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Eleven-year-old HALEY JOEL OSMENT (Cole Sear)is an award-winning actor who began his television and film career at age 5. He won his first honor, the Youth in Film Award, for his role as Forrest, Jr. in the Oscar -winning feature film, Forrest Gump. He then went on to win the prestigious Young Star Award for his role in TNT's film, Last Stand at Saber River, which starred Tom Selleck.

His television career began as a series regular on "Thunder Alley," starring opposite Edward Asner. He went on to co-star as Matt Foxworthy on "The Jeff Foxworthy Show," and then appeared as Avery Brown on the long-running series "Murphy Brown."

Osment's earlier television credits include the Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation of "The Ransom of Red Chief" in which he starred opposite Christopher Lloyd, NBC's movie for television "The Lake," and guest starring roles on CBS's "Touched By An Angel," NBC's "The Pretender" and the CBS drama "Cab to Canada," in which he starred with Maureen O'Hara. More recently Osment captured audiences on a heartfelt episode of "Ally McBeal" where he played a dying boy who wanted to sue God. For this performance, he was submitted for Emmy consideration.

The young actor's feature film credits include Nora Ephron's Mixed Nuts, Jason Alexander's directorial debut For Better or Worse, and Norman Jewison's Bogus, in which he starred opposite Oscar winner Whoopi Goldberg and Gerard Depardieu. Osment recently completed filming the World War II feature, I'll Remember April.

Osment has also provided numerous voices in both animated series and film. Most recently he was heard as the voice of Chip in Walt Disney's home video release Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas, and the soon to be released Disney home video The Hunchback of Notre Dame Deux.


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