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Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA
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Randy on Home Improvement
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Jonathan was born in 1981 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. When his father got a new job it forced them to move to Sacramento, California in 1986. At the age of seven, Young Jon saw a children`s modeling commercial and pleaded with his mother to sign him up. She agreed to a 13-week course. Jon`s first stage play was Scrooge. The talented youngster landed in TV commercials such as: Canon camcorder, Burger King, Kellogg`s Product 19 and Vivident gum.
In 1989, they moved to L.A. so Jon could try out for roles in TV shows. For a short while, he landed a role in a TV show called "The Bradys" (1990) (sequel to "The Brady Bunch" (1969)); Jon played Greg`s son Kevin. After the short-lived TV show was canceled, Jonathan was accepted for the role of Randy on "Home Improvement" (1991). His family moved from Sacramento to L.A. permanently. His career led to feature films as well.
Chaminade College Prepatory, West Hills, CA (2000)
Harvard University, University of St. Andrews (spring semester of third year), Columbia University`s School of General Studies
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Jonathan Taylor Weiss
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Jonathan Taylor Thomas (born Jonathan Taylor Weiss on September 8, 1981) is an American actor, voice actor, former child star, and teen idol. He is known for his roles as the middle child Randy Taylor on the sitcom Home Improvement as the voice of the young Simba in Disney's The Lion King, and a guest role in an episode of Smallville.
Raspy Voice, Beautiful Face
Joel Thomas Weiss
Devon Sawa, Andrew Keegan
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