Known for movies
|Net Worth||$10 million|
|Date Of Birth||February 25, 1986|
|Fact||Brother of Lorne Berfield.|
Justin Tyler Berfield is an American actor, writer and producer. He is best known for his role as Reese Wilkerson on the television series Malcolm in the Middle.
Berfield was born in Agoura Hills, California, the son of Gail (née Sternberg) and Eric “Rick” Berfield. He has a younger sister, Ashley. His mother is Jewish and his father is of English, German, and Scottish descent. He was raised in a Reform Jewish household.
Berfield began his acting career at the age of five. He appeared in a commercial for Folgers coffee at that age. His first television appearance was on The WB sitcom Unhappily Ever After as Ross Malloy. He also appeared in an episode of the CBS drama JAG as a young cadet.
In 2000, Berfield landed the role of Reese Wilkerson, the eldest child of Hal (Bryan Cranston) and Lois (Jane Kaczmarek), on the Fox comedy series Malcolm in the Middle. The show ran for seven seasons from 2000 to 2006.
In 2005, Berfield co-starred in the independent film Pretty Persuasion, playing a manipulative high school student who falsely accuses her English teacher of sexual harassment. The film received mixed reviews from critics.
My dog just ran head first into a wall trying to keep his toy away from me. I win.
— Justin Berfield (@justinberfield) January 29, 2015
In 2007, Berfield guest-starred in an episode of the CBS procedural drama CSI: Miami as a college student who is suspected of murdering his roommate.
In 2009, Berfield co-starred in the independent film Special, playing a man with cerebral palsy who is institutionalized after he is accused of sexually assaulting a woman. The film received mixed reviews from critics.
In 2010, Berfield starred in the short-lived NBC comedy-drama series Love Bites as Judd Rouscher. The show was cancelled after one season.
In 2012, Berfield co-starred in the independent film Rufus as a man with cerebral palsy who is institutionalized after he is accused of sexually assaulting a woman. The film received mixed reviews from critics.
My thoughts go out to those affected by this tragedy. #manchester
— Justin Berfield (@justinberfield) May 23, 2017
Berfield has also appeared in episodes of the television series Without a Trace, Medium, Ghost Whisperer, and The Glades.
Berfield has written and produced several short films and web series. In 2014, he created, wrote, and produced the web series Imaginary Friend, which starred himself and his sister Ashley. The series was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding New Approaches Drama Series.
Berfield’s net worth is estimated to be $5 million. He has earned his wealth through his acting career and his work as a writer and producer.
|Full Name||Justin Berfield|
|Net Worth||$10 million|
|Date Of Birth||February 25, 1986|
|Profession||Film producer, Writer, Actor|
|Parents||Gail Berfield, Eric Berfield|
|Awards||Shorty Industry Award for Best Use of Video|
|Nominations||Shorty Industry Award for Best Viral Campaign, Shorty Industry Award for Best Consumer Brand|
|Movies||Blonde Ambition, Who's Your Daddy?, Max Keeble's Big Move, Invisible Mom 2, The Kid with X-Ray Eyes, Mom, Can I Keep Her?, Wanted|
|TV Shows||Malcolm in the Middle, Unhappily Ever After, The Mommies, Hardball, The Good Life, The Boys Are Back|
|1||If you always do, what you've always done, you will always get what you have always gotten.|
|2||(On his old neighborhood in the outskirts of L.A.) - "L.A. can be intense but the second you get over the hill into Calabasas, your stress level immediately drops because it's so peaceful and safe. Sometimes I really miss it."|
|3||On the set I'm really quiet. Instead of chatting it up between takes I'm always watching and listening. The wheels are spinning in my head all the time.|
|1||Recently relocated to Malibu, California where he has purchased a beachside condo. Still resides part time in Studio City, California when taping Malcolm in the Middle (2000). [December 2004]|
|2||Currently filming the latest season of Malcolm in the Middle. [September 2003]|
|3||Recently bought the house that was made famous in the hit reality series "Newlyweds" which starred Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey. The house, which is in Calabasas, California, was reportedly priced at $3.75 million; however, Berfield's reps would not disclose his offer. [January 2006]|
|4||Has known Pat Benatar's daughter Haley Egeana Giraldo since childhood.|
|5||Born on the same day as James Phelps and Oliver Phelps from the "Harry Potter" series.|
|6||Son of Gail Berfield and Rick Berfield|
|7||Founder of the production companies J2 Pictures and J2TV which he co-founded with business partner Jason Felts in 2004.|
|8||Grew up in Oak Park, Agoura, California.|
|9||In real life is younger than "Frankie Muniz", but plays his older brother on Malcolm in the Middle (2000).|
|10||Threw out an opening pitch at the Texas Rangers vs. New York Yankees baseball game on May 22nd, 2004.|
|11||Donated $100,000 dollars to the Ronald McDonald House World's Children's Day benefit in 2002.|
|12||On February 7, 2004, (two weeks before his 18th birthday) when he finished shooting the 100th episode of Malcolm in the Middle (2000), he became the youngest person in television history to have shot 100 episodes of 2 different television shows. Unhappily Ever After (1995) was the other television show on which he appeared in over 100 episodes.|
|13||He was named a National Youth Ambassador for the years 2000-2002 for Ronald McDonald House Charities.|
|14||Brother of Lorne Berfield.|
|15||Auditioned for the role as Anakin Skywalker in Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999).|
|16||Is a third-degree red belt in Tang Soo Do karate.|
|Sons of Tucson||2010||TV Series||Barry|
|Malcolm in the Middle||2000-2006||TV Series||Reese|
|The Fairly OddParents||2004||TV Series||Ving|
|Kim Possible||2002-2004||TV Series||Gill / Gil|
|Who's Your Daddy?||2004||Video||Danny Hughes|
|The Nightmare Room||2001||TV Series||Josh Ryan|
|Max Keeble's Big Move||2001||Caption Writer|
|Invisible Mom II||1999||Video||Eddie Brown|
|The Kid with X-ray Eyes||1999||Video||Bobby Taylor|
|Unhappily Ever After||1995-1999||TV Series||Ross Malloy|
|Mom, Can I Keep Her?||1998||Video||Timmy Blair|
|Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man||1996||TV Series|
|The Mommies||1994-1995||TV Series||Jason Booker|
|The Boys Are Back||1994||TV Series||Timmy Flint|
|The Good Life||1994||TV Series||Bob Bowman|
|Making the Game for RED Presented by Coca-Cola||2012||TV Movie documentary executive producer|
|Departure Date||2012||Short producer|
|Virgin Produced: Comedy Vault||2012||TV Movie executive producer|
|An Invisible Sign||2010||executive producer|
|Sons of Tucson||2010||TV Series executive producer - 13 episodes|
|The Pet Detective||2007||TV Movie executive producer|
|Romance & Cigarettes||2005||co-producer|
|Filthy Rich: Cattle Drive||2005||TV Series executive producer|
|Malcolm in the Middle||2002-2004||TV Series performer - 3 episodes|
|The Pet Detective||2007||TV Movie|
|Filthy Rich: Cattle Drive||2005||TV Series creator|
|3 Ninjas||1992||special thanks|
|TV Land Confidential||2007||TV Series documentary||Himself - Interviewee|
|The 7th Annual Family Television Awards||2005||TV Special||Himself|
|Ultimate Toy Awards 2004||2004||TV Special documentary||Presenter|
|The Sharon Osbourne Show||2004||TV Series||Himself|
|Young Hollywood Awards||2003||TV Special documentary||Himself|
|Total Access 24/7||2001||TV Series||Himself|
|The Teen Choice Awards 2000||2000||TV Special||Himself|
|The 14th Annual American Comedy Awards||2000||Himself|
|2003||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Ensemble in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama)||Malcolm in the Middle (2000)|
|2000||YoungStar Award||YoungStar Awards||Best Young Ensemble Cast - Television||Malcolm in the Middle (2000)|
|2003||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) - Supporting Young Actor||Malcolm in the Middle (2000)|
|2002||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a Feature Film - Supporting Young Actor||Max Keeble's Big Move (2001)|
|2002||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Ensemble in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama)||Malcolm in the Middle (2000)|
|2001||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Ensemble in a TV Series (Drama or Comedy)||Malcolm in the Middle (2000)|
|1999||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series - Supporting Young Actor||Unhappily Ever After (1995)|
|1999||YoungStar Award||YoungStar Awards||Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Comedy TV Series||Unhappily Ever After (1995)|
|1998||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series - Supporting Young Actor||Unhappily Ever After (1995)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia