Abrahams attending 15th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, California
|Born||Jon Avery Abrahams
October 29, 1977
New York City, New York, U.S.
Jon Avery Abrahams (born October 29, 1977) is an American film and television actor.
Early life and family
Abrahams' great-uncles were actor Mack Gray - long time confidant of George Raft, Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra - and stuntman and fight coordinator Joe Gray. His father, Martin Abrahams, is an artist.
Abrahams has starred in many films and TV shows. His most notable roles are Bobby in Scary Movie, Dalton Chapman in the horror movie House of Wax and Denny Byrnes in the Robert De Niro-Ben Stiller comedy Meet the Parents. He is also known as "DJ Jonny" on The Ellen DeGeneres Show for season four, replacing Tony Okungbowa. He has been replaced on season five by KROQ personality Ted Stryker due to his wish to concentrate on his acting career in film. He can be seen in the 2009 comedy 2 Dudes and a Dream, (currently in post-production) and has also starred in the Enrique Iglesias music video for "Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song)".
|Dead Man Walking||Sonny Poncelet|
|1998||The Faculty||Boyfriend of Girl|
|1999||Outside Providence||Drugs Delaney|
|Boston Public||Zach Fischer|
|Scary Movie||Bobby Prinze|
|Meet the Parents||Denny Byrnes|
|2001||Texas Rangers||Berry Smith|
|2001||Scenes of the Crime||Lenny Burroughs|
|2003||My Boss's Daughter||Paul|
|2005||House of Wax||Dalton Chapman|
|2006||Bottoms Up||Jimmy DeSnappio|
|2007||Gardener of Eden||Don|
|2 Dudes & a Dream||Model Instructor|
|2009||Who Do You Love?||Leonard Chess|
|2012||Missed Connections||Josh Lindsay|
|2013||Second Generation Wayans (TV series)||Gavriel Rosembaum|
|2014||Criminal Minds||Leo Jenkins|
- Lee, Linda. "A NIGHT OUT AT THE: Paramount Hotel; The Pajama Game", The New York Times, May 27, 2001. Accessed November 3, 2007. "A product of St. Ann's School in Brooklyn, Mr. Abrahams, 23, had invited a batch of friends from high school to join him. He lives in North Park Slope, exactly 41 minutes from here, he said."
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