|Born||June 14, 1981|
Leopardi has been in films since he was 5, and is known for his role at eleven years old as Michael "Squints" Palledorous in the 1993 film The Sandlot. Leopardi also made a single appearance in Boy Meets World, in the pilot episode. He also appeared in runs as bully Alan White on the short-lived NBC series Freaks and Geeks and as the geeky Navy sailor, Kyle, on The CW network's Gilmore Girls. He has appeared in various other films and television series, including the 1995 comedy Houseguest. In 2007, he reprised his role of Michael 'Squints' Palledorous in the third installment of The Sandlot series, fourteen years after the original movie. During the late 1990s, he played a recurring role as Otto the Nome Prince in the ABC cartoon series The Oz Kids.
- Coldwater (2013) - Eddie
- The Sandlot: Heading Home (2007) - Michael 'Squints' Palledorous
- CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2005) (TV) - Lawrence Lafontaine
- Gilmore Girls (2003-2005) (TV) - Kyle, 5 episodes
- Snoops (2000) (TV) - Mike Johnson
- Freaks and Geeks (1999-2000) (TV) - Alan White, 9 episodes
- Walker, Texas Ranger (1999) (TV) - Bobby Landrum
- Permanent Midnight (1998) - Jerry at 16
- 7th Heaven (1998) (TV) - Todd's Friend
- The Opposite of Sex (1998) - Joe
- Trojan War (1997) - Freshman
- The Larry Sanders Show (1997) (TV) - Charlie
- The Paper Brigade (1997) - Charlie Parker
- Virtual Oz (1996) (TV) - Otto (voice)
- Sticks and Stones (1996) - Mouth
- The Big Green (1995) - Evan Schiff
- Casper (1995) - Nicky
- Houseguest (1995) - Jason Young
- Safe (1995) - Rory
- Huck and the King of Hearts (1994) - Huck
- Boy Meets World (1993) (TV) - Nicholas
- The Sandlot (1993) - Michael 'Squints' Palledorous
- The Commish (1993) (TV) - Sam Alexowski
- Evening Shade (1992) (TV) - Joel
- Father of the Bride (1991) - Cameron
- L.A. Law (1990) (TV) - Eric Perkins, Age 7, 2 episodes
- KFC-Snacker Commercial (2008) - Friend with back pack on
- 7-up Commercial (1998) - Stand in
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- Hicks, Chris (April 9, 1993). "Sandlot stardom: Baseball yarn filmed last year in Utah tells of new kid's efforts to fit in". Deseret News. Retrieved 2009-08-27.
- Howe, Desson (April 9, 1993). "‘The Sandlot’ (PG)". The Washington Post. Retrieved 2009-08-27.
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