(End of October to November 2011) Stage Play: RED - playing Ken, Suzanne Roberts, Philadelphia, PA, USA
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Age is definitely a factor because, at this age, you're very age-specific. As a younger kid, you can play a wider variety of ages. As a younger kid you can play a wider variety of ages, I guess, because the voice hasn't changed and there's a physicality that progresses as you get older. Now you can't play a 17-year-old when you're a 15-year-old, whereas when you're 10 you can play 8 or even 12. ...
He took a two-year break from filming after making A.I. Artificial Intelligence
(2001), before making a brief comeback with Secondhand Lions
(2003), but he had plenty of commitments during those two years of absence from the screen. His work included making promotional tours for AI during the summer holiday in 2001, making TV appearances, and doing voice-over work.