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Jonah Meyerson
Born September 20, 1991[1]
New York City, New York

Jonah Meyerson (born September 20, 1991) is an American actor. He has worked with actors such as Gene Hackman, Pierce Brosnan, Robin Williams, Ben Stiller, Dermot Mulroney, Alison Pill, and Aidan Quinn. He was born in New York City, where he currently lives. He is a graduate of the prestigious Stuyvesant High School,[2] and is now attending the University of Pennsylvania as a member of the class of 2013. He is a cast member of Penn's Mask and Wig Club, the nation's oldest collegiate all-male musical comedy troupe.[3]


Meyerson made his acting debut in Wes Anderson's 2001 award-winning film The Royal Tenenbaums. He played Uzi, the red-suited older son of Chas, played by Ben Stiller, and the grandson of characters played by Gene Hackman and Anjelica Huston. Meyerson was nominated for a Young Artists' award for his work on that film. He also starred in Griffin and Phoenix, a new movie shown on the Lifetime channel and released on DVD. His work on that film earned him a Young Artist Award nomination, his second. In 2005, he was in the movies Little Manhattan and The Matador, and in 2004, David Duchovny's House of D. Playing computer genius Yoda who helps Alison Pill's character in Book of Daniel (2006), Jonah was set to appear in eight episodes, but was only in one as a major guest star before the series was cancelled.

He is represented by Abrams Artists Agency and Kipperman Management, both in New York City.

References

  1. ^ Jonah Meyerson - Bio & Credits - RopeofSilicon.com
  2. ^ Che, Jenny (2008-05-15). "A Supercalafradgelistic Show". New York: The Spectator. http://stuyspectator.com/2008/05/15/a-supercalafradgelistic-show/. Retrieved 2008-07-26.  
  3. ^ http://www.maskandwig.org/ The Mask and Wig Club Troupe 2009-2010

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