|Profile||.||Jonathan Taylor Thomas, a young man on a popular weekly sitcom.
Jonathan was born on September 8, 1981 (Virgo) in Bethlehem, PA. When he was seven his family moved to Sacramento, California. Jonathan, or as he is also known, J.T.T. started making commercials, acted in stage plays, was Greg Brady's son on a "Brady Bunch" sequel, then came his role as Randy on "Home Improvement" and movie contracts.
J.T.T. is one of the major, major teen heartthrobs of the day. This boy has looks, blond hair, blue eyes, melting smile. You can get great pictures and posters of him in all the teen magazines. Jonathan thinks his fans are great and even tries to answer his fan mail whenever he can. Although Jonathan loves his success, he's just a down-to-earth, normal teen and would rather be treated like a friend and not as an untouchable star. So, if you ever meet him, remember that.
Jonathan is a vegetarian, doesn't like meat. He likes to date girls who aren't in show biz. His date at the Cable-Ace Awards was pretty, Nicki Hale, a schoolmate. He enjoys sports and just loves to fish.
J.T.T. is single (duh) and lives in LA with his mom and brother, Joel.
Speedway Junky - Jonathan will star in the independent film "Speedway Junky" in which he will replace Balthazar Getty. Jonathan will play the role of Steven, a street smart kid that tries to teach race car obsessed Johnny (Jesse Bradford) how to sruvive in Las Vegas. Also joining the cast is Adrienne Frantz of CBS daytime drama "The Bold and the Beautiful" who will be cast as a Vegas street kid. Jonathan will wrap production on the film by 8 August, well before he begins his junior year of high school. The feature film is directed by Nikolas Perry and also stars Daryl Hannah, Patsy Kensit, Warren G and Tiffani-Amber Thiessen. As reported in the Hollywood Reporter Thursday 6 August 1998.
Home Improvement - Jonathan will be leaving the long running ABC sitcom "Home Improvement" in the fall 1998 after the second installment.
Jonathan was the voice of young Simba in "The Lion King" and appeared in two other family favorites, "Tom Sawyer" and "Pinocchio".
In 1996 the ShoWest Convention awarded Jonathan Taylor Thomas the ShoWest Award for Young Star of the Year.
1997 - Wild America . . . Marshall StoufferTV
1996 - The Oz Kids . . . Scarecrow Jr.TV Appearances
1995 - America's Funniest Home VideosIf you'd like to write to J.T.T., send your letters to:
2040 Avenue of the Stars
Los Angeles CA 90067-4785 USA
18711 Tiffeni Drive Suite 17203
Twain Harte CA 95383-9657 USA
P.O. Box 7406
Studio City CA 91614 USA
|.||"Home Improvement" - TV series on ABC starring: Tim Allen (as
Tim), Patricial Richardson (as Jill), Jonathan Taylor Thomas (as Randy),
Zachery Ty Bryan (as Brad), Taran Noah Smith (as Mark), Richard Karn (as
Al), Earl Hindman (as Wilson), Debbe Dunning (as Heidi).
"I'll Be Home for Christmas" - 1998 Disney romantic comedy. Casting Jonathan Taylor Thomas. Director is Arlene Sanford. Shooting in Vancouver, BC, Alberta, California to started 20 April 1998.
"Speedway Junky" - Independent film. Casting: Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Daryl Hannah, Patsy Kensit, Warren G, Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, Adrienne Frantz. The feature film is directed by Nikolas Perry. Producer: Randall Emmett, Rodney Omanoff, George Furla. Filming to wrap up in August 1998.
"Walking Across Egypt" - 1999 release.
Cast: Ellen Burstyn, Mark Hamill, Kevin Pollak, Jonathan Taylor Thomas.
|Links||.||Home Improvement Official
Fan Club - Home Improvement Fan Club.
Movies Future - Upcoming movies, release dates, and official links to their web sites.
Movies Past - Links to the
official movie web sites for past movies.