Sexton Brendan III 1980–
SEXTON Brendan III 1980–
(Brendan Sexton, Brendan Sexton, Jr.)
Agent—Sally Ware, The Gersh Agency, 232 North Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210.
Independent Spirit Award nomination, best debut performance, Independent Features Project/West, 1997, for Welcome to the Dollhouse.
(As Brendan Sexton, Jr.) Brandon McCarthy, Welcome to the Dollhouse (also known as Middle Child), Sony Pictures Classics, 1995.
(As Brendan Sexton) Shoplifter Warren Beatty, Empire Records (also known as Empire and Rock & Fun), Warner Bros., 1995.
Boom (short film), 1996.
Bob, A, B, C … Manhattan, Alphaville Films/Open City Films, 1997.
(As Brendan Sexton, Jr.) Soldier, Arresting Gena, Fuel Films, 1997.
Blue Baxter, Desert Blue, Samuel Goldwyn, 1998.
Marcus, Hurricane Streets (also known as Hurricane and Hurricane Club), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1998.
Matt, Pecker (also known as I Love Pecker), Fine Line Features, 1998.
Mooney, Spark, Rosefunk Pictures, 1998.
Myth America, 1998.
Tom Nissen, Boys Don't Cry (also known as Take It Like a Man), Twentieth Century–Fox/Fox Searchlight Pictures, 1999.
Dez, Muse 6, 2000.
Voice of Herschel, Herschel Hopper: New York Rabbit (animated short film), Rumpus Toys, 2000.
Jeff, Session 9, USA Films, 2001.
Private first class Richard "Alphabet" Kowalewski, Black Hawk Down, Columbia, 2001.
Robbie, Winter Solstice, Paramount, 2004.
Daniel Symptom, This Revolution, Artists/Media Co–Operative/Guerrilla News Network, 2005.
Ludlow, Love, Ludlow, Washington Square Films, 2005.
(Uncredited) Store clerk, Hide and Seek, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2005.
Little Fugitive, Ruby Slipper Productions, 2005.
Ethan, The Secret, EuropaCorp Distribution, 2006.
Grant, Just Like the Son, 2006.
Oliver (musical), c. 1988.
Joshua, The Moonlight Room, Worth Street Theatre Company, Samuel Beckett Theatre, New York City, 2004.
Himself, The Essence of Combat: Making "Black Hawk Down," Columbia/TriStar Home Entertainment, 2003.
Time Out New York, September 11, 1996.
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