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William James Cuddy (born June 12, 1997) is a Canadian actor who has starred in notable projects such as The Russell Girl and Breakfast with Scot. William also had a supporting role in the television series, Runaway, which was a Sony Pictures Television production, and shown on The CW Television Network. He played the role of a young Gore Vidal in Amelia.
Cuddy was 8 years old when he started his acting career. His first U.S. television series was Runaway, in which he played Andy in the episode "There's No Place Like Home". His first feature film was Breakfast with Scot, a role at the very start of the film as the fan who caused McNally's accident, which opened in Summer 2007 at the Toronto International Film Festival. He then played in a Hallmark Hall of Fame TV movie The Russell Girl. Cuddy played the 10 year old Gore Vidal in Amelia, which was released in 2009 and starred Hilary Swank, Richard Gere and Ewan McGregor.
His website, BionicleDepot, a small portfolio of noteworthy writings and happenings of his life, can be reached here.
He is also known by the alias Meraceire.