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Justin Berfield

Justin Berfield

Justin Berfield

Justin Berfield

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Actor

Justin Tyler Berfield (born February 25, 1986) is an American former actor, writer, and producer. He is known for his portrayal of Malcolm's dimwitted older brother, Reese, on the family sitcom Malcolm in the Middle. He also played Ross Malloy on The WB sitcom Unhappily Ever After. As of 2010, Berfield is Chief Creative Officer of Virgin Produced, a film and television development, packaging, and production company announced in 2010 by the Virgin Group.

Berfield gained international prominence with his role on January 9, 2000, when Linwood Boomer cast him to play Reese, the trouble-making older brother of Frankie Muniz's title character on the Fox sitcom Malcolm in the Middle. He appeared in all 151 episodes of that series, and with the recording of the 100th episode became the youngest actor in screen history to have appeared in 100 episodes of two different TV series. After Malcolm in the Middle ended on May 14, 2006, Berfield concentrated on production work, although he made a one-off appearance in the series Sons of Tucson in 2010. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

Big

Justin famously played Reese, the wisecracking, big-bully, second child on Malcolm in the Middle. Born in 1986, Justin was raised in California. He says he has only seen five episodes of Malcolm all the way through. "I don't like watching myself on TV or film," he says. "I ... criticize myself too much." Justin thinks the relationship between brothers Malcolm and Reese rings true. "That's how brothers are-- they pick on each other," he says. "Every day, my older brother picks on me somehow." Sometimes he wishes Malcolm's family was his own. "Then I would be the older brother in the house, so I could do the beating up, instead of getting beaten up."

Justin Tyler Berfield was born on the 25th of February, 1986, and resides in Los Angeles. Born and raised in California, he has been acting since he was 5 years old when he landed a part in a commercial for Folgers Coffee. He has appeared in over 22 national television commercials including an advertisement for Colgate toothpaste and was subsequently dubbed "The Commercial Kid" when he was younger. The role Justin is most known for is the character Reese in Fox's Malcolm in the Middle (2000), in which he plays Reese, the mischievous, bullying, second-oldest brother. He has also been in many other TV series. In 1994 he landed the part of Bobby Bowman in The Good Life (1994), in 1995 got the part of Ross Malloy in Warner Bros.'s Unhappily Ever After (1995), a role he played for 5 seasons, and he also co-starred in the television show The Mommies (1993). In films he has appeared in family films such as Mom, Can I Keep Her? (1998), The Kid with X-ray Eyes (1999), Invisible Mom II (1999), Wanted (1998), and most recently Max Keeble's Big Move (2001). Justin's interests include producing and directing. When he is not working, his hobbies include traveling, sports, and real estate investing. (Source: www.amazon.com)

Reese

That's in large part due to the writing, of course, but it's also thanks to the young actor who played Reese, Justin Berfield. Berfield had the good looks, comedic timing, facial expressions, and other qualities that make a good "fool" character. In fact, his talent earned him plenty of attention during Malcolm in the Middle's run, as he was nominated for the Young Artist Awards' Best Performance in a TV Series – Supporting Young Actor award in 2003. His portrayal of Reese was always endearing and unforgettable. However, though the character himself hasn't been forgotten, fans might not know what the actor has been up to.

Justin famously played Reese, the wisecracking, big-bully, second child on Malcolm in the Middle. Born in 1986, Justin was raised in California. He says he has only seen five episodes of Malcolm all the way through. "I don't like watching myself on TV or film," he says. "I ... criticize myself too much." Justin thinks the relationship between brothers Malcolm and Reese rings true. "That's how brothers are-- they pick on each other," he says. "Every day, my older brother picks on me somehow." Sometimes he wishes Malcolm's family was his own. "Then I would be the older brother in the house, so I could do the beating up, instead of getting beaten up." (Source: www.juf.org)

 

 

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