Bud S. Smith

Bud S. Smith



Bud S. Smith is an American actor, best known for his roles in family-oriented comedies such as Home Alone, The Sandlot, and Freaky Friday. He has also appeared in numerous television shows and films, such as Law & Order, Grey’s Anatomy, and The Truman Show.

Born in Los Angeles, California, Smith began his career in 1989, appearing in a number of commercials and television shows. He made his feature film debut in the 1991 comedy Home Alone, playing a bully who torments Macaulay Culkin’s character. Smith’s performance earned him a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Young Actor in a Comedy Motion Picture.

In 1993, Smith had a memorable supporting role in the romantic comedy Sleepless in Seattle, playing a young boy who helps reunite Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan’s characters. He followed this up with roles in the family-oriented films The Sandlot and Freaky Friday. He also appeared in the popular television series Law & Order, Grey’s Anatomy, and The Truman Show.

In recent years, Smith has focused more on television work, appearing in recurring roles on the series Scrubs, Hart of Dixie, and The Mindy Project. He has also appeared in the films The Social Network, The Great Gatsby, and The Fault in Our Stars.

Throughout his career, Smith has earned critical acclaim for his performances, including a Critics Choice Movie Award nomination for Best Young Actor in a Comedy Motion Picture for his role in Home Alone. He has also received a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Performance in a Feature Film – Supporting Young Actor for his role in Sleepless in Seattle.

Off-screen, Smith is a passionate philanthropist, serving as a board member of the Sierra Club and a supporter of the Nature Conservancy. He is also an active member of the Creative Coalition, an organization dedicated to promoting public awareness on social and political issues.

With over 30 years of acting experience, Bud S. Smith has established himself as a talented actor in both film and television. His memorable performances have earned him critical praise, and his dedication to philanthropy makes him an admirable figure in Hollywood.

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