Ike Eisenmann

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Ike Eisenmann
Born Ike Keith Eisenmann
(1962-07-21) July 21, 1962 (age 51)
Houston, Texas, U.S.
Occupation Actor, voice actor, producer, sound effects specialist
Years active 1972—present
Website
http://www.tuffnet.co.uk/ike/

Ike Eisenmann (born July 21, 1962) is an American actor, voice actor, producer, and sound-effects specialist who has been active in the entertainment industry since he was a preteen.

Early life and career[edit]

Eisenmann was born Ike Keith Eisenmann in Houston, Texas, the son of Ruth Ann (née Gumney) and Albert Able Eisenmann, who was also an actor, well known in Houston as KTRK channel 13's children's show host "Cadet Don". He first came to prominence opposite Kim Richards as Tony Malone in Walt Disney Productions film Escape to Witch Mountain and its sequel Return from Witch Mountain. He also appeared as engineering cadet Peter Preston in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. In 1983 he played the part of Paul in the critically acclaimed movie Cross Creek. The 2009 remake film, Race to Witch Mountain, featured Ike in a cameo along with his original co-star, Kim Richards.

Television appearances consisted of roles in CHiPs, The Fantastic Journey, T.J. Hooker, Wonder Woman and several episodes of Gunsmoke and several appearances on the ABC Afterschool Specials. Eisenmann also starred in the made-for-television 1982 movie Dreams Don't Die as New York subway graffiti artist Danny Baker trying to publish his art professionally. Though not a critical success, the film enjoyed cult status during late night rebroadcasts.

He also appeared in the 1978 mini-series Centennial as the young Jake Lloyd. Eisenmann appeared in Disney's Tom and Huck as a townsperson.

Current work[edit]

In recent years, Eisenmann's career has been in post-production. He appeared in the spoof The Blair Witch Mountain Project.

In 2009, Eisenmann appeared in Race to Witch Mountain.[1] Kim Richards and Eisenmann appear together (in the same scene) as a waitress and a sheriff, respectively.[1]

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