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JIMMY BENNETT (Toe Thompson) is a multi-talented young actor, who also wrote and sings the song "Summer Never Ends,” which is heard over the end credits in "Shorts.” He recently played the young James T. Kirk in J. J. Abrams' hit sci-fi actioner "Star Trek.” He can also be seen this summer as a boy tormented by his adopted sister in Jaume Collet-Serra's horror film "Orphan.” Bennett next stars in the independent film "Alabama Moon,” directed by Tim McCanlies.

His additional film credits include "Trucker,” opposite Michelle Monaghan; "Diminished Capacity,” with Matthew Broderick and Alan Alda; "Evan Almighty,” with Steve Carell and Morgan Freeman; Wolfgang Petersen's "Poseidon,” alongside Kurt Russell, Richard Dreyfuss and Josh Lucas; "Firewall,” with Harrison Ford and Virginia Madsen; producer Michael Bay's "The Amityville Horror”; and "Hostage,” in which he starred with Bruce Willis.

The young actor made his feature film debut in the hit comedy "Daddy Day Care,” starring Eddie Murphy, and then appeared in Asia Argento's "The Heart is Deceitful Above All Things.” In addition, Bennett lent his voice talents to the animated holiday feature "The Polar Express,” starring Tom Hanks. He has also voiced characters for several popular children's movies, including "I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown,” "Fun with Roo (ABCs and 123s),” and "Springtime with Roo.”

Bennett also had a recurring role on the television series "Everwood,” and has appeared in the miniseries "Detective” and on such series as "CSI,” "Judging Amy,” "The Guardian” and "Strong Medicine.”

When not acting, Bennett enjoys playing the guitar and hanging out with his friends.

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