Miko John Hughes
February 22, 1986
Apple Valley, California, U.S.
Miko John Hughes (born February 22, 1986) is an American actor known for his film roles as a child actor as Gage Creed in (1989), as astronaut Pet Sematary Jim Lovell's son, Jeffrey Lovell, in , as an autistic boy opposite Apollo 13 Bruce Willis in (1998) and as Dylan, Mercury Rising Heather Langenkamp's son in (1994), as well as his recurring role as Aaron on Wes Craven's New Nightmare from 1990 to 1995. Full House
Hughes started his acting career in a public service announcement when he was 22 months old, and followed that up by appearing in his first feature film five months later. From his years as a child actor, Hughes was consistently one of the busiest young actors in Hollywood. One of his first films was
, opposite Danny DeVito; in addition, he has starred on film in Jack the Bear (1989), Pet Sematary (1990), Kindergarten Cop (1995), Apollo 13 (1997), Spawn (1997), and Zeus and Roxanne (1998) alongside Mercury Rising Bruce Willis.
Hughes has also appeared in numerous television movies. He has been a series regular, recurring character or guest star on many television series. He played Aaron Bailey on
from 1990 to 1995. Others have been in Full House (1989), Baywatch (1989–90), Sister Kate (1991), Beverly Hills, 90210 (1992), Melrose Place (1994), and Touched by an Angel (1994). Hughes received an The Nanny Emmy Award certificate for his participation as the voice of Tommy in the number-one-rated Fox animated television series (1995). His other voice-over credits include twin babies, Sly and Witt, in the feature film Life with Louie (1999). Baby Geniuses
After a break in his career Hughes re-emerged as a teen in the science-fiction series
. He played a lovable villain who was part of a renegade group of aliens. As a musician, Hughes released two albums in 1995, at the age of nine. One is self-titled and the other is called Roswell Halloween Haunts. He wrote songs for both albums. They were recorded and released by his own company, Little Chief, Inc. In 2013, Hughes directed the segment "See" in the horror anthology film . Chilling Visions: 5 Senses of Fear
Personal life [ edit ]
Hughes was born in
Apple Valley, California, the son of Mary ( née Phelps) and John Hughes, a special effects technician (not to be confused with late director Breakfast Club John Hughes). He has three siblings, Mike, Mitch and Molly. [1 ] He has [2 ] Chickasaw Native American ancestry. [3 ]
Filmography [ edit ]
Television [ edit ]
Out of This World Younger Billy
Episode: "Four Men and a Baby"
Unspeakable Acts Chad Hershel
Sister Kate Buster
Episode: "Rent Strike"
Beverly Hills, 90210 Young Chuckie
Episode: "Chuckie's Back"
Doogie Howser, M.D. Matthew, Cecilia'a Son
Episode: "If This Is Adulthood, I'd Rather Be in Philadelphia"
The Burden of Proof Sam
A Child Lost Forever: The Jerry Sherwood Story Robert Jurgens (age 3)
Hangin' with Mr. Cooper Aaron Bailey
Episode: "Hangin' with Michelle"
Melrose Place David Patterson
Episode: "Jake vs. Jake"
Shaky Ground Michael
Episode: "Of Human Bonding"
CBS Schoolbreak Special Andy Walters
Episode: "Big Boys Don't Cry"
Picket Fences Elliot Doyle
Episode: "Rights of Passage"
The Town Santa Forgot Young Jeremy Creek (voice)
Natural Selection Nick 'Nicky' Braden
The Nanny Frank Bradley Jr.
Episode: "Sunday in the Park with Fran"
Life with Louie: A Christmas Surprise for Mrs. Stillman Tommy Anderson (voice)
Full House Aaron Bailey
Touched by an Angel Daniel Duncan
Episode: "Sympathy for the Devil
Trail of Tears Ethan
The Story of Santa Claus Clement (voice)
The Parent 'Hood Arnie
Adventures from the Book of Virtues Prince Fredolin (voice)
Life with Louie Tommy Anderson
The Puppies Present Incredible Animal Tales Bingo
At the End of the Day: The Sue Rodriguez Story Jesse Rodriguez
Baywatch Timmy Greyson
Episode: "Dolphin Quest"
Lethal Wows Graham Farris
Twice in a Lifetime Max Bogart
Roswell Nicholas Crawford
Hey Arnold! Alan Redmond (voice)
Episode: "Harold vs. Patty/Rich Guy"
Boston Public Peter Feldman
Veronica Mars Stoner Dude #1
Episode: "Driver Ed"
Episode: "Nick Get Job"
The Bill Engvall Show Matias Escobar
Episode: "They Uhn Loer"
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