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JOSH HUTCHERSON (Sean Anderson) has, at the age of 15, worked with many of Hollywood's finest actors and directors in his young career. He will next be seen in Paul Weitz's action adventure "Cirque du Freak,” with John C. Reilly, Salma Hayek and Ken Watanabe, and in the ensemble drama "Winged Creatures,” opposite Dakota Fanning and Jackie Earle Haley, with Guy Pearce, Kate Beckinsale and Forest Whitaker.

In the comedy "RV,” Hutcherson co-starred as Robin Williams' son for director Barry Sonnenfeld. He starred in director Todd Holland's action comedy "Firehouse Dog,” and opposite AnnaSophia Robb in the coming-of-age drama "Bridge to Terabithia,” for which he won his second Young Artist Award for Leading Young Actor and shared a Young Artist Award for Best Young Ensemble Cast.

Hutcherson won his first Young Artist Award for Leading Young Actor for his work in Jon Favreau's adventure film "Zathura: A Space Adventure,” with Tim Robbins and Kristen Stewart. He also starred in the critically acclaimed first-love romantic comedy "Little Manhattan,” from filmmakers Mark Levin & Jennifer Flackett, along with Bradley Whitford and Cynthia Nixon.

His other film credits include the comedy "Kicking & Screaming,” opposite Will Ferrell and Robert Duvall, and Hayao Miyazaki's Oscar-nominated anime adventure "Howl's Moving Castle,” for which he voiced the lead character. He shared the role of Hero Boy with Tom Hanks in the groundbreaking holiday hit "The Polar Express.”

Hutcherson's television credits include the TNT telepic "Wilder Days,” with Peter Falk, and the Animal Planet feature "Miracle Dogs.”

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