Josh Zuckerman (actor)

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Josh Zuckerman
Born Joshua Ryan Zuckerman
(1985-04-01) April 1, 1985 (age 29)
Los Alamitos, California, United States
Alma mater Princeton University
Occupation Actor
Years active 1999–present

Joshua Ryan "Josh" Zuckerman (born April 1, 1985) is an American actor.[1][2]

He is perhaps best known for playing Mark Cullin in the science fiction TV series Kyle XY and Eddie Orlofsky in Desperate Housewives.

He also played Max Miller in the CW drama 90210.[citation needed]

Life and career[edit]

Zuckerman was born and raised in Los Altos, California, where he attended Bullis-Purisima Elementary School. He moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career after finishing the seventh grade at Egan Junior High School, where he had been elected student body president.[citation needed]

He also attended The Buckley School in Sherman Oaks, California and as of 2003 was attending Princeton University where he was a member of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. Born into a family of five children, he began formally acting at the age of ten, with a series of roles at the nearby Los Alamitos Playhouse.[citation needed]

Zuckerman made his professional on-camera debut in 2000 opposite Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Drew Carey in the Disney Channel's musical fantasy Geppetto,[citation needed] then enjoyed guest roles on the hit series NYPD Blue and Once and Again. Zuckerman's assignments continued during his enrollment as a student at Princeton University, though over time he began to increasingly emphasize big-screen work, notably with supporting roles in the Ben Affleck, James Gandolfini holiday comedy Surviving Christmas (2004)[citation needed] and the Evan Rachel Wood dark comedy Pretty Persuasion (2005). In 2008, Zuckerman appeared in a multi-episode arc, as Mark, on the ABC Family series Kyle XY. Later that year, Zuckerman signed for one of his first starring roles, as a teen who ventures out on a cross-country road trip, along with two friends, to meet a girl he's been chatting with online and lose his virginity to her, in the teen-oriented sex comedy-road movie Sex Drive.[citation needed]

He played Eddie Orlofsky, "the Fairview strangler" on Desperate Housewives. Zuckerman had a recurring role in the CW series 90210 as Naomi's love interest, Max Miller.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Film and Television
Year Film Role Notes
2000 Get Real Young Andy Episode The Distance
Once and Again Toby Porter Episodes Sneaky Feelings and Cat-in-Hat
Geppetto Featured TV movie
Return to the Secret Garden Timothie
That's Life Eric Feinstein Episode The Tutor
The Amanda Show Episode Mammal-O's
The View from the Swing Ben
2001 The Myersons Murphy Myerson
Bette Tim Episode The Invisible Mom
Jack & Jill Adam Fickman Episode Battle of the Bahamas
The West Wing Boy #1 - Billy Fernandez Episode Isaac and Ishmael
The Ellen Show Timmy Episode Cathy's Taffy
The Nightmare Room Jeremy Clark Episode Four Eyes
'Twas the Night Danny Wrigley
Judging Amy Rob Bird Episode Beating the Bounds
2002 NYPD Blue James 'Swirly' Kilik Episodes Oh, Mama! and A Little Dad'll Do Ya
Lather. Rinse. Repeat Timmy (little boy) Short
I Was a Teenage Faust[2] Brendan Willy
Austin Powers in Goldmember Young Dr. Evil
2004 Surviving Christmas Brian Valco
2005 Pretty Persuasion Josh Horowitz
House Keen Student Episode Three Stories
Feast Hot Wheels
2006 The Hottest State Decker
Standoff Cary Steckler Episode Peer Group
2007 Close to Home Ben Murphy Episode Maternal Instinct
CSI: Miami Leo Donwell Episodes Internal Affairs, Broken Home and Bloodline
Boston Legal Michael Scanlon Episode Trial of the Century
Lions for Lambs Student
2008 Sex Drive Ian Lafferty
2008–2009 Kyle XY Mark Cullin 13 episodes
2009 Ceremonies of the Horsemen Zerach Short
2009–2010 Desperate Housewives Eddie Orlofsky 11 episodes
2010 Ivan's House Short
2010-2013 90210 Max Miller 33 episodes
2011 2ND Take Ethan
Mr. Sunshine Jimmy Lincon Episode Lingerie Football
The Protector Josh Taylor Episode Wings
2012 Breakout Kings Rodney Cain Episode Ain't Love (50) Grand?
2013 Field of Lost Shoes Film, filming

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Josh Zuckerman". The New York Times. 
  2. ^ a b "I Was a Teenage Faust". The New York Times. 
  3. ^ Phong, Lee (2011-02-15). "90210 "Revenge with the Nerd" - Season 3 Episode 15". Tv-shows-one.blogspot.com. Retrieved 2012-12-24. 

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