ANTON YELCHIN (Charlie Bartlett) began acting at the age of nine. He made his film debut in the independent film "A Man Is Mostly Water," and has worked continuously in films such as "Hearts in Atlantis" with Anthony Hopkins (which earned him a 2001 Young Artists Award for Best Performer), "Delivering Milo" opposite Albert Finny and Bridget Fonda, "15 Minutes" with Robert DeNiro 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.
Yelchin recently completed production on location in Moscow on "Finding t.A.T.u" opposite Mischa Barton. He will soon begin production on "Middle of Nowhere" opposite Susan Sarandon for director John Stockwell and will then begin shooting the role of 'Pavel Checkov,' the Russian-born navigator of the USS Enterprise in Paramount Pictures' 11th film in the "Star Trek" franchise for director J.J. Abrams.
Yelchin most recently starred in Universal Pictures' "Alpha Dog," directed by Nick Cassavetes, based on the life of drug dealer Jesse James Hollywood alongside Justin Timberlake and Sharon Stone. He will next star in "Fierce People," opposite Diane Lane and Donald Sutherland and Sydney Kimmel Entertainment's "Charlie Bartlett," in the title role 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 mini-series "Taken," executive produced by Steven Spielberg.
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