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Aaron Michael Metchik

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Aaron Michael Metchik
Born (1980-04-22) April 22, 1980 (age 40)
OccupationActor, writer, director
Years active1991 – 1999
2009 – 2012

Aaron Michael Metchik (born April 22, 1980), also credited as Aaron Metchik, is an American actor, writer, and director, known for his role as Steven Floyd Torkelson on The Torkelsons[1][2][3] and as Jeremy in Trading Mom.

Biography

Metchik's acting debut was as Steven Floyd Torkelson from 1991-1992 on the Oklahoma-set series The Torkelsons. When the show was spun off into Almost Home the next year, two of the five children were inexplicably written off the show, including Metchik's character. Since then, Metchik has had several guest-starring roles on television, as well as various roles in movies, his largest role being that of Alan Gray in the 1995 movie The Baby-Sitters Club, the adaptation of the popular novel series. He has also had various voice roles, including a recurring role of Jack Pumpkinhead Jr. in several straight-to-video The Oz Kids films, and that of Ithicles in the 1997 Disney movie Hercules. In 1999, Metchik made his directorial debut with the short film Jenny, which won the 2000 Reel Frontier Award for Best Long Short Take. He wrote, produced, directed, and starred in Ten Years Later, a film scheduled for release in 2009.

Metchick attended Shell Beach Elementary School and Judkins Middle School in Pismo Beach and Arroyo Grande High School in Arroyo Grande, California. His brother is actor Asher Metchik. His mother, Robyn Metchik, connected Zac Efron with a talent agent effectively launching Efron's career.

Filmography

Film and television
Year Title Role Notes
1991 Big Deals Brian TV movie
1991–1992 The Torkelsons Steven Floyd Torkelson Main role (19 episodes)
1992 The Magic Paintbrush Nib (voice)
1993 Wild Palms Peter TV mini-series
1993 When Love Kills: The Seduction of John Hearn Sky TV movie
1994 Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman Nick Episode: "Orphan Train"
1994 Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man (voice) Episode: "Ride the High School"
1994 Trading Mom Jeremy Martin
1994 Aaahh!!! Real Monsters Kid #3 (voice) Episode: "The Switching Hour"
1995 VR.5 Stuart Fischer Episode: "Dr. Strangechild"
1995 The Baby-Sitters Club Alan Gray
1995 Life with Louie The Lanza Triplets (voice) episode: "Lake Winnibigoshish"
1996 ABC Afterschool Specials Todd Episode: "Me and My Hormones"
1996 Boy Meets World Jake Episode: "Life Lessons"
1996 Party of Five Othello Episode: "Spring Breaks: Part 2"
1996 Feeling Minnesota Young Sam Clayton
1996 The Oz Kids Christmas in Oz Jack Pumpkinhead Jr.(voice) Video
1996 The Oz Kids Return of Mombi Jack Pumpkinhead Jr.(voice) Video
1996 The Oz Kids The Nome Prince and the Magic Belt Jack Pumpkinhead Jr.(voice) Video
1996 The Oz Kids Toto Lost in New York Jack Pumpkinhead Jr.(voice) Video
1996 The Oz Kids Virtual Oz Jack Pumpkinhead Jr.(voice) Video
1997 The Oz Kids Journey Beneath the Sea Jack Pumpkinhead (voice) Video
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 1996
The Oz Kids Underground Adventure
Jack Pumpkinhead Jr. (voice)
Video
1997 Hercules Ithicles (voice)
1997 You Wish Mitch Episode: "Genie Without a Cause"
1999 Pumpkin Hill Alex
1999 The Practice Brent Jones Episode: "Lawyers, Reporters and Cockroaches"
2009 Dorm Life Terry Episode: "Marshall's New Plan"
2010 10 Years Later Adam Huffman
2012 More Than Stars Quinn

References

  1. ^ "Here's What The Cast Of '90s Cult Comedy Classic The Torkelsons Are Up To Today". scribol.com. 2019-06-26. Retrieved 2020-04-09.
  2. ^ "Stills of Austin O'Brien as Logan Bruno and Aaron Michael Metchik as Alan Gray from the film The Baby-Sitters Club". imsvintagephotos.com. Retrieved 2020-04-09.
  3. ^ "See the Cast of 'The Torkelsons' All Grown Up". Zimbio. Retrieved 2020-04-09.

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