Appearing in film and on television since at least the age of five, actor David Dorfman has had the luxury of being in several high profiles series and features at a very young age. Born in Los Angele...
Los Angeles, California, USA
|A Wrinkle in Time||Actor||n/a||7|
|Family Law||2001 1998 - 2001||Actor||Rupie Holt||20017|
|The Ghost Whisperer||2009 2004 - 2009||Actor||Daniel Greene||20097|
|The Ring Two||2005||Actor||Aidan Keller||20057|
|Invisible Child||Actor||Sam Beeman||7|
|Joan of Arcadia||2004 2002 - 2004||Actor||Rocky Tardio||20047|
|A Wrinkle in Time||2003 2002 - 2003||Actor||Charles Wallace||20037|
|The Texas Chainsaw Massacre||2003||Actor||Jedidiah||20037|
|The Singing Detective||2003||Actor||Young Dan Dark||20037|
|Ally McBeal||2001 1996 - 2001||Actor||Sam||20017|
|Starred in the central role of Charles Wallace Murry in the ABC miniseries "A Wrinkle in Time," based on the beloved children's book by Madeleine L'Engle|
|Cast in the recurring role of Kathleen Quinlan's son on the series "Family Law" (CBS)|
|Played Naomi Watts' son Aidan in "The Ring," a remake of the Japaneese film "Ringu"|
|Cast as Gwyneth Paltrow's son in the romantic drama "Bounce"|
|Played Jedidiah in the horror remake "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"|
|Played a young Robert Downey, Jr. in the musical comedy "The Singing Detective"|
|Made acting debut opposite Rita Wilson and Victor Garber in the Lifetime movie "The Invisible Child"|
|Reprised the role of Aidan Keller in "The Ring Two"|
|Guest-starred on "Ally McBeal" (Fox) as Robert Downey, Jr.'s son|
|Made feature film debut playing William H. Macy's son in the acclaimed drama "Panic"|
|Seen in the recurring role of Rocky Tardio on the hit series "Joan of Arcadia" (CBS)|
Dorfman made his film debut in the dark comedy-drama "Panic" (2000), starring William H. Macy as dotting father and unhappy husband who visits a psychiatrist for the stress built up from years of being an assassin. In "Bounce" (2000), he played the son of Aby (Gwyneth Paltrow), who meets the man (Ben Affleck) her dead husband exchanged airplane tickets with prior to its fatal crash. By far, Dorfman's biggest role was in "The Ring" (2002), an unexpected hit remade from the Japanese "Ringu" (1998) by Hideo Nakata. Playing the son of a Seattle journalist (Naomi Watts) who is haunted and hunted by the spirit of a murdered girl and fearing she will die after watching a surreal sepia-toned videotape, Dorfman more than held his own with star Watts, emitting a cool and sometimes eerie maturity.
Next, Dorfman played another creepy kid in "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (2003), a rehash of the 1974 cult classic. In "The Singing Detective" (2003), Dorfman portrayed pulp writer Dan Dark (Robert Downey, Jr.) as a child in this musical-mystery based on the BBC miniseries of the same name. After guest starring in a couple episodes of "Joan of Arcadia" (CBS, 2003- ), he played one of two children who travel through space on a quest to find their father who suddenly disappeared in the Wonderful World of Disney children's fantasy, "A Wrinkle in Time" (ABC, 2004). Dorfman later revived his role as the spooky son of Naomi Watts in the inevitable sequel, "The Ring 2" (2005). Reviews were tepid at beast, with some critics calling the movie boring, derivative and uninspiring, but Dorfman's acting skills continued to show increased subtlety and maturity.
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