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Also in 1996, Smith appeared opposite Michelle Trachtenberg in Harriet the Spy.Smith subsequently starred in another direct-to-video film, Shadow Zone: My Teacher Ate My Homework, and appeared in three 1998 films: Krippendorf's Tribe, playing one of the children of the title character, The Climb, a drama also starring John Hurt, and the film Small Soldiers, in which Smith had a lead role opposite Kirsten Dunst, and for which he won a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film Leading Young Actor in 1999.Well, we have seen Brian flaring romance on the Television screen several times.His love with Jamie Clayton and Tuppence Middleton in ' Sense8' had won millions of heart those days.His earnings from brand endorsements, photo shoots, and other projects have also contributed to enhancing his net worth.The value of Brian is likely to increase in the further days due to his relentless work in the sector.He is perhaps best known for his role in the film Cheaper by the Dozen and its 2005 sequel, as well as his role as Brian in the 2000 Disney Channel Original Movie Phantom of the Megaplex.
and its 1996 sequel, Spellbreaker: Secret of the Leprechauns.
This has created a huge rumor that these two handsome fellows are gay. he holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. The actor attended the Quad C Theatre program at Collin County Community College in Plano, Texas. He completed his graduation from Juilliard School with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.
However, these actors have never said anything to explain the rumors. He has an excellent height of 6 Feet with the muscular body which enhances his personality.
During the 2000s, Smith appeared in the Mel Gibson-led The Patriot (2000), played outlaw Jim Younger in the western American Outlaws (2001), was featured in the short-lived 2001 CBS drama series Kate Brasher, and was cast in a lead role on The WB Television Network show, Everwood, which became a success and ran from 2002 until June 2006.
His role on the show was described by The Independent Weekly as "one of the best portrayals of a thoughtful, alienated teenager on television".