Carter Jenkins

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Carter Jenkins
Carter Mark Jenkins
Years active2003 — present

Carter Mark Jenkins (born September 4, 1991) is an American actor.

Personal life

Jenkins was born in Tampa, Florida to Mary and Eric Jenkins. His older brother is Renneker Jenkins, also an actor and he has an older sister, Tiffany. Like his character in Keeping Up with the Steins, he is Jewish, and attended Hebrew school.[1]

Acting career

Jenkins starred as Miles Barnett on the NBC television series Surface, though it was not renewed for a second season. He also appeared in the first season of the Nickelodeon series Unfabulous. Jenkins starred in the Disney Channel film Life Is Ruff, alongside Kyle Massey and Mitchel Musso. Jenkins appeared in the 2005 comedy Bad News Bears, with Billy Bob Thornton. His latest role is in the comedy Keeping Up with the Steins, which opened on May 14, 2006. He had a guest appearance in an episode of House ("Meaning"). He is appearing in an upcoming movie "Think Tank" which will be in theatres sometime in 2007. Carter guest-starred as a young returnee on The 4400. Jenkins starred in the 2005 comedy Bad News Bears with Billy Bob Thornton: he played Joey from the opposing team. He guest starred on "My Tormented Mentor", an episode of Scrubs, as a young version of The Todd. He is best known for playing Raymond Caine(Junior), the nephew of Miami-Dade Police Lt. Horatio Caine played by David Caruso) on CBS's CSI:Miami as well as Jack on the now-cancelled CBS musical-drama Viva Laughlin. He is in the up coming movie They Came from Upstairs alongside Ashley Tisdale and Robert Hoffman.


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