Charlie Tahan Biography
Born: December 01, 1997
Date of Birth: December 1997
Charlie Tahan made his feature film debut at age seven in Trainwreck: My Life as an Idiot, portraying a young version of the lead actor, Seann William Scott. By the age of 12, he'd worked on many more films, ranging from independent features to blockbuster hits. He appeared in the Sundance Film Festival short High Falls (starring Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard) and shared the screen with Will Smith in the Warner Bros. feature film I Am Legend. He portrayed Diane Lane's son in Nights in Rodanthe, depicted an autistic child in the Lionsgate thriller Burning Bright, starred opposite Natalie Portman in Love and Other Impossible Pursuits and was seen at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival in Meskada. He also starred opposite Zac Efron in Charlie St. Cloud playing Efron's younger brother who dies then reappears as a ghost, plus did the voice-over for the lead character in Tim Burton's full-length version of Frankenweenie (2012).
On the small screen, Tahan has appeared in commercials in addition to a guest-starring role on the hit FOX television series Fringe.
When he is not busy filming, Tahan loves drawing, skateboarding, playing the guitar and spending time with his brother, sister and friends.