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Bobby Coleman grew up on film sets watching and learning from his older sister and actress Holliston Coleman, until at age six he wanted to join the "action" himself. By age 8, he had done a dozen national commercials and some guest-star roles. Then major lead roles began to be offered to Bobby in TV and film.
Now at age 10, Bobby has played in leads opposite Minnie Driver, Angie Harmon, William H. Macy, Annie Potts, Michael Keaton, Carol Burnett, Amanda Peet, Joan Cusack, and John Cusack.
Bobby's biggest role to date is the title lead in New Line Cinema’s MARTIAN CHILD, starring opposite John Cusack as an emotionally disturbed foster child who believes he is from Mars.
THIS IS AN EXCERPT FROM JOEL VETSCH'S INTERVIEW WITH BOBBY COLEMAN ON FEBRUARY 21, 2008. VISIT ONE OF THE WEBSITES BELOW FOR THE FULL HALF HOUR INTERVIEW (IN TWO PARTS).
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