Judah Lewis

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Judah Lewis
Judah Lewis on BTVR.jpg
Lewis discusses Demolition in 2016
Bornc. 2000/2001 (age 18–19)[1]
Years active2014–present
Notable work

Judah Lewis (born c. 2000/2001)[1] is an American actor. He is known for his main roles in the films The Babysitter, its sequel The Babysitter: Killer Queen, and Demolition.

Life and career[edit]

Lewis is the son of Hara and Mark Lewis, who are acting teachers.[2] He is Jewish.[3]

In 2014, Lewis played in the Lifetime television film Deliverance Creek.

In May 2015, Lewis was among the six actors who screen tested for the lead role (which went to Tom Holland) in the 2017 reboot film Spider-Man: Homecoming.[4]

In 2015, Lewis played a supporting role in the comedy-drama film Demolition. He also played in the action thriller remake Point Break, appearing briefly as the young version of the lead character Johnny Utah.

In 2015, Lewis filmed the role of a boy hunted by his babysitter in the comedy horror film The Babysitter. The finished film was acquired by Netflix in December 2016 and was released on October 13, 2017.[5]

In 2018, Lewis co-starred in the Canadian horror mystery film Summer of 84.[6] Lewis played a supporting role in the Netflix family film The Christmas Chronicles.[7] In 2019, he co-starred in the thriller film I See You.[8]

In 2020, he reprised his main role in the comedy horror sequel film The Babysitter: Killer Queen on Netflix.[9] He also reprised his role as Teddy in the sequel film The Christmas Chronicles 2.[10]



Year Title Role Notes
2014 Deliverance Creek Caleb Barlow TV Movie
2015 Demolition Chris Moreno
Point Break young Johnny Utah
2017 The Babysitter Cole Johnson
2018 Summer of 84 Tommy "Eats" Eaton
The Christmas Chronicles Teddy Pierce
2019 I See You Connor Harper
2020 The Babysitter: Killer Queen Cole Johnson
The Christmas Chronicles 2 Teddy Pierce Filming


Year Title Role Notes
2015 CSI: Cyber Denny Metz 1 episode
2016 Game of Silence young Gil Harris 6 episodes


  1. ^ a b "Judah Lewis on Working With Kurt Russell for 'Christmas Chronicles' and Why It Isn't Just a "Kids Movie"". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 19 March 2020.
  2. ^ Bloom, Nate (2017-10-11). "This year's NFL short list; Jewish Nobel winners". St. Louis Jewish Light. Retrieved 2020-04-22.
  3. ^ http://jewishtampa.com/jews-in-the-news/jews-in-the-news-josh-gad-steven-spielberg-and-dustin-hoffman
  4. ^ Kit, Borys (2015-05-30). "Spider-Man Hopefuls Screen-Test in Atlanta as Marvel Decision Nears". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2017-09-09.
  5. ^ Kroll, Justin (2016-12-12). "McG's 'The Babysitter' Moves to Netflix From New Line". Variety. Retrieved 2017-09-09.
  6. ^ Squires, John (2017-07-12). ""Mad Men" and "Riverdale" Stars Head Back to the 'Summer of '84'". Bloody Disgusting. Retrieved 2018-12-06.
  7. ^ "The Christmas Chronicles Teaser Netflix". Netflix YouTube channel. Retrieved 2018-10-10.
  8. ^ Miska, Brad (14 May 2018). "Helen Hunt Shoots Off An Intense Look In First Shot From 'I See You'". Bloody Disgusting. Retrieved 9 March 2019.
  9. ^ Kit, Borys (September 25, 2019). "Judah Lewis Returning for Sequel to Netflix Horror Flick 'The Babysitter' (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved October 18, 2019.
  10. ^ Romano, Nick (December 6, 2019). "The Christmas Chronicles 2 with Kurt Russell, Goldie Hawn set for holiday 2020". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved August 13, 2020.

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