Breckin Meyer Biography

Birthday: 1974-05-07
Place of Birth: Minneapolis, Minnesota USA
Height: 5' 5" (1.65 m)
Wiki Biography: Breckin went to grade school with Drew Barrymore and attended Beverly Hills High School with Alicia Silverstone, Joshua John Miller and Branden Williams. It was Barrymore who introduced Breckin to her agent, after which he started doing commercials and the game show "Child's Play" (1982). After being accepted to California State University at Northridge, Breckin decided to put school on hold and pursue acting. He has always wanted to be a kindergarten teacher and may still do that in the future. Breckin was the drummer in the Streetwalking Cheetahs with his brother, Frank, which recorded a demo in 1995. He was the lead vocal on two songs, "Carnival" and "Dave". During 1995-1996, the band played about 10 gigs around Los Angeles. The Streetwalking Cheetahs' second album, "Overdrive" and their new album, "Live on KXLU", feature songs written when Breckin was still in the band. These songs include "None of Your Business", "All I Want", "Peppermint", "Thought that Crosses My Mind" and "Turn Me Down". After the Streetwalking Cheetahs, he started his own band, Bellyroom, with Seth Green and Alexander Martin, Dean Martin's grandson. They played a few gigs around Los Angeles in 1996. Currently, he doesn't play in any band. Breckin's friends include Josh Holland ("USA High" (1997)) and Seth Green. His best friend is Ryan Phillippe, with whom he starred in 54 (1998). Breckin is married to Deborah Kaplan, who wrote and directed Can't Hardly Wait (1998), in which Breckin had a cameo. Breckin's hobbies include playing drums, video games and sometimes sports. He's a big fan of Sean Penn, Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Richard Dreyfuss. He spends most of his free time with Kaplan, and also with Seth Green and Ryan Phillippe.

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TV Title Appeared As Year Genre
Garfield Jon
The Potato Head Kids 1986 Animation
Where's Rodney? 1990
The Jackie Thomas Show Chas Walker 1992 Comedy
The Home Court Mike Solomon 1995 Comedy
Clueless Travis 1996 - 1999 Comedy
Inside Schwartz Adam Schwartz 2001 Comedy
Married to the Kellys Tom 2003 Comedy
Robot Chicken Superman 2005
Titan Maximum 2009 Animation
Franklin and Bash Jared Franklin 2011 Comedy
Touch 2013 Drama
Star Wars: Detours Boba Fett 2013 Comedy
Movies Title Appeared As Year Genre
Camp Cucamonga Cody 1990 Action, Adventure, Comedy
Payback Jim's Son 1995 Thriller
Clueless Travis 1995 Comedy, Romance
The Craft Mitt 1996 Drama, Fantasy, Horror
Prefontaine 1997 Drama, Romance
Touch Greg Czarnicki 1997 Comedy, Drama, Romance
Dancer, Texas Pop. 81 Keller Coleman 1998 Comedy, Drama, Family
54 Greg Randazzo 1998 Drama, History
Tail Lights Fade Cole 1999 Comedy, Action, Drama
Road Trip Josh Parker 2000 Adventure, Comedy
Rat Race Nick Schaffer 2001 0
Kate & Leopold Charlie McKay 2001 Biography, Sport, 0
Blast! 2003
Garfield: The Movie Jon Arbuckle 2004
Garfield Jon 2004 Comedy, Family
Herbie Fully Loaded Ray Peyton Jr. 2005 Adventure, Comedy, Family
Herbie: Fully Loaded Ray Peyton Jr. 2005 Adventure, Comedy, Family
Rebound Tim Fink 2005 Comedy, Family, Sport
Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties Jon Arbuckle 2006 Comedy, Family
Caffeine Dylan 2007 Comedy
Blue State John Logue 2008 Comedy, Drama
Corporate Affairs Ted Meyers 2008 Comedy
Ghosts of Girlfriends Past Paul 2009 Biography, 0
Stag Night Tony 2010 Horror, Thriller
The Maiden Heist Starving Artist 2010 Comedy, Crime
3 Geezers! Breckin 2013 Comedy