McDonell at the 2013 ComicCon
May 2, 1986 |
Manhattan, New York, U.S.
Thomas Hunter Campbell McDonell (born May 2, 1986) is an American actor, musician, and artist. He appeared in The Forbidden Kingdom alongside Jackie Chan and Jet Li, and in Twelve, starring Chace Crawford. McDonell played the main role in 2011 teenage film Prom as Jesse Richter, alongside Aimee Teegarden. He has guest-starred in Suburgatory as Scott Strauss, Tessa's boyfriend. He is the lead singer and guitarist for the band Moon. As a visual artist, McDonell has exhibited his own work internationally and has curated several exhibitions including a video art show at a Best Buy in New York.
McDonell was born and raised in Manhattan, New York, and attended boarding school in Andover, Massachusetts. He graduated from New York University. His mother, Joanie, is a writer, and his father, Terry McDonell, is editor of Sports Illustrated. His brother is writer Nick McDonell.
|2008||The Forbidden Kingdom||Young Southie|
|2010||Twelve||Kid in Plaid Tie|
|2012||10 Things I Hate About Life||Ben||Main Role|
|2012||Fun Size||Aaron Riley|
|2014||The Devil's Hand||Trevor||Supporting Role|
|2010||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Eddie Boyle|
|2011||Made in Hollywood||Himself||Episode 6|
|2012-2013||Suburgatory||Scott Strauss||4 episodes ("Driving Miss Dalia", "The Casino Trip", "Sex and The Suburbs", "Yakult Leader")|
|2013-2014||The 100||Finn Collins||Main cast 22 episodes |
Carly Rae Jepsen This Kiss
Neon Trees Your Surrender (with Aimee Teegarden)
Oliver's People Campaign: 2012 with Dakota Johnson
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