Chatwin, Justin 1982–
CHATWIN, Justin 1982–
Teenage fan, Josie and the Pussycats, MCA/Universal, 2001.
Matt Soulsby, Taking Lives, Warner Bros., 2004.
Zack, SuperBabies: Baby Geniuses 2, Triumph Films, 2004.
Billy, The Chumscrubber, Newmarket Films, 2005.
Robbie Ferrier, War of the Worlds, DreamWorks, 2005.
The Invisible, Touchstone, 2006.
The Pornographer's Poem, 2006.
Producer, The Pornographer's Poem, 2006.
Television Appearances; Miniseries:
John Spencer, Christy, Choices of the Heart, Part I: A Change of Seasons, PAX, 2001.
John Spencer, Christy, Choices of the Heart, Part II: A New Beginning, PAX, 2001.
Clauson, Taken (also known as Steven Spielberg Presents "Taken"), Sci-Fi Channel, 2002.
Tyler McKay, Traffic (also known as Traffic: The Miniseries), USA Network, 2004.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Lawrence, The Incredible Mrs. Ritchie (also known as L'Incroyable Mme Richie), Showtime, 2003.
Television Appearances; Pilots:
(Unaired) Jeremy Creek, "Pilot," Smallville, The WB, 2001.
Dempsey, Prodigy, The WB, 2004.
Weeds, Showtime, 2005.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
J. T. Stanislaw, "Doctor in the House," Mysterious Ways, PAX, 2001.
"Grim Ferrytale," Glory Days, The WB, 2002.
Vinny Rose, "The News Stand," Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction, Fox, 2002.
Pete, "Harmony," Night Visions, Fox, 2002.
Shaun Martin, "Code of Silence," Just Cause, PAX, 2002.
Josh Wilson, "You Can't Miss the Bear," Weeds, Showtime, 2005.
Guest, The View, ABC, 2005.
Interview, August, 2005, p. 56.
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