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Andrew McNee


He played Trainer Malone in Journal of the Wimpy Kid together with Zachary Gordon. His various other credits consist of Supernatural, Regular, and Kyle XY. He produced his film debut in the 2003 mockumentary, The Delicate Artwork of Parking. He performed the function of Hoss in Scary Film 4 alongside Anna Farris. He was raised in Vancouver, Canada. He is at the film Ramona and Beezus, starring Selena Gomez.

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Full Name Andrew McNee
Date Of Birth February 19, 1963
Place Of Birth Vancouver, Canada
Profession Movie Actor
Nationality Canadian
Movies Adventures in Public School, Aim for the Roses, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Scary Movie 4, Firewall, The Delicate Art of Parking, Grand Unified Theory
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Public Schooledpost-productionMr. Kelly
Aim for the Roses2016DocumentaryKen Carter
Grand Unified Theory2016Victor
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days2012Coach Malone
Deck the Halls2011TV MovieStan Brooks
Eureka2011TV SeriesHuggins
Hiccups2011TV SeriesDennis
Hellcats2011TV Series
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules2011Coach Malone
Normal2011TV MovieRay
Supernatural2011TV SeriesDeputy #2
Psych2010TV SeriesRitch Renaud
Ramona and Beezus2010Mr. Clay
Diary of a Wimpy Kid2010Coach Malone
Thomas Kinkade's Christmas Cottage2008Pastor Richardson
Kyle XY2006TV SeriesRadiologist
Scary Movie 42006Hoss
Stargate SG-12006TV SeriesTechnician
The L Word2006TV SeriesBrian
The Chris Isaak Show2004TV SeriesVendor
The Delicate Art of Parking2003Gus Morski
Good Morning2002ShortJim

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