Actor Chris Marquette got his start at the tender age of eight, playing Mira Sorvino's son in the 1995 drama "Sweet Nothing" and since appeared in dozens of television shows and films. As a child, he made guest appearances on the crime drama "Law and Order," medical drama "ER," and legal drama "Judging Amy." He made the traditionally difficult transition to more adult roles with the 2003 horror sequel "Freddy vs. Jason." He played Adam Rove on the critically acclaimed but short-lived CBS family drama "Joan of Arcadia," while simultaneously appearing on the Lifetime medical drama "Strong Medicine." In the mid 2000s Marquette's career was focused on film roles. He worked with Emile Hirsch and Justin Timberlake in the 2006 true-story drama "Alpha Dog" and played a "Star Wars"-obsessed college student with a plan to steal a copy of "The Phantom Menace" from the Skywalker Ranch in the quirky comedy "Fanboys." In 2010 he guested on two episodes of the hit Showtime comedy series "Weeds." Marquette is also involved with the children's charity, the Sunshine Foundation.