Eric Christian Olsen’s movies and TV shows
Olsen made his acting debut in a 1997 episode of Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction. After that, he appeared in the TV movies Black Cat Run (1998) and Arthur’s Quest (1999). In 1999, Olsen landed a recurring role in the television series Get Real. He played Cameron Green until 2000.
The following year, Olsen made his film debut in the movie Pearl Harbor. In 2005, he took on a recurring role in the TV series Tru Calling. He became known after appearing in the 2001 film Not Just Another Teen Movie. He is also known for his appearance in the 2009 movie Fired Up!
How Eric Christian Olsen’s mother knew he would be famous
During an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Olsen’s mother says she knew her son would be famous after she saw him perform in a school musical. She says his confidence and stage presence left a big impression on her:
The most amazing moment was when he was in fourth grade and he was in a musical. I didn’t know he could sing. And he comes out on the stage, and I’m so nervous. And he turns around and faces the audience and he puts his arms out and he starts to sing.
And I literally stood there with my mouth open because of his presence… He was just a natural. That’s when I knew there was something special about this kid.Jeanne Olsen, Entertainment Tonight
Chris O’Donnell’s movies and TV shows
O’Donnell made his television acting debut in a 1986 episode of the series Jack and Mike titled “Cry Uncle.” O’Donnell made his film debut in the 1990 movie Men Don’t Leave, in which he played the character Chris Macauley. The following year, he played Buddy Threadgoode in Fried Green Tomatoes.
O’Donnell’s other films include appearances in School Ties, Scent of a Woman, The Three Musketeers, Circle of Friends, Batman Forever, and Batman & Robin.
How Chris O’Donnell’s mother knew he would be famous
O’Donnell’s mother told Entertainment Tonight he used to change clothes multiple times a day, as if he was doing a wardrobe change for a TV show. It was almost as if he knew he was destined to become an actor.
“When he was 3 and 4 years old, he would change his clothes three times a day, so I figured he’s going to get into something,” says O’Donnell’s mother. “And I would just fold [the clothes], put them back in the drawer, and then he would get another set out.”
Eric Christian Olsen and Chris O’Donnell’s net worth
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