Nine-year-old Jonathan Lipnicki made his feature film debut at the age of five in the box office hit Jerry Maguire. His endearing portrayal of Ray Boyd earned Lipnicki the 1996 Best Child Performance of the Year award presented by the National Broadcast Film Critics Association. Additionally, his voice was featured in the blockbuster hit Dr. Dolittle.
Lipnicki was a series regular on the Jeff Foxworthy Show and had the starring role in the CBS series Meego.
After wrapping Stuart Little, Lipnicki began production on location in Scotland and Germany on The Little Vampire, based on the best-selling books by author Angela Sommer-Bodenburg.
A native Angeleno, Lipnicki lives in Los Angeles with his parents and 12-year-old sister. He enjoys school - particularly studying science - and his hobbies include skateboarding, basketball, playing the electric guitar, baseball and studying the martial arts. Lipnicki is a student of Vale Tudo fighting (extreme boxing) and has earned a yellow belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2000.
Jonathan Lipnicki Facts
|Birthday||October 22, 1990 (32)|
|Stuart Little 2|
|The Little Vampire|
|Edge of Salvation|