John Francis Daley
Daley and Goldstein write and direct the franchise reboot "Vacation."
Co-writes "Horrible Bosses 2."
Co-writes "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone"
Co-writes "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2."
Makes screenwriting debut with "Horrible Bosses"
Joins the cast of "Bones" (Fox) as Dr. Lance Sweets, an FBI-appointed therapist
Cast as Jim, the rookie pastry chef on Fox's "Kitchen Confidential"
Had a small role, opposite Gwyneth Paltrow in the comedy "View from the Top"
Directed a short film titled "What Babies Do"
Had a recurring role on Fox's "Boston Public" as Anthony Ward
Stars as high school freshman Sam Weir in the acclaimed but short-lived NBC comedy-drama series "Freaks and Geeks"
Contributed vocals to Tony Bennett's children's album "The Playground"
Was cast in the title role of "The Who's Tommy" in a live theater traveling company, performing alongside his father in the USA and Germany (date approximate)
Acted in the festival-screened independent short "Allerd Fishbein's in Love"
Daley holds a black belt in Kung Fu.
Daley is singer/keyboardist in the alt-rock group Dayplayer, who appeared on an alternate-reality episode of "Bones"