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Lukas Haas

Lukas Haas

Birthdate: April 16, 1976

?From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Lukas Daniel Haas (born April 16, 1976) is an American actor, known for roles both as a child and as an adult. His career has spanned more than 20 years during which time he has appeared in more than 36 feature films, as well as a number of television shows and theater productions. Description above from the Wikipedia article Lukas Haas, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full lis... ...detailed bio


Bookies (2003)

Three college students, Toby, Casey, and Jude, start up a bookie business taking bets from various clients. Their business immediately booms, arousing suspicion among local campus authorities and Toby's girlfriend, Hunter. They subsequently are able to purchase many expensive items such as big sc...

Lathe of Heaven (2002)

It starred James Caan, Lukas Haas, and Lisa Bonet. Unlike the 1980 adaptation, it discards a significant portion of the plot, some minor characters, and much of the philosophical underpinnings of the book.

Long Time Dead (2002)

The film begins showing people using a ouija board in Morocco. Throughout the scene, something is seen from first person perspective coming at high speed towards the people. The main film begins with four housemates (Rob, Liam, Stella and Spencer) deciding to go out and party. Also going to the p...

The Pearl (2001)


Zoolander (2001)

The dim-witted but good-natured Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller) is ousted as the top male fashion model by the rising star, Hansel McDonald (Owen Wilson), and his reputation is further tarnished by a critical article from journalist Matilda Jeffries (Christine Taylor). After his three flatmates and...

Running Free (2000)

Running Free takes place primarily in German South-West Africa (Namibia) during World War I. An Arabian mare gives birth to a beautiful chestnut foal during a voyage to Swakopmund for work in the copper mines. The foal is separated from his mother upon arrival at an unidentified mining town and n...

Breakfast of Champions (1999)

The film is a portrait of a fictional town in the Midwest that is home to a group of idiosyncratic and slightly neurotic characters. Dwayne Hoover (Bruce Willis) is a wealthy car dealership owner who is on the brink of suicide and is losing touch with reality.

David and Lisa (1998)

It was adapted as a stage play in 1967, and was remade as a television movie in 1998 starring Lukas Haas, Sidney Poitier and Brittany Murphy.

Johns (1997)

It's Christmas Eve and John (David Arquette) is asleep in a Los Angeles park. He awakens as someone is stealing his shoes, in which he keeps his money. He chases the thief but can't catch him. John is angered not only because those are his "lucky" sneakers but because he's trying to accumulate en...

Boys (1996)

John Baker Jr. (Lukas Haas) is a boy bored with his life at an upper middle class boarding school, and the prospect of his future running the family grocery store chain. He no longer sees the point in school, stating what's the difference if he gets a zero attendance for being three minutes late ...

Mars Attacks! (1996)

When Martians surround Earth with an armada of flying saucers, President James "Jimmy" Dale addresses America concerning the historic event. People around the country follow the story, including news anchors in New York, employees and guests at the Luxor Las Vegas hotel in Nevada and a trailer tr...

Everyone Says I Love You (1996)

The emotions of an extended upper-class family in Manhattan are followed in song from NY to Paris and Venice. Various friends/lovers/acquaintances/relatives act, interact, and sing, in New York, Venice and Paris. Young lovers Holden and Skylar in Manhattan; Skylar's parents, Bob and Steffi; Joe, ...

Leap of Faith (1992)

Jonas Nightingale is a faith healer, loosely based on televangelist Peter Popoff, who makes a living traveling across America holding revival meetings and conducting 'miracles.' He is helped by his friend and manager Jane and an entourage of fellow con artists. One of their trucks breaks down in ...

Rambling Rose (1991)

The film depicts the struggles of Rose (Dern) to stay employed with the Hillyer family and thus avoid the pitfalls of prostitution. As Rose enters the Hillyer family dwelling as a domestic servant, chaos ensues. Rose has a long history of being sexually abused and confuses overt and promiscuous s...

Convicts (1991)

Convicts is a 1991 film directed by Peter Masterson. It stars Robert Duvall and Lukas Haas.

The Ryan White Story (1989)

Ryan White is a teenage hemophiliac who discovers he has contacted AIDS through contaminated blood products, and is then barred from attending school in Kokomo, Indiana. Unfairly judged and emotionally abused by the community, Ryan and his mother engage the services of a high-powered attorney to ...

Music Box (1989)

Chicago defense attorney Anne Talbot learns that her father, Hungarian immigrant Michael J. Laszlo, is in danger of having his U.S. citizenship revoked. The reasons are that he stands accused of Holocaust-related war crimes. He insists that it is a case of mistaken identity. Against the advice of...

See You in the Morning (1989)

While Beth Goodwin (Alice Krige) is a happily married mother of two children - living with a pianist (David Dukes) - psychiatrist Larry Livingstone (Jeff Bridges) is living a New York life with his wife Jo (Farrah Fawcett) and their two young children. Three years later, Beth’s husband Peter sudd...

Lady in White (1988)

The film is told in flashback from the point of view of horror author Franklin "Frankie" Scarlatti on the way to his hometown, Willowpoint Falls. On Halloween 1962, Frankie (Lukas Haas), then 9 years old, is tricked by school jokesters Donald (Jared Rushton) and Louie (Gregory Levinson). He ends ...

The Wizard of Loneliness (1988)

A family drama.