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Alex D. Linz
Born Alexander David Linz
January 3, 1989 (1989-01-03) (age 21)
Santa Barbara, California, U.S.
Other name(s) Alex Linz
Occupation Actor
Years active 1995–present

Alexander David Linz (born January 3, 1989) is an American actor who starred in several late 1990s and early 2000s films and television programs as a child actor. His notable film roles include Home Alone 3 (1997) and Max Keeble's Big Move (2001).


Personal life

Linz was born in Santa Barbara, California, the son of Deborah Baltaxe, an attorney, and Dr. Daniel Linz, a professor of psychology at University of California, Santa Barbara.[1] His parents are now divorced, and he lives with his mother. He has a younger sister named Lily Alice. Linz is Jewish.[2] He attended Alexander Hamilton High School in Los Angeles and is attending college at University of California, Berkeley.


Linz made his acting debut in 1995 on an episode of the television series Cybill. He subsequently appeared in several television productions, played Phillip Chancellor IV on the soap opera The Young and the Restless in 1995 for a short period of time, and was cast as the son of Michelle Pfeiffer's character in the 1996 film, One Fine Day. In 1997, Linz replaced Macaulay Culkin as the lead actor in Home Alone 3, and voiced a young Tarzan in the 1999 animated film version.

Linz had several starring roles in 2000s films aimed at younger audiences, including the 2001 comedy Max Keeble's Big Move, in which he played the title role, 2002's Race to Space, which received a minor theatrical release, and 2003's Hanukkah-themed made-for-television Disney Channel film Full-Court Miracle, in which he played the lead player in a Jewish school's basketball team. He was also, briefly, the voice of Arnold in the popular Nickelodeon cartoon Hey Arnold! for the last two episodes, entitled "April Fools' Day" and "The Journal".

Linz appeared in the comedy The Amateurs, starring Jeff Bridges. The film was made in 2005. His most recent credit is in the 2007 drama Choose Connor, starring Steven Weber. He is often confused with former child actor Justin Cooper.


Year Title Role Notes
1995 Cybill Jason Episode: "The Replacements"
Vanished Teddy Television movie
Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman Jesse Stipanovic Episode: "Chip Off the Old Clark"
Step by Step Howie Episode: "The Flight Before Christmas"
The Young and the Restless Phillip Chancellor IV
1996 One Fine Day Sammy Parker
1997 Home Alone 3 Alex Pruitt
1999 Tarzan Young Tarzan singing voice role
My Brother the Pig Freud
2000 Bounce Scott Janello
Titan A.E. Young Cale voice role
Bruno Bruno Battaglia released to DVD as "The Dress Code"
2001 The Jennie Project Andrew Archibald
Max Keeble's Big Move Max Keeble
2002 Red Dragon Young Francis Dolarhyde voice role
Hey Arnold! Arnold Episode: "April Fool's Day"
Episode: "The Journal"
Race to Space Billy von Huber
2003 Full Court Miracle Alex Schlotsky Disney Channel Original Movie
2005 The Amateurs Billy a.k.a. The Moguls
2007 Order Up Busboy
2007 Choose Connor Owen Norris


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Honorary titles
Preceded by
Casper Van Dien
Actors to portray Tarzan
Succeeded by
Michael T. Weiss


Up to date as of January 14, 2010

From Wikiquote

Alex D. Linz (born 3 January 1989) is an American actor.



Article in November 20, 2003

  • During one scene, I had to do a shooting drill. He put a psychological spin on it.
    • Of Lamont Carr, who was basketball coach for the film "Full-Court Miracle".
  • I was brought up in a very logical place," said Linz, who had his bar mitzvah at Wilshire Boulevard Temple. "But I think they would [happen].
    • His attitude to miracles


  • Acting is a lot of fun, it's like Halloween every day. You get a costume, a new face, a new identity but at the same time, you've got to be yourself. If you're putting on a fake personality, there's no way you're going to be able to keep up both that personality and also play the role you're supposed to play. You have to be comfortable with yourself.
  • Acting is a lot like pie, it's like eating pie.

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