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|Born||Ryan Timothy Malgarini
June 12, 1992
Renton, Washington, U.S.
|Other names||Ryan Timothy Malgarini|
Malgarini was born Ryan Timothy Malgarini in Renton, Washington on June 12, 1992.
Malgarini became interested in acting as a result of watching his grandmother Gloria Malgarini's involvement in commercials. At age 5, he was delighted to spot her in a commercial for "Senior Dimensions," a Nevada-based healthcare provider, he pointed at the television and said, "I want to do that!".
From that point on, Malgarini would appear as an extra for some of his grandmother's commercials. He was soon appearing in commercials for McDonald's and Washington Mutual. Malgarini also took acting classes at the famed Young Actors Space in Los Angeles which earned him an agent and a manager.
In 2002, Malgarini made his film debut in The United States of Leland (released in 2004), playing a 6-year-old boy in flashback scenes. This was a rather challenging role for Malgarini, since it required him to weep for the first time on screen in a funeral scene.
In 2003, he played the role of Harry Coleman in Disney's comedy hit Freaky Friday starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan. He appeared with Tom Hanks in a test film to develop the "performance capture" technology for The Polar Express in 2004.
According to an interview with Malgarini on his official site, he starred as the main character Ugly in the musical Honk!. He appeared in The Robinsons: Lost in Space in 2004 and starred in Gary Unmarried as Gary's (Jay Mohr) son Tom.
Malgarini also appeared in Go Figure in 2005.
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- Freaky Friday (2003)
- The United States of Leland (2004)
- The Polar Express (2004)
- Go Figure (2005)
- How to Eat Fried Worms (2006)
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