Eagle Eye||Sep 26, 2008||Agent Toby Grant||7.0|
|Vacancy||Apr 20, 2007||Mechanic||8.0|
|Standing Still||Apr 21, 2006||Donovan||8.0|
|Pizza||Jan 20, 2006||Matt Firenze||8.5|
|Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle||Jul 30, 2004||Billy Carver||8.1|
|Timeline||Nov 26, 2003||Josh Stern||4.2|
|Rennie's Landing||Oct 3, 2003||Trevor Logan||8.5|
|They||Nov 27, 2002||Sam Burnside||4.8|
|Sweet Home Alabama||Sep 27, 2002||Bobby Ray||7.1|
|Can't Hardly Wait||Jun 12, 1998||Preston||8.0|
|Vegas Vacation||Feb 14, 1997||Russell 'Rusty' Griswold||6.5|
|That Thing You Do!||Oct 4, 1996||T. B. Player||8.0|
|White Squall||Feb 2, 1996||Tracy Lapchick||6.8|
|Empire Records||Sep 22, 1995||Mark||6.5|