Paul Butcher (actor)

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Paul Butcher
Born Paul Matthew Hawke Butcher, Jr.[1]
(1994-02-14) February 14, 1994 (age 20)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1998, 2002–2010, 2013-present
Religion Christian

Paul Matthew Hawke Butcher, Jr. (born February 14, 1994) is an American actor and singer.

His father is former NFL linebacker, Paul Butcher, Sr.

Butcher is best known for playing the role of Dustin Brooks, brother of Zoey Brooks, in the four seasons of the TV show Zoey 101.

He has provided guest and other minor roles for a number of movies and TV shows, one of the most notable roles being a guest star in the Season 5 Premiere of Criminal Minds. He also played the role of young Walter in the 2007 film The Number 23.

Around the age of 6, Butcher starred in the 2000 music video for the Rascal Flatts single "Prayin' for Daylight."

In 2008, Butcher made two cover versions of the songs "Gimme That" by Chris Brown and "This Love" by Maroon 5.

Butcher released a single, "Don't Go," in July 2010.

As of September 2012, he is currently attending the University of California, Los Angeles.


Year Title Role
1998 My Neighbor Totoro Kanta Okagi
2002 Six Feet Under 5-Year-Old Boy
The Santa Trap Brian Spivak
The Parkers Child (Episode: The Mourning After)
2003 That 70's Show Little boy #2 (Episode: Christmas)
2003 Nico'adventures PHİLİP-ALBERT(Voice)
2004 NYPD Blue Eddie Cown
2005 All That 10th Anniversary Reunion Special Himself
2005–2008 Zoey 101 Dustin Brooks
2005 Bones Shawn Cook
Medical Investigation Tim Wayne
2006 King of the Hill Caleb
2006 The King of Queens Kenny
He's a Bully, Charlie Brown Roy/Kid
Imaginary Friend Paul
2006 Over the Hedge Skeeter (voice)
2007 Without a Trace Alex Rosen
American Dad! Johnny
Meet the Robinsons Stanley (voice)
2008 Britney: For the Record Himself
2009 Criminal Minds Jeffrey Barton Episode: "Faceless, Nameless"
2010 The Legacy Billy*
2013 MyMusic Jeff Pookie; recurring role
2014 A Lesson in Romance Sean Mills


  1. ^ "California Births, 1905 - 1995". Retrieved 2011-11-12. 

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