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Eric Stonestreet

Eric Stonestreet at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles on January 23rd, 2010.
Born September 9, 1971 (1971-09-09) (age 38)
Kansas City, Kansas, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1999–present

Eric Stonestreet (born September 9, 1971) is an actor from Kansas best known for his starring role as Cameron Tucker on the ABC comedy Modern Family.

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Early life

Stonestreet graduated from Kansas State University in 1996 and spent two years doing plays and improv in Chicago, then moved to Los Angeles and began his professional acting career. He was also a member of Kansas State's Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity.[1]

Career

Stonestreet is also notable for his role as Ronnie Litre on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. He is currently cast as Cameron on Modern Family on ABC. He has also appeared on such television shows as Dharma & Greg, Malcolm in the Middle, Party of Five, Spin City, ER, The West Wing, Greg the Bunny, Providence, Close to Home, Crossing Jordan, Bones, Monk and NCIS. In 2008, he played a private security firm employee and killer in an episode of NCIS entitled "Silent Night".

His first major film role came in 2000 when he played Sheldon the desk clerk in Almost Famous. He has also played Dr. Benson in Girls Will Be Girls, Ed the Trucker in The Island, and Courtney's Neighbor in Ninja Cheerleaders.

In 2007, Stonestreet appeared in the short film "Vinny's Vault" which was produced during the reality show On the Lot.

In 2009, Stonestreet appeared on Nip/Tuck as an alleged murderer, of a young girl, who is sentenced to death.

Filmography

Film
Year Film Role Notes
2000 Almost Famous Sheldon the Desk Clerk
2003 F.A.T. Ranger
Girls Will Be Girls Dr. Benson
Street of Pain Floyd
2004 Straight-Jacket Labor Organizer
Knuckle Sandwich Bill
2005 Saddam 17 The Clerk
The Island Ed the Trucker
2006 13 Graves Andrew Schoch
2007 The Drifter Delivery Guy
Stories USA Floyd Segment "Street of Pain"
2008 Ninja Cheerleaders Beergut
American Crude Phil
2009 This Might Hurt Brad Maynard
2010 Father vs. Son Doug Complete
2012 Bad Teacher In Production
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1999 Dharma & Greg Chester 1 episode ("See Dharma Run")
2000 I've Got a Secret Himself 1 episode
Malcolm in the Middle Phil 1 episode ("Malcolm Babysits")
Party of Five Irv 2 episodes ("All's Well..." & "...That Ends Well")
Spin City The Photographer 1 episode ("Smile")
ER Willie 1 episode ("Mars Attacks")
2001 The West Wing Staffer #1 1 episode ("Bad Moon Rising")
2002 Greg the Bunny Wilson (uncredited) 1 episode ("Welcome to Sweetknuckle Junction")
Providence Ted Stout 1 episode ("Eye of the Storm")
2001-2005 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Ronnie Litre 13 episodes
2005 Close to Home Security Officer Andrew Morgan 1 episode ("Under Threat")
2007 Crossing Jordan Steve Anderman 1 episode ("D.O.A.")
Bones D.C. Cop 2 episodes {"Stargazer in a Puddle" & "The Boneless Bride in the River")
On the Lot Actor 2 episodes ("Auditions #1" & "Auditions #2")
American Dad! 1 episode ("Dope & Faith"), voice only
2008 The Mentalist Malcom Boatwright 1 episode ("Red Hair and Silver Tape")
Pushing Daisies Leo Burns 1 episode ("Comfort Food")
Navy NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service Harvey Ames 1 episode ("Silent Night")
2009 Monk Boom Boom 1 episode ("Mr. Monk and the UFO")
Nip/Tuck Wesley Clovis 1 episode ("Wesley Clovis")
Dancing with the Stars Himself Guest Appearance
2009 - Present Modern Family Cameron Tucker Main Cast

References

  1. ^ Tony Herrman (2004-10-18). "K-State alum brings acting tips to alma mater". Kansas State Collegian. http://collegian.ksu.edu/collegian/article.php?a=3323. Retrieved 2007-07-04. 

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