Eli Marienthal (born March 6, 1986) is a former American actor.
Personal life [ edit ]
Marienthal was born in
Santa Monica, California, the son of Penny Marienthal and Joseph Cross. He has two siblings, actors Harley Cross and Flora Cross. [1 ] In addition to acting, Marienthal has written and performed his own work as a poet, dancer, and playwright. [2 ]
Marienthal graduated from the private East Bay French-American School in Berkeley,
where all students learn to speak fluent French and attend classes in two languages, and from [3 ] Berkeley High School (Berkeley, California) in 2004. He graduated magna cum laude from Brown University in 2008, with a double major in comparative literature and international development studies. He also holds a masters degree in development studies from Brown. He is currently a doctoral candidate in geography at the University of California, Berkeley.
Marienthal's career started in Bay Area stage theater work, performing in
Missing Persons, The Cryptogram, Hecuba, , A Midsummer Night's Dream Every 17 Minutes the Crowd Goes Crazy, and The Life of Galileo.
Marienthal is known for the role of
Robin (Tim Drake) in the animated film, and in an episode of Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman . He replaced the previous voice actor, Static Shock Mathew Valencia, because in these appearances, Robin was supposed to sound older than he had on the animated series. He played the title role of "Tucker Pierce" in the television series. He is also the voice of Hogarth Hughes in the 1999 film Tucker and plays The Iron Giant Steve Stifler's younger brother in the 1999 film and its 2001 sequel, American Pie . His last film role to date was in the teenage-oriented comedy, American Pie 2 (2004), opposite Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen Lindsay Lohan, as Sam. After a brief hiatus, Marienthal returned to television by making a cameo appearance on a 2009 episode of the television sitcom, , but the following year, Marienthal again retired from acting. The Big Bang Theory
Filmography [ edit ]
Television [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ Ebert, Roger (August 27, 2015). ". 'BEE' GIRL CARRIES FILM" Roger Ebert, Flora Cross Interview . Retrieved . November 6, 2005
^ Bloom, Nate (August 27, 2015). "Celebrity news, Flora blooms". jweekly.com . Retrieved . November 18, 2005
^ Stack, Peter (August 27, 2015). "Testing Their Mettle / Warner Bros. and director Bill Bird challenge Disney with `The Iron Giant. '" sfgate.com . Retrieved . August 1, 1999
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