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THOMAS DEKKER (Jesse) recently starred in the independent drama "Waska,” as well as Gregg Araki's sci-fi comedy "Kaboom.” Prior to that, Dekker appeared in Nick Cassavette's "My Sister's Keeper,” with Cameron Diaz, Alec Baldwin and Abigail Breslin. Dekker previously starred in the television series "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles,” playing the lead role of John Connor. The first and second seasons of the series premiered to number-one ratings and season one was Fox's highest-rated scripted series debut in over seven years.

Dekker recently starred in "From Within,” which premiered at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival. The film was the directorial debut of acclaimed cinematographer Phedon Papamichael, and focuses on the residents of a small American town who begin to die one-by-one in apparent suicides. Dekker directed behind-the-scenes footage of the movie for release as a short film on the DVD.

The actor wore multiple hats as producer, writer, director, editor and co-star in the film "Whore,” alongside Lena Headey, Megan Fox and Rumer Willis. The film centers around a group of teens living on the streets of Hollywood, trying to make it in the movie business.

On television, Dekker's credits include the hit series "Heroes” and three seasons as a lead character in the Disney series "Honey I Shrunk the Kids.” He has been acting professionally in both television and film since he was five years old, including a lead role in John Carpenter's "Village of the Damned.” In addition, his voice has been featured both speaking and singing in various animated films, including the "The Land Before Time” series, for which he voiced the lead character Littlefoot, and the sequels to "An American Tale,” as the voice of Fievel.


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