Jonathan Morgan Heit
|Jonathan Morgan Heit|
|Born||July 16, 2000|
Jonathan Morgan Heit (born July 16, 2000) is an American child actor known for his role in the Adam Sandler film, Bedtime Stories, where he played Patrick. He also directed and wrote a short film entitled It Happens, about a man who has a terrible day.
Heit is the son of Melissa Segal and Jay Heit. His professional acting debut was in 2006, when he appeared in the television series Close to Home and General Hospital. In 2007, he appeared in 2 more television shows, ER and the talk show The Showbiz Show with David Spade. Heit was one of the 2 child leads in the 2008 film Bedtime Stories. He also did voice over for Holly and Hal Moose: Our Uplifting Christmas Adventure and Santa Buddies. Recently, Heit has appeared in Valentine's Day and Date Night. Heit is the voice of Cubby in the television series Jake and the Never Land Pirates. He currently has a leading role in the TV series, Granite Flats.
|2006||Close to Home||Frankie Waters||TV series (Episode "Community")|
|General Hospital||Little Boy||TV soap opera (Episode #1.11201), Uncredited|
|2007||ER||Jessie||TV series (Episode "Dying Is Easy...")|
|The Showbiz Show with David Spade||Boy||TV talk show, American Idol Camp Skit|
|2008||Bedtime Stories||Patrick||Film debut|
|Holly and Hal Moose: Christmas Adventure||Weston the Elf||TV movie, Voice|
|2009||Monk||Billy Cooper||TV series (Episode "Mr. Monk's Favorite Show")|
|Santa Buddies: The Legend of Santa Paws||Mud Bud||Singing voice, Uncredited|
|How I Met Your Mother||Boy #1||TV series (Episode "Slapsgiving 2: Revenge of the Slap")|
|Date Night||Oliver Foster|
|The Search for Santa Paws||Jimmy|
|2011||Rules of Engagement||Leland||TV series (Episode "Uh-Oh It's Magic")|
|Wish Wizard||Larry the Leprechaun|
|Jake and the Never Land Pirates||Cubby||Voice|
|2013||Escape from Planet Earth||Kip Supernova||Voice|
|2013-present||Granite Flats||Arthur Milligan||TV series (main character)|
- "Movie Web Credits". Retrieved 27 February 2012.
- "TV GUIDE CREDITS". Retrieved 27 February 2012.
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