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Crawley, Amos 1981–

Crawley, Amos 1981–


Full name, Amos Rocco Crawley; born March 2, 1981, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Education: Graduated from Neighborhood Playhouse School of Theatre, New York City.

Addresses: Manager—Newton-Landry Management, 19 Isabella St., Toronto, Ontario M4Y 1M7, Canada.

Career: Actor. Began acting at the age of four; The Bridge Theatre Company (theater group), New York City, founding member; spent one season with Shakespeare by the Sea, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.


Film Appearances:

Voice of Alexander, Babar: The Movie (animated; also known as Le triomphe de Babar), New Line Cinema, 1989.

Rod, Billy Madison, Universal, 1995.

Brandon Ward, Rent-a-Kid, 1995.

Voice of Uncle Arthur, Babar: King of the Elephants (animated; also known as Babar—Koenig der Elephanten and Barbar, roi des elephants), HBO Home Video, 1999.

John, The Virgin Suicides (also known as Sofia Coppola's "The Virgin Suicides"), Eternity Pictures, 1999.

Television Appearances; Series:

Voice of Alexander, Babar (animated), 1989–91.

Starvin Marvin and Bernie Sagittarius "Sag" Chearney, Ready or Not (also known as Les premieres fois), Showtime, 1993.

Voice of Arnold and others, The Magic School Bus (animated; also known as Scholastic's "The Magic School Bus"), PBS, 1994–95.

Voice of Owl, Little Bear (animated; also known as Maurice Sendak's "Little Bear"), Nickelodeon, 1995.

Russle, Stickin' Around, Fox, 1996.

Randy Stephens, Traders, CTV and Lifetime, 1997–2000.

Voice of Elmtail, Mattimeo: A Tale of Redwall (animated; also known as Brian Jacques' "Mattimeo: A Tale of the Redwall"), Teletoon and PBS, 2000.

Voice of Martin, Martin the Warrior: A Tale of Redwall (animated), Teletoon and PBS, 2001.

Simon, Girlstuff/Boystuff, Nickelodeon, 2002.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Jan Hooft, The Little Kidnappers, The Disney Channel, 1990.

Gregory, A Little Piece of Heaven, NBC, 1991.

Owen Jordan, Lives of Girls & Women, 1994.

Arthur Jones (some sources cite Arthur Darlington), Night of the Twisters, Family Channel, 1996.

John Reed, Jr., Jack Reed: Death and Vengeance, NBC, 1996.

Peter, The Sandy Bottom Orchestra, Showtime, 2000.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Robin Davies, Heaven on Earth, PBS, 1987.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Young Harrison, "A Time to Reap," War of the Worlds, syndicated, 1990.

Sam McLeod, "But Not Forgotten," Street Legal, 1993.

Ethan Wood, "The Tale of the Ghastly Grinner," Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Nickelodeon, 1994.

Chuck Green, "The Haunted Mask: Parts 1 & 2," Goosebumps (also known as Ultimate Goosebumps), Fox, 1995.

Will, "The Werewolf of Fever Swamp: Parts 1 & 2," Goosebumps, Fox, 1996.

Chuck, "The Haunted Mask II: Part 1," Goosebumps (also known as Ultimate Goosebumps), Fox, 1996.

Corey Stillman, "Fire Within/Fate," PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal, syndicated, 1997.

Moose, "Finders Keepers for Franklin/Franklin's New Friend," Franklin, 1997.

Musician 1, "People Who Fight Too Much," Twitch City, Fox Family, CBC, and Bravo, 1998.

Josh Strong, "Sixteen Candles," Twice in a Lifetime, PAX and CTV, 1999.

Icarus, "Daedalus and Icarus," Mythic Warriors, 1999.

Doug Willis, "The Case of the Falling Star," The Adventures of Shirley Holmes, 2000.

Voice, Elliot Moose, PBS, 2000.

Also appeared as Stanley Zito, "Cool Book," Flash Forward; in Kids in the Hall; X-Men (animated).

Stage Appearances:

Ben, Seascape with Sharks and Dancer, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2001.

Lamachos, Acharnians, Hellenic Festival, New York City Public Library, New York City, 2004.

Bent, Schapiro Theatre, New York City, 2004.

Jim, Plunge, Theatre 54, New York City, 2005.

Never Swim Alone, Bridge Theatre Company, New York City, 2005.

Also appeared as Jacob, Salt Water Moon; Mazon, Killer's Head; appeared in Samuel the Fourth, New York City; Wonder of the World, New York City; The Widening Jyre; Killer's Head; Dark of the Moon; The Snow Queen.

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