High SchoolThe day after high-school senior Henry Burke smokes his very first joint, his principal institutes a mandatory drug test for all students. The situation causes him to concoct an ambitious plan to get his entire graduating class to face the same fate, and fail.Genre: ComedyCountry: United StatesDuration: 99 minQuality: HDRelease: 2010IMDb: 5.9
Critic Reviews of "High School"
Globe and MailJune 08, 2012
A stoner comedy with a slightly musty vintage aroma.
Toronto StarJune 07, 2012
High School sucks harder than it blows.
Newark Star-LedgerJune 01, 2012
If it ever opens at a theater near you, remember: Just say no.
New York PostJune 01, 2012
I'm betting director John Stalberg Jr. also debated calling it "Bake Sale," revolving as it does around the mass-dosing of the student body with pot brownies.
NewsdayJune 01, 2012
The only good news for everyone involved: The worst moment in your career is surely behind you.
Detroit NewsJune 01, 2012
It's a bit crude, a lot illogical and you might have to be in a certain state of mind to enjoy a film this silly.
IGN DVDSeptember 26, 2012
High School definitely won't be everyone's flavor of pot comedy, but it's certainly a fun trip and a clever spin on the genre.
CraveOnlineAugust 25, 2012
Surprisingly solid and funny... It's rare for a stoner comedy to have so much ambition.
Shared DarknessJuly 06, 2012
A hot mess whose sub-par direction mostly neutralizes its fantastic comedic premise. High School is a willfully 'stupid' stoner comedy, yes, but it also illustrates the gap between stupid done right and merely indulged too far.
CinemaBlend.comJune 14, 2012
HIGH School isn't exactly Harold and Kumar-level genius, but it is worth the legal risk.
The Scorecard ReviewJune 13, 2012
After an amusing start, this film seems to forget it's a pot comedy.
BrianOrndorf.comJune 13, 2012
While the movie is insistently unfunny, it's almost tragic how badly director John Stalberg Jr. fumbles the potential for a wacked-out farce, refusing to let loose with the boys as they scramble to maintain order.
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Adrien BrodyBirth date: 14 April 1973, Woodhaven, Queens, New York City, New York, USADescription: Adrien Nicholas Brody was born in Woodhaven, Queens, New York, the only child of retired history professor Elliot Brody and Hungarian-born photographer Sylvia Plachy. He accompanied his mother on assignments for the Village Voice, and credits her with making him feel comfortable in front of the camera. Adrien attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts in New York.Despite a strong performance in The Thin Red Line (1998), time constraints forced the director to edit out much of Adrien's part. In spite of his later work with Spike Lee and Barry Levinson, he never became the star many expected he would become until Roman Polanski called on him to play a celebrated Jewish pianist in Nazi-occupied Warsaw. He pulled off a brilliant performance in The Pianist (2002), drawing on the heritage and rare dialect of his Polish-born grandmother, as well as his father, who lost family members during the Holocaust, and his mother, who fled Communist Hungary as a child during the 1956 uprising against the Soviet Union.
Sean MarquetteBirth date: 30 June 1988, Dallas, Texas, USADescription: Sean Marquette, born in Dallas, Texas, is successfully building a diverse and established career playing a variety of roles in television, film and animated series. Sean began his acting career starring as Jamie Martin on the Emmy award winning daytime soap, All My Children (ABC).Sean starred in 13 Going On 30 (Sony Pictures) with Jennifer Garner; Surviving Christmas (DreamWorks) with Ben Affleck; Seabiscuit (Universal) with Toby Maguire; series regular on hit animated series Foster's home for Imaginary Friends (Cartoon Network) and Rocket Power (Nick). Sean has recently guest starred on Still Standing (CBS) and is the voice of Spiderman in 'Ultimate Spiderman' Electronic video game (Activision).Sean has an impressive list of television credits to name a few, series regular on Hidden Hills (NBC) and guest starred on hit shows such as Without A Trace (CBS); Touched By An Angel (CBS); The Guardian (CBS); Judging Amy (CBS); Strong Medicine (Lifetime) and All My Children (ABC).Sean's upcoming projects include Grilled (New Line Cinema) film directed by Jason Ensler. Sean stars as Burt Reynold's son who is getting Bar Mitzvah'd and at the request of his father, "becomes a man", with the help of a 19 year-old call girl in the back of a limo, on the way to the ceremony.Sean is the youngest of the three Marquette brothers. Sean says his older brother Chris Marquette is his inspiration. Sometimes they audition for the same role. They help each other and enjoy the healthy competition. Acting soothes Sean's mind and body by allowing him to express himself. He feels what separates him from other actors is his ability not to limit himself when he acts.Sean's favorite actor is Tom Hanks because he comes across as a regular normal guy. He admires Johnny Depp's sense of style, Denzel Washington's down to earth demeanor, Benicio Del Toro, strong, silent type persona. Sean's favorite movie is The Pianist. His favorite role in a movie is Jim Carrey in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless MindIn his spare time Sean enjoys reading, computers and movies. He successfully juggles school and his acting career. Sean participates in several charity events. His favorite pastimes are the pursuit of his Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do and beating his brothers in a game of Diablo on the computer.Sean's huge success on the animated series Fosters resulted in Sean presenting at the 2004 TEAM Awards Show and 32nd Annual Annie Awards. The Marquette brothers Sean, Christopher and Eric live in Los Angeles.
Matt BushBirth date: 22 March 1986Description: Matt Bush was born on March 22, 1986. He is an actor and writer, known for Adventureland (2009), The Goldbergs (2013) and Trouble with the Curve (2012).
Colin HanksBirth date: 24 November 1977, Sacramento, California, USADescription: Colin Lewes Hanks is an American actor. He was born in Sacramento, California, to actors Samantha Lewes and Tom Hanks. Colin is best-known for his work as "Jack Bailey" in the series, The Good Guys (2010) and as "Alex Whitman" in Roswell (1999). Hanks' best-known film role may be in the teen movie, Orange County (2002), with Jack Black and John Lithgow. His best-known television role was "Alex Whitman", the love interest of Katherine Heigl in the science fiction series, Roswell (1999) between 1999 and 2001. Hanks also made an appearance in an episode of The O.C. (2003). He appeared in part eight of the HBO mini-series, Band of Brothers (2001).
Adhir KalyanBirth date: 4 August 1983, Durban, South AfricaDescription: Born in 1983 and raised in Durban, South Africa, Adhir Kalyan moved to London to pursue an acting career. He appeared as a guest star on the BBC series Holby City (1999) and Spooks (2002). Kalyan's first leading role was in the CW's comedy series Aliens in America (2007), in which he played Raja, a devout Pakistani Muslim exchange student in Medora, Wisconsin, who tried to assimilate to the foreign culture there while staying true to his beliefs.
Mykelti WilliamsonBirth date: 4 March 1957, Saint Louis, Missouri, USADescription: Perhaps best remembered for his touching performance as "Bubba" opposite Tom Hanks in the Academy Award-winning Forrest Gump (1994), Mykelti Williamson is one of the most sought-after actors in Hollywood, who has been steadily honing his craft since he first began acting professionally at the age of 18.This past fall Williamson starred as Lt. Philip Gerard, the hardnosed detective determined to recapture escaped convict Dr. Richard Kimble (Tim Daly) in CBS' update of the classic 1960's action series The Fugitive (2000).The son of an Air Force Staff Sergeant (father) and certified public accountant (mother), Williamson was born in St. Louis, MO, and began performing on the stage at the age of 9. Like many youngsters, he was enamored with the concept of television, and thought that the images he was seeing on the small screen were reality. It wasn't until his mother put him in a church play that he realized that what the people on the small screen were doing was performing. He was instantly hooked. At the age of 15, Williamson and his family settled in Los Angeles. A superb athlete, he excelled at both football and basketball, but the acting bug led him to quit sports and dance with the cheerleading squad, much to the chagrin of his coaches.Following graduation, Williamson began acting professionally, making appearances on television shows such as Starsky and Hutch (1975), Hill Street Blues (1981) and China Beach (1988), among others. He made his film debut in the Walter Hill-directed feature Streets of Fire (1984), opposite Diane Lane, Michael Paré and Willem Dafoe.He would subsequently appear in the feature The First Power (1990) with Lou Diamond Phillips, Miracle Mile (1988) with Anthony Edwards and Mare Winningham, Number One with a Bullet (1987), Wildcats (1986) and Free Willy (1993).Following his critically acclaimed performance in Forrest Gump (1994), Williamson starred in Forest Whitaker's Waiting to Exhale (1995); partnered with Al Pacino in Michael Mann's Heat (1995); Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home (1995), and starred alongside Nicolas Cage in Con Air (1997).Williamson was also seen in Mike Nichols' political drama Primary Colors (1998) (a cameo appearance which he did as a personal favor to Nichols and John Travolta) and Three Kings (1999), opposite George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg and Ice Cube.In 1996 Williamson returned to television when he starred opposite Delroy Lindo and Blair Underwood in the critically acclaimed HBO telefilm Soul of the Game (1996) and received rave reviews for his stirring portrayal of legendary Negro League baseball legend Josh Gibson. Williamson also starred in Buffalo Soldiers (1997) for TNT and 12 Angry Men (1997) for Showtime, as well as starring in the cable network's series The Hoop Life (1999).On stage Williamson starred with Samuel L. Jackson, D.B. Sweeney, Ellis Williams, Matt McGrath and Richard Reilly in Clark Gregg's ("What Lies Beneath") 1995's ensemble drama "Distant Fires", which earned the cast a prestigious L.A. Theatre Award.An avid sports fan and devoted family man, Williamson enjoys restoring classic cars and rodeoing in his free time. He currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two of his three daughters.Named by his grandfather for 'Spirit' or 'Silent Friend' in the language of Blackfeet Indians, Mykelti Williamson has quietly built a reputation in Hollywood as one of the most consistently proven actors in the business, delivering stirring and honest performances that always capture audiences.
Michael ChiklisBirth date: 30 August 1963, Lowell, Massachusetts, USADescription: Educated at Boston University's School for the Arts, majoring in acting, before moving to New York City. Michael has numerous theater credits including the roles of Stanley in A Streetcar Named Desire and Touchstone in Shakespeare's As You Like It.
Luis ChávezBirth date: 30 August 1963, Lowell, Massachusetts, USADescription: Luis Chavez got his start in acting in the late 1990s, when he appeared as a guest in an episode of the short-lived medical drama "L.A. Doctors". In 1999, he made his film debut, playing a supporting role in the independent drama release "Bellyfruit". Most of his work is in television, with guest roles in programs such as "Angel", "Monk", "Malcolm in the Middle", "ER", "Sleeper Cell","Weeds" and most recently, "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles", where he played the recurring role of Morris, the high school best friend of John Connor (Thomas Dekker).Chavez has also starred in several high-profile films. He played two roles in the crime thriller "Ocean's Thirteen",appeared alongside Larry the Cable Guy in the war comedy "Delta Farce" and in the Kim Basinger indie thriller "While She was out". His work in the short film "A Day's Work" earned him several awards, including Best Actor honors at the Gen Art Film Festival in 2008. His first regular television role is in the ensemble drama "Crash", a remake of the Oscar-winning film of the same name. There, he plays the role of Cesar Uman, a poor Guatemalan who attempts to break (illegally) to the United States through its border with Mexico
Max Van VilleBirth date: 13 January 1987, USADescription: DJ Van Ville born and raised in the city Streets of LA, also a citizen to Berlin, speaks English and German. He began with making a name for himself in the acting world, getting roles and scenes along side Billy Bob Thornton, Owen Wilson, Martin Lawrence, Adrien Brody, Sean William Scott, etc.With the popularity of him growing as a DJ in the Hollywood scene since 2004, he has really cultivated his personal style to include mixes of everything from Indie Dance, Nu Disco, Electro, Funk, Soul, Rock from the 50's, 60's, 70's, 80's, 90's and psychedelic tunes, to oldies, reggae, Disco, Funk and Soul.Being exposed at a young age to some of the most exclusive clubs/events in LA was a true inspiration to Max. He learned how to rock both Club oriented crowds and Music aficionado crowds, everything from Oldies, soul, funk, reggae and electro while still be able to master the needs of the masses & getting people addicted to his kind of music taste. Angeleno Magazine just awarded Max with an article in their "Mens Issue" as the DJ OF LA.
Brett KellyBirth date: 30 October 1993, Vancouver, British Columbia, CanadaDescription: Brett Kelly was born on October 30, 1993 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada as Brett Edward Kelly. He is an actor, known for Bad Santa (2003), Trick 'r Treat (2007) and Bad Santa 2 (2016).
J.J. SoriaBirth date: 30 October 1993, Vancouver, British Columbia, CanadaDescription: With distinguished roles in a variety of projects, Joseph Julian (J.J.) Soria is proving that he possesses the talent, energy and experience to bring memorable characters to life on the small and silver screen. Most recently, Soria was bumped up as a series regular on Lifetime's top rated series, "Army Wives," so this year, he continues his role as Private First Class "Hector Cruz." Although often cast as the bad boy, Soria has proven to have the chops to conquer many other roles, including comedic characters. His latest film Filly Brown (Olmos Productions), premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival as part of the U.S. Dramatic Competition to rave reviews. Soria plays the lead antagonist, 'MC Wyatt' opposite Gina Rodriguez (Go For It). The film hits theaters in April 2013 after a long awaited delay and much controversy around the loss of the film's supporting actress, Latin superstar Jenni Rivera. Filly Brown was the fourth film to premiere at the Sundance Film Festival for Soria, his other films include All She Can (2011), High School (2010), and Hamlet 2 (2008). Soria additionally has a lead role the indie film Mission Park in the pipeline for 2013. This past year, Soria had remained in demand as he most recently wrapped two films. He shot a lead role in Ten Cent Pistol, a neo-noir heist film and stars alongside Joe Manegna and Jena Malone. In addition, he shot the lead in Salvatore Totino's directorial debut film: Every Hero's Dream. Every Hero's Dream, which focuses on Soria's character: a bad thug who boasts about outsmarting law enforcement but later has to come to terms with his own impending death. The projects do not have release dates yet. Additionally, Soria's acting resume includes featured guest spots on many of today's notable television shows including "Dexter," "The Shield," "CSI: Miami, "Sons of Anarchy, "The Closer," "Bones" and "Southland." In film, Soria's credits include Fast and Furious and Crank: High Voltage, High School (2010) and All She Can (2011). In 2008, he was buzzed about as one of the hottest breakout actors tied to his role in director Andrew Fleming's Hamlet 2, starring alongside Steve Coogan and Catherine Keener. The film is, and still remains, the third highest selling independent film coming out of the Sundance Film Festival. In his spare time, Soria finds ways to contribute to causes that are close to his heart. In 2011, he joined the Tough Mudder Run in northern and southern California to benefit the Wounded Warriors Program, an organization that provides assistance to wounded U.S. Veterans and their families. In addition, Soria, regularly contributes to The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, and recently participated on their annual walk in honor of his friend who was diagnosed with the condition. Soria resides in Los Angeles, CA.
George BackBirth date: 30 October 1993, Vancouver, British Columbia, CanadaDescription: George Back is a producer and actor, known for Horrible Bosses (2011), Lions for Lambs (2007) and The IMDb Studio (2015).
Alicia SixtosBirth date: 27 May 1988, Alameda County, California, USADescription: Alicia Marie Sixtos born to Mexican father Genaro Sixtos and Portuguese mother Laura Angeja. She grew up in Hayward California playing sports and putting on plays with her sisters Casandra, Andrea, and Veronica. At the age of 11, Alicia began doing print modeling in hopes to save enough money for college. at the age of 14, Alicia and her sisters were presented with the opportunity to move to Los Angeles to pursue careers in entertainment which they quickly acted on. Shortly thereafter the Sixtos Family packed their bags and began to grow new roots in Hollywood.Soon after the move Alicia had her first booking in the film "Quinceañera" (2006) where she played Eileen Garcia, the well-to-do cousin of Magdalena and sister to Carlos. Quinceañera was a film that caught the attention of people world wide for its outstanding actors and unique story line as well as Alicia's heart and deeper found passion for acting.Alicia then made a goal to be in all her favorite shows and went on to land roles in Califonication, New Girl, Entourage, King of the Hill, CSI: Las Vegas and General Hospital.In 2012 she landed a role in one of America's favorite Marvel Films "The Avengers".In "The Custom Mary", Alicia plays lead character, Mary in a eye catching modern twist on the biblical Mary And Joseph story.In "High school" (2012); A stoner comedy, Alicia plays stoner, Sharky Ovante, a sassy punk cheerleader and love interest to Henry (Matt Bush).After a few years of playing smaller supporting roles, Alicia decided it was time for her to step forward and go after her leading lady role. In 2012 Alicia landed the role she always hoped for, Maya Martinez, a troubled girl running from a rough past and toward a better life in the Emmy Nominated and multi award winning Hulu original series, East Los High which is now going on it's 4th season.You can also find Alicia recurring in ABC Family's beloved teen show, The Fosters as Carmen Cruz, a juvenile delinquent in a girls group home run by Rita (Rosie O'Donnell).
Andrew WilsonBirth date: 22 August 1964, Dallas, Texas, USADescription: Andrew Wilson was born on August 22, 1964 in Dallas, Texas, USA as Andrew Cunningham Wilson. He is an actor and director, known for Rushmore (1998), The Royal Tenenbaums (2001) and Bottle Rocket (1996).
Camille ManaBirth date: 1 September 1983, Orange County, California, USADescription: Camille Mana made her New York theatre debut in the title role of "Asuncion" written by and starring opposite Jesse Eisenberg at The Cherry Lane Theatre. The Orange County native made her film debut in the Miramax film "Smart People" working opposite Dennis Quaid. She returned to university again in MGM comedy "College"alongside Drake Bell and Haley Bennett. Other features include "Cake" starring Jennifer Aniston, "Norman" starring Dan Byrd, Oscar-Nominee Richard Jenkins, Adam Goldberg, Sundance favorite "High School" starring Adrien Brody and Colin Hanks, and "Speed-Dating" with Chris Elliot. She was a series regular on long-running sitcom "One on One", opposite Kyla Pratt and R&B sensation Ray J.Between acting gigs, she produced "Equal Opportunity" a comedic satire. It won Best Film in NBC's First Annual Comedy Shortcuts Film Festival, and was an Official Selection of HBO/U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, South by Southwest, and many more. As a result, Camille earned a Development Grant. She since produced an NBC webseries based on this short film and co-produced the dramatic feature "The Things We Carry."Named one of the Ten promising Asian-Americans to Watch by East West Magazine, her acting accolades include the LAMDA Gold Medal with Distinction, honoring promising young American students. Camille completed her Economics degree at U.C. Berkeley in just six semesters. Mana recently played "Amanda" in the West Coast Premiere of Amy Herzog's Obie-Award Winning play "4000 Miles", named Time Magazine's #1 Play of the Year.
Erica Vittina PhillipsBirth date: 1 September 1983, Orange County, California, USADescription: Erica Vittina Phillips is an actress, known for Superbad (2007), The 40 Year Old Virgin (2005) and Step Brothers (2008).
Arcadiy GolubovichBirth date: 1 September 1983, Orange County, California, USADescription: Arcadiy Golubovich is a producer and actor, known for A Hologram for the King (2016), 99 Homes (2014) and High School (2010).
Julia LingBirth date: 14 February 1983, Southern California, USADescription: Most notably known for her work on prime time television on shows Buffy the Vampire Slayer, House (FOX), ER, Grey's Anatomy, The OC, 8 Simple Rules (Disney), The Deep End (ABC), and the critically acclaimed Aaron Sorkin series, Studio 60 On the Sunset Strip (NBC), Julia Ling starred as the popular "nerd-herder" Anna Wu on Chuck. This action-comedy garnered international support, and Ling was voted as "No.1 Woman of Geek Culture" by G4TV. After voicing the live action character "Izumi" for the video game, Command and Conquer (EA), Ling toured the world to raise money for charities. In the 2007 Jackie Chan Disciples martial arts competition, Ling was selected as a Finalist to compete in the International Top 100 and won "Best Acting Award" for her performance.As a dancer, her first award-winning solo performance aired on national television when she was 8 years old. At sixteen, she was selected as a State Finalist in the "Miss America Pageant" and was awarded by Congressman David Dreier for over one hundred hours of volunteer service to her local hospital. After nine years of playing the piano, Ling received a diploma from the Royal Board of Music. She graduated high school second in her class with a 4.0 GPA and perfect SAT scores, then went on to UCLA where she majored in chemical engineering and became Vice President of Engineering Society and honorary member of Society of Women Engineers. She also received the UCLA professional certificate in film producing.In recent years, Ling joined the star cast of FOX sitcom, I Hate My Teenage Daughter, voiced a sketch in Chinese for Conan O'Brien, performed opposite Academy Award winner Adrien Brody in the movie, High School, and directed some commercials. UCI awarded her the Anne Frank Researcher Award for her filmmaking efforts on a historical documentary.
Cody LongoBirth date: 4 March 1988, Littleton, Colorado, USADescription: Cody A. Longo is an American Film/TV Actor and Singer/Songwriter. The early stages of Cody's career began on stage before eventually making the move to Los Angeles, CA to pursue film and television. Cody has lead various films and TV shows since the start of his professional career in 2009. Some of the larger titles include Fame, Piranha 3d, Not Today, For the Love of the Money, Make it or Break It, Hollywood Heights, and Wild for the Night.Cody Longo is also known for being an American solo artist. Breaking into the Billboard top 100 charts in 2013 with his song "She Said" which also charted #3 on the iTunes top 100 along with his debut album.Cody is set to release his sophomore album along side of 4 films in 2016. Also is set to recur on ABC's "Nashville", "Secrets & Lies", and "The Catch"
Mary BirdsongBirth date: 18 April 1968, Long Beach Island, New Jersey, USADescription: Mary grew up in the small beach community of Long Beach Island, New Jersey. Mary graduated from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts where she earned her BFA in acting, and was also awarded the Stella Adler Award for Outstanding Achievement in Acting.Mary made her Broadway debut in "Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me" in 2006, for which she won the prestigious Theatre World Award. Mary also stared as rookie cop "Deputy Kimball" in Reno 911 on Comedy Central, and in the Fox feature film "Reno 911: Miami."She has performed in several shows on Comedy Central-- appearing regularly on the network in "Crossballs," Contest Searchlight w/Dennis Leary and "The Daily Show w/Jon Stewart." Mary has appeared in numerous TV pilots, including CBS' "Rubbing Charlie" (starring Scott Wolfe), a FOX sitcom starring James Caan and Jill Clayburgh, the role of "Connie" in CBS' "Welcome to New York" with Christine Baranski, and a co-starring role with Cheri Oteri in the sitcom pilot, "Loomis." Mary has appeared as a guest star on "Normal People" (FOX TV pilot with Tori Spelling), and "Talk To Me" (ABC sitcom w/Kyra Sedgwick). She has done guest spots on MTV's "Apt. 2F," NBC's "ED" & "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" & "The Howard Stern Show" on E!. As a writer/performer Mary created 25+ original characters in the NBC sketch comedy pilot, "Live On Tape". But Mary is no stranger to the legitimate stage.She trod the boards in the very UN-legitimate role of "Vixen Fox" (a porn star) in Elaine May's off-Broadway comedy "Adult Entertainment" with Danny Aiello and Jeannie Berlin at the Variety Arts Theatre in NYC. Other theatre roles include "Portia" in the Moonwork production of "Julius Caesar" in New York City, and "Victoria Fitch" in the musical "Palm Beach." She wrote and starred in the one-woman off-Broadway show "Judy Speaks" at the Ars Nova Theatre in New York City, and at Playhouse Merced in CA. She also wrote/starred in a series of one-acts for her alter-ego, the 1940s B-movie star Janet Lamé, who made her small screen debut on NBC's variety show "Late Friday." She has also performed her other one-woman shows "The Very Mary Birdsong Show" & "The Respectable Race" in L.A. at the HBO/WB Workspace and in New York @ PSNBC. Other film credits include "Beer League" (w/Artie Lange), "Pizza," "Le Chase," "Above Freezing," "Let It Snow," "In God's Hands," (starring Peter Sarsgaard) and "The Last Request" (starring Danny Aiello.)
Yeardley SmithBirth date: 3 July 1964, Paris, FranceDescription: Comic actress and voice specialist Yeardley Smith has made a virtue out of her odd looks, small figure and distinctive, child-like nasal tones. Lending vocal life to the animated role of "Lisa Simpson" - the intelligent, caring, saxophone-droning, vegetarian member of the Simpson family - has been her bread-and-butter job for over 20 years. She is American but was born in Paris, France where her father served as a correspondent with UPI. By the time she was two, she and her family had moved to Washington, D.C., where she was raised. A shy, introverted child, she started her pixie-like young career as a teenager at a nearby dinner theater where she played "Tinkerbell" in a musical adaptation of "Peter Pan". After receiving her high school diploma, she apprenticed for a time at the famed Arena Stage, then headed off to New York and bigger things.Yeardley understudied the role of "Debbie" on Broadway in Tom Stoppard's "The Real Thing", starring Jeremy Irons and Glenn Close, then took over the part for eight months. Small film offers started coming her way with Heaven Help Us (1985) and The Legend of Billie Jean (1985), so in 1986, she headed West and settled. After some work on the LA stage with "Boys and Girls/Men and Women" (1987) and "How the Other Half Loves" (1988) and a recurring role on the ground-breaking gay comedy, Brothers (1984), Yeardley won the part of daughter "Lisa Simpson". The animated character was launched on the sketch TV comedy series, The Tracey Ullman Show (1987). Two years later, she spun off into The Simpsons (1989) and still going strong after 20 years.Yeardley has made the TV rounds on-camera as well with amusing guest appearances on Dharma & Greg (1997), Murphy Brown (1988), Empty Nest (1988), Mama's Family (1983) and a regular role for three seasons as "Louise" on Herman's Head (1991). Other film supports include roles in City Slickers (1991), Jingle All the Way (1996) and As Good as It Gets (1997). In 2004, Yeardley performed front-and-center in her own one-woman autobiographical show entitled "More" in New York.
Curtis ArmstrongBirth date: 27 November 1953, Detroit, Michigan, USADescription: Curtis Armstrong was born on November 27, 1953 in Detroit, Michigan, USA. He is an actor and producer, known for Ray (2004), Dan Vs. (2011) and Southland Tales (2006). He has been married to Elaine Aronson since January 2, 1994. They have one child.
Alex BiatsBirth date: 27 November 1953, Detroit, Michigan, USADescription: Alex Biats is an actor, known for High School (2010), Pretty/Handsome (2008) and Madness (2006).
John BeardBirth date: 27 November 1953, Detroit, Michigan, USADescription: John Beard is an actor, known for High School (2010).
Barret SwatekBirth date: 3 March 1977, Birmingham, Alabama, USADescription: Barret Swatek was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama, the daughter of Bill and Lana Swatek. She was a competitive figure skater from ages five to 12, then began singing and acting in local theater. She attended The University of Arizona and finished at Loyola Marymount University with a degree in Film. Barret was chosen to play the lead opposite Jason Alexander and Wendie Malick in the mockumentary comedy On Edge (2001). The movie follows her character, "Veda Tillman", a champion figure skater, on her way to the Olympic Gold. Barret can also be seen on a weekly basis playing the role of "Cheryl" on the hit WB series 7th Heaven (1996). After the conclusion of "7th Heaven", Barret joined the cast of the groundbreaking series Quarterlife (2007) from Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick.In 2011 she joined the cast of the MTV hit comedy Awkward. (2011).
Rhys CoiroBirth date: 12 March 1979, Calabria, ItalyDescription: As a teenager, Coiro, a talented visual artist, spent summers building sets and operating lights at the New Jersey Shakespeare Festival. Inspired by numerous productions, including Julie Taymor's "Titus Andronicus" at Theater For A New Audience, Coiro decided to study theater at Carnegie Mellon University, where he eventually graduated with a BFA. He also spent time studying at The Moscow Art Theater in Russia. Coiro got his first professional gig as an understudy to three roles in the American premiere of Conor McPherson's off-Broadway play "This Lime Tree Bower" directed by Harris Yulin at Primary Stages. Within a month of graduating from CMU, Coiro landed the role of Eddie the Bellhop in the Lincoln Center revival of George S. Kauffman's "Dinner at Eight", directed by the late Gerald Gutierrez. Coiro then moved to Los Angeles and began working in construction, including a stint building a house with Nick Offerman. As recounted on Jerry Ferrara's podcast "Bad 4 Business", Coiro received the call that he'd landed his first on-screen acting gig, as Billy Walsh on "Entourage", while digging a hole for a deck in Echo Park. The role of Walsh was originally meant to be a guest star but soon evolved into an iconic character that has defined Coiro's career.
Wyatt RussellBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Wyatt Russell was born on July 10, 1986 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Wyatt Hawn Russell. He is an actor, known for 22 Jump Street (2014), Everybody Wants Some!! (2016) and Cowboys & Aliens (2011).
Mike EshaqBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Mike Eshaq is a producer and actor, known for Swamp People (2010), The Ed and Moe Show (2011) and CRIBS: Arab American Style (2007).
Heather Elizabeth ReganBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Heather Elizabeth Regan is an actress, known for High School (2010), Demoted (2011) and Foreign Exchange (2008).
Terri Lyn RodriguezBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Terri Lyn Rodriguez is an actress, known for High School (2010), American Dad! (2005) and Days of Our Lives (1965).
Robert Bailey Jr.Birth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Robert Bailey Jr was just three years-old when Family Circle magazine came to his school looking for children for an advertising campaign. Bailey landed the job out of hundreds of others, and by age six he already knew he wanted to be an actor.Born in Minneapolis, Bailey's film credits include M. Night Shyamalan's The Happening, starring Mark Wahlberg, Coraline with Dakota Fanning, From The Rough, starring Taraji P. Henson and Michael Clarke Duncan, To Save A Life, Dragonfly, starring Kevin Costner and Kathy Bates, Mission to Mars and What the #$*! Do We Know!?. Robert played the title role in Hallmark Hall of Fame's Little John, as well as starring roles in NBC's Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of 'Diff'rent Strokes' and VH1's Too Legit: The MC Hammer Story. For television, Bailey had recurring roles on The Parenthood, Diagnosis Murder and Becker, the latter of which garnered him a Young Artist Award. Bailey was also a series regular on Wanda At Large and had guest starring roles on E.R, The Practice, Touched By An Angel, CSI:Miami, and Memphis Beat to name a few. He is currently a series regular on NBC's new series, The Night Shift, where he plays Dr. Paul Cummings.
Kelli RasmusBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Kelli Rasmus is an actress, known for High School (2010), Retrospective (2015) and The Doll Web Series (2014).
Shirley BenyasBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Shirley Benyas is an actress, known for A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas (2011), Smooch (2011) and High School (2010).
Wallace BridgesBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Wallace Bridges is an actor, known for Flipped (2010), Conviction (2010) and Trust (2010).
Carl Harry CarlsonBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Carl Harry Carlson is an actor, known for Cedar Rapids (2011), Beyond the Mask (2015) and High School (2010).
Randy GodwinBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Randy Godwin is an actor, known for Youth in Revolt (2009), High School (2010) and Demoted (2011).
Mike EvansBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Evans Roland Samuel JR. "Mike" Passed was born in Oxford, Michigan to Reland (Mimi) Schreel Evans and Roland Samuel Evans, Sr. Many in the area will remember Mike as the cherubic-faced pharmacist in commercials for Arbor Drugs as well as in hundreds of other commercials, industrial films and regular theatrical films. Among his films were Gran Torino, Home Run Showdown, High School, Judicial Consent, and One Day in Dallas. His television credits include Walker Texas Ranger, General Hospital, The Young and the Restless, and The People's Choice Awards. A member of Aftra, Sag and Actor's Equity Association, Mike appeared at Michigan Opera Theatre, the Attic Theatre, Actors' Renaissance, Goodman Theatre in Chicago and Seaside Playhouse in Oregon. During the 40 years he worked with Grosse Pointe Theatre, Mike appeared in over 50 roles, from his first show A Funny Thing on the Way to The Forum, the hilarious Alfred P. Doolittle in My Fair Lady, the mean-spirited Bumble in Oliver, and the intense and troubled Willie Loman in Death of a Salesman. He enjoyed himself no matter what he did in the theatre. He served on the Board of Directors, and he won several awards. He was a noted Speech Pathologist in private practice for many years.
Linda BostonBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Linda Boston is an actress, known for Street Kings 2: Motor City (2011), The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations (2009) and Home Again (2015).
Nadine CrockerBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Nadine Crocker is an actress, model, writer, singer, songwriter. Recently, you may have seen her as Juliet in "Rodeo & Juliet", or as Zoe in gritty new Indie "Toy", or scaring the shit out of people with her flesh falling off as Marcy in Eli Roth's new remake of his original film "Cabin Fever". She is a gorgeous and talented actress with a chameleonesque ability to shape her character and bring it up off the page and into your memory forever. Nadine Crocker was born in Nashville, Tennessee and raised in the small town of Fresno, California. Nadine knowing she was destined for more then just an ordinary life dropped everything and moved to Los Angeles, California on her own at the young age of 17. A lot of images come to mind when picturing a beautiful young girl in pursuit of fame and success, but Nadine does not fit any normal mold. She is humble, loving, considerate, and would give you the shirt off her back if you needed it. Whether you follow Nadine's career now, or watch her perform down the road, rest assured no matter where it is, or what she is doing, she will take your breath away.
Clarence SmithBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Clarence Smith is an actor, known for High School (2010).
Ron AyersBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Ron Ayers is known for his work on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016), Jumper (2008) and Oz the Great and Powerful (2013).
Karl MurphyBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Karl Murphy is known for his work on High School (2010), In Search of Hugo (2010) and Halloween Ghost Story (2005).
Rachel QuaintanceBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Rachel Quaintance was born in Moorhead, Minnesota, USA. She is an actress, known for Superman/Batman: Apocalypse (2010), Camp Takota (2014) and High School (2010). She has been married to John Quaintance since October 25, 1997. They have two children.
Peter ToccoBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Peter Tocco is an actor and producer, known for Machine Gun Preacher (2011), Secrets in the Walls (2010) and High School (2010).
Mike WoodsBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Mike Woods is an actor, known for High School (2010).
Kerry BirminghamBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Kerry Birmingham is an actress and writer, known for High School (2010), Demoted (2011) and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016).
Kevin YonBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Kevin Yon is an actor, known for The Five-Year Engagement (2012), The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations (2009) and What If... (2010).
Sammy A. PublesBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Sammy A. Publes is an actor, known for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016), Stone (2010) and Cleveland Abduction (2015).
Rene SantanaBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Rene Santana is known for his work on Hostel: Part III (2011), High School (2010) and Pirate's Code: The Adventures of Mickey Matson (2014).
Billye ThompsonBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Billye Thompson is an actor, known for High School (2010), Beyond the Mask (2015) and The Citizen (2012).
David HerbstBirth date: 10 July 1986, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: David Herbst is an actor, known for Real Steel (2011), High School (2010) and Garage: A Rock Saga (2000).
John O'HurleyBirth date: 9 October 1954, Kittery, Maine, USADescription: John O'Hurley was born on October 9, 1954 in Kittery, Maine, USA as John Gerald O'Hurley. He is an actor, known for Santa Barbara (1984), General Hospital (1963) and Loving (1983). He has been married to Lisa Mesloh since August 14, 2004. They have one child. He was previously married to Eva LaRue.
Heather KleisnerBirth date: 9 October 1954, Kittery, Maine, USADescription: Heather Kleisner is an actress, known for High School (2010).
Directors of "High School"
John Stalberg Jr.Description: John Stalberg Jr. is a director and writer, known for High School (2010), Mr. Dramatic (2005) and Spanking Shakespeare.
Creators of "High School"
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John Stalberg Jr.Description: John Stalberg Jr. is a director and writer, known for High School (2010), Mr. Dramatic (2005) and Spanking Shakespeare.