|Apt Pupil||1998||Actor||Todd Bowden||19987|
|Bully||2001||Actor||Mario 'Marty' Puccio||20017|
|Tom and Huck||1995||Actor||Huck Finn||19957|
|Telling Lies in America||1997||Actor||Karchy Jonas||19977|
|Confessions of an American Girl||2002||Actor||n/a||20027|
|The Job||2002||Actor||Troy Riverside||20027|
|10th and Wolf||2006||Actor||Vincent||20067|
|The Theory of the Leisure Class||1998||Actor||n/a||19987|
|Law & Order: Criminal Intent||2006 2006||Actor||n/a||20067|
|Skipped Parts||2001||Actor||Dothan Talbot||20017|
|The Client||1994||Actor||Mark Sway||19947|
|The Jacket||2005||Song||("Feel This Way")||1|
|Danny Roane: First Time Director||2005||Song||("Two Legged Dope")||1|
|Appeared in final film, "The Informers"; based on the Bret Easton Ellis novel (released posthumously)|
|Portrayed Brad Pitt's character as a teenager in the gritty drama "Sleepers"|
|Raised by his paternal grandmother in Knoxville, TN|
|Starred in "10th and Wolf" an indie film based on a story by Bobby Moresco and Chazz Palminteri|
|Acted in school productions sponsored by DARE; a program that deals with the dangers of drugs|
|Starred as a high school student obsessively fasinated with Nazism in Bryan Singer's "Apt Pupil"|
|Played a teenage boy embroiled in the 1960s radio payola scandal in Guy Ferland's "Telling Lies in America"|
|Had leading role of a troubled Florida teen who turns on his abusive friend in Larry Clark's "Bully"; based on the 1993 murder of Bobby Kent and adapted from the book Bully: A True Story of High School Revenge|
|Feature debut, a starring role as a young targeted witness, in Joel Schumacher's "The Client"|
|Co-starred with Thora Birch and Scarlett Johansson in Terry Zwigoff's "Ghost World"|
|Played Huckleberry Finn opposite Jonathan Taylor Thomas' Tom Sawyer in Disney's "Tom and Huck"|
|Acted alongside Jennifer Jason Leigh in the 1960s-set coming of age drama "Skipped Parts"|
|Played the neighborhood toughguy who befriends a stigmatized HIV-positive youngster in "The Cure"|
|Cast in the psychological thriller "The Jacket"|
|Angela||Mother||Divorced from Renfro's father in 1987; remarried; relocated from Tennessee to Michigan|
|Jesse Hasek||Cousin||Lead singer of the band 10 Years|
|Gaby Hoffmann||Companion||Briefly dated in 1997|
|Mark Renfro||Father||Worked in a blueprint factory; divorced Renfro's mother in 1987; lived with Renfro and grandmother for a while before remarrying and moving out|
|Joanne Renfro||Grandmother||Raised Renfro|
|"Brad Renfro got the part of the wise-ass kid in 'The Client' because that's exactly what he is. He has the qualifications being that he's the product of a broken home, extremely sensitive, and too smart for his own good." Joel Schumacher, who directed the film [in which the boy becomes a pawn in a mob case] illustrates these points with a story.
"Brad had on a Megadeth T-shirt, and I took him to meet Warner Bros. senior vice-president Lorenzo Di Bonaventura. Brad sat down and Lorenzo said, 'Do you like this group? They're a great group.' And Brad said, 'You like Megadeth?' And he said, 'Yeah.' And Brad said, 'I don't think you've ever heard of Megadeth. I think you're one of those adults who say they like the same music a kid likes so we'll like you better. Well, we don't.'"
- from "Rushes: Breaking Away" by John Clark in Premiere, August 1994
|"[Susan Sarandon] said that Brad's confidence and aggressiveness were appealing, if a little startling. 'By the end of the shoot, he was actually giving me notes saying things like, 'I think you missed it,' or, 'This could have been funnier,' she said with a laugh. 'Had he been three times his age it wouldn't have been so funny.'" - from "For 'Client,' a Survivor, Age 10" by Bernard Weinraub in The New York Times, July 12, 1994|
|"I don't want to become some huge movie star before my time, so I just try to take it really slow. I want to be up-and-coming until I'm past tense." - Renfro quoted in Vanity Fair, April 1998|
|"I learned so much from Ian McKellen, but it wasn't like I could learn the craft of acting. I'm sure you've heard of doing something and not knowing how you do it? That's pretty much where I come from. What interested me about him was how he handled people. He makes everyone feel so comfortable. I tried to learn that from him, because it's something I need to learn." - Brad Renfro about filming "Apt Pupil" quoted in Time Out New York, Oct. 15-22, 1998|
|In June 1998, Renfro was detained for suspicion of possession of marijuana and cocaine; struck a plea and agreed to be randomly tested for substance abuse for six months; if he remained clean, charges would not be pursued.|
|In August 2000, Renfro was arrested and charged with grand theft after allegedly attempting to steal a yacht valued in excess of $100,000 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He was in Florida shooting a film entitled "Bully" (2001) and was released on $10,000 bail. In January 2001, the actor was sentenced to two-year's probation and fined over $4000.|
|Renfro was arrested in May 2001 for underage drinking.|
|The actor was again arrested for public intoxication and driving without a license on Jan. 14, 2002. As a result, he was incarcerated in Fort Lauderdale, Florida when he turned himself on charges of violating his probation. Renfro was sentenced to 90 days of rehabilitation.|
|On Dec. 22, 2005, Brad Renfro was arrested in a sting operation after he allegedly tried to buy heroin from an undercover officer; ordered into a drug treatment program after he pleaded guilty to charges of trying to buy heroin.|
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