Hal Scardino

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Hal Scardino
Born Albert Henry Hugh Scardino
(1982-12-25) December 25, 1982 (age 32)
Savannah, Georgia, USA
Occupation Actor
Years active 1993–1996

Hal Scardino (born Albert Henry Hugh Scardino; December 25, 1982) is an American actor best known for having played the leading role in the movie The Indian in the Cupboard.[1] He also starred in Searching for Bobby Fischer and Marvin's Room.


Born in the United States of America in Savannah, Georgia, Scardino grew up in the London neighborhood of Knightsbridge.[2] He is the youngest of three children born to Marjorie Morris Scardino, chief executive officer of media group Pearson, and Albert Scardino, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist.

He was educated at Winchester College, an independent school for boys in England. He graduated in 2005 from Columbia University.


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  1. ^ The Philadelphia Daily News, "Kid Learns A Lot From A Little Indian," 14 July 1995
  2. ^ The Baltimore Sun, "Despite a magic touch, actor's just a regular kid," 14 July 1995