California-born actor Evan Ellingson started out as a child actor, making his television debut at age 13 with a one-off on the long-running soap opera "General Hospital". Shortly thereafter he landed the recurring role on Christopher Titus's eponymous sitcom, on which Ellingson played "Titus" at age 10. In 2004, he was made a cast member on the new Keith Carradine sitcom "Complete Savages". While this series proved short-lived, Ellingson earned a Young Artist Award nomination for his performance as Kyle, one of the unruly Savage boys. Ellingson earned a more noteworthy role in January 2007, when he was cast as Jack Bauer's nephew Josh in the sixth season of the action-packed TV drama "24". By the fall, he'd become a cast member on the popular TV crime drama "CSI: Miami", on which he played the estranged son of David Caruso's Horatio Cane. With his TV fame on the rise, Ellingson earned an eye-catching film role; in the 2009 adaptation of Jodi Picoult's melodramatic novel "My Sister's Keeper", Ellingson played son to Cameron Diaz's troubled mother.