Jerry O’Connell : Laird

Date Of Birth: February 17th, 1974  City: New York, New York

With an impressive body of work that encompasses television, film and theatre, Jerry O’Connell is quickly emerging as one of Hollywood’s most versatile and sought after talents.

O’Connell starred as Detective Woody Hoyt on “Crossing Jordan.” Other television credits include starring in “Sliders,” the movie “What the Deaf Man Heard” and the miniseries “The ‘60s.” Recent film credits include the comedy “Yours, Mine and Ours” and the independent films “Man About Town,” with Ben Affleck, and “Room 6,” with Christine Taylor.

O’Connell began his acting career at the age of 11, when he co-starred in “Stand By Me,” directed by Rob Reiner. He took a break from acting and didn’t return to it full-time until after he completed his education at New York University. Upon graduating he returned to feature film work, receiving critical acclaim for his role as Cush in “Jerry Maguire,” with Tom Cruise. He also starred in the Jerry Bruckheimer-produced comedy “Kangaroo Jack,” and in “Tomcats” for Joe Roth’s Revolution Studios. Additional screen credits include “Scream 2,” “Can’t Hardly Wait” and “Mission to Mars.”

O’Connell was born and raised in New York and currently resides in Los Angeles.

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