MIKO HUGHES (Simon), a young, up-and-coming actor, has
appeared in 10 films in the last 10 years. Following his acting
debut at the age of two in Stephen King's Pet Sematary,
Hughes received worldwide attention as the precocious student
who informs Arnold Schwarzenegger of the difference between boys
and girls in Kindergarten Cop. Hughes starred opposite
Danny DeVito in Jack The Bear, and had leading roles in
Apollo 13, Wes Craven's New Nightmare, Cops & Robbersons,
Spawn and Zeus and Roxanne.
Hughes' long list of television credits include "Full House,"
"The Parent Hood," "Touched By An Angel,"
"Melrose Place," "Picket Fences," "Doogie
Howser, M.D.," "Beverly Hills 90210" and the television
movies "Trail Of Tears," Dark Reflections and Burden
of Proof. A Native American whose name means "Chief"
in Chickasaw, Hughes has the distinction of being the youngest
person ever interviewed by Johnny Carson on "The Tonight
Show." In his free time, he is learning sign language and
is a beekeeper (he has 30,000 in his backyard beehive).
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