ANTON YELCHIN (Zack Mazursky) began to act professionally in 1999 at the
mere age of nine. He made his film debut in the independent film A Man Is Mostly
Water, and has worked continuously since then in films such as Hearts in Atlantis with
Anthony Hopkins (which earned him a 2001 Young Artist Award for best performer);
Delivering Milo, opposite Albert Finney and Bridget Fonda; 15 Minutes with Robert De
Niro and Ed Burns; A Time for Dancing with Peter Coyote; and Along Came a Spider
with Morgan Freeman. He also starred in David Duchovny's feature directorial debut,
House of D, with Robin Williams, for which he earned a Breakthrough Award from
Hollywood Life for his performance.
Anton will next be seen in Lionsgate's Fierce People, opposite Diane Lane and
Donald Sutherland, and MGM and Sidney Kimmel Entertainment's Charlie Bartlett,
opposite Hope Davis and Robert Downey Jr.
On television, Yelchin starred in Showtime's original drama Huff as Byrd, Hank
Azaria's teenage son. Yelchin has had a number of prominent guest-starring roles on TV
shows, such as ER, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Without a Trace, The Practice, Judging Amy
and NYPD Blue.
His other television credits include the Showtime original film Jack, alongside
Ron Silver and Stockard Channing; the Disney musical telefilm Geppetto, with Drew
Carey; and the USA Network miniseries Taken, executive-produced by Steven Spielberg.
In his spare time, Yelchin enjoys honing his skills on the guitar and piano.
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