American martial artist and display screen actor who played Tum Tum, the youngest from the Douglas boys, in 3 Ninjas. He reprised his function in 3 Ninjas Knuckle Up. He was created in Ventura State, California, and he began his fighting techinques schooling early in his years as a child. He performed the function of Michael Douglas (or Tum-Tum) in the initial 3 Ninjas film, and came back for the next sequel 3 Ninjas Knuckle Up. He includes a young sister called Amanda along with a sibling, Troy, who performed for the Tri-City Surprise ice hockey group. His 3 Ninja co-star, Utmost Elliott Slade, was the only real original ensemble member to surface in all three movies.
|1||Has a brother, Troy, who plays Division 1 College Hockey for the UMASS Minutemen in Hockey East.|
|2||Was on the Football, Basketball and Golf and teams at high school. Played 4 years of College Football and enjoys golf and working out in his spare time.|
|Step by Step||1995||TV Series||Jimmy|
|ER||1995||TV Series||First Baseman|
|3 Ninjas Knuckle Up||1995||Tum Tum|
|Baywatch||1993-1994||TV Series||Bobby Clark|
|Shaky Ground||1993||TV Series||Stuart|
|Ruby Cairo||1992||Niles Faro|
|3 Ninjas||1992||Tum Tum|
|The Sitter||1991||TV Movie|
|Poker Night in America||2014||TV Series||Himself|
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