Reece Thompson

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Date of Birth: November 22, 1988

A native of Vancouver, British Columbia, Reece Daniel Thompson made his feature film debut at the tender age of 13 in Lawrence Kasdan's horror/thriller Dreamcatcher (2003). Shortly thereafter, Thompson became one of Canada's busiest young actors, working on many of the locally shot films and TV series, including a regular role on YTV's sci-fi series Zixx: Level Two.

In 2007, Thompson starred in the HBO/Picturehouse film Rocket Science in the role of stuttering Hal Hefner. Rocket Science was the winner of the 2007 Sundance Dramatic Directing Prize and was also nominated for three Independent Spirit Awards.

Reece's critically-acclaimed performance in Rocket Science helped him secure a starring role opposite Bruce Willis in Assassination of a High School President. Following that, he went on to film the 2008 feature Afterwards, with John Malkovich.

Thompson's recent film credits include a leading role opposite Hilary Duff and Dwight Yoakam in Provinces of Night (2010), a supporting lead role opposite Uma Thurman in Ceremony (2010), and his lead role opposite Kat Dennings in Daydream Nation (2011).

He currently resides in Los Angeles.