David Krumholtz

Krumholtz has most recenlty exploded into recognition for his role in the intelligent action hit series "Numb3rs", playing math genius Charlie Epps. However, he began his acting career at the age of thirteen appearing as 'Young Charlie' in the Broadway play "Conversations with my Father" alongside Judd Hirsch, Tony Shalhoub, and Jason Biggs.
It wasn't long after, that he transitioned into film, co-starring in the likes of "Life with Mikey" alongside Michale J. Fox, and "Addams Family Values", opposite Christina Ricci. He was nominted for a 1993 Young Artist award in the prior role. He then starred in the much-recognizable role of head-elf Bernard in "The Santa Clause" and "The Santa Clause 2: The Mrs Clause" which garnered him much attenion especially from children. He then went in to television, taking on numerous roles in such series as "Monty", "ER", "Law & Order", "Undecalred", "Lucky", "Chicago Sons", "The Lyon's Den", and "Freaks and Geeks", all the while still appearing in such critically acclaimed films as "The Ice Storm", "Slums of Beverly Hills", "10 things I hate about You", "Liberty Heights", "Sidewalks of New York" and as the lead opposite Milla Jovovich in "You Stupid Man", among many others.
Krumholts is good friends with most of the actors he has starred alongside with, especially Judd Apatow and his "Freaks and Geeks" co-stars. He is currently in a relationship with Vanessa Britting, and resides in Los Angeles, California where he films "Numb3rs".
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