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|Born||James Justin Pinchak
February 16, 1996
Point Pleasant, New Jersey, U.S.
Jimmy Jax Pinchak (born February 16, 1996) is an American actor and musician known for playing roles in TV shows and Films.
Born James Justin Pinchak, he grew up in Point Pleasant, New Jersey.
He acted the movements for "Know-It-All" in the computer-animated movie The Polar Express (voice was provided by Eddie Deezen) and played the lead in made-for-TV movie All I Want For Christmas, Hostage and Meteor. He also played Eddy in Over There and Mark in Let Me In, a remake of the Swedish film Let the Right One In. In 2008, he starred in the pilot episode of the family comedy Growing Up Normal about a child actor growing up in Hollywood. In 2011, Jimmy made a guest appearance on NCIS. In 2010-2011, Pinchak played a recurring role in Ray Romano's Men Of A Certain Age on TNT. In 2013, Pinchak played Peter Wiggin, the older brother of Ender Wiggin, in the film Ender's Game (2013).
In addition to acting, Pinchak is a blues rock musician. In 2014, The Jimmy Jax Pinchak Band released a blues rock album titled Make It Better.
Pinchak is a self-taught magician, and has been a member of The Magic Castle since 2007.
Pinchak is currently studying Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University.
|2004||The Polar Express||Know-It-All||motion capture|
|2007||All I Want For Christmas||Jesse Armstrong||TV-movie|
|2010||Let Me In||Mark|
|2013||Ender's Game||Peter Wiggin|
|2011||Growing Up Normal||Jimmy Jackson||Pilot|
|Television guest spots|
|2003||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Jimmy||Inside the Box|
|2006||Brothers & Sisters||Teddy Traylor||Unaired Pilot|
|2011||NCIS||Jason||One Last Score|
|2011||Men Of A Certain Age||Wes||Recurring|
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