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Biography #2 (for Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle)

David Krumholtz recently appeared in the NBC drama The Lyon's Den starring Rob Lowe, and can also be seen in Universal's upcoming Ray Charles biopic, Ray, starring opposite Jamie Foxx.

Krumholtz recently reprised the memorable role of 'Bernard the Elf' in Tim Allen's sequel, Santa Clause 2. His film, Kill the Poor, recently debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival and will soon be released. Krumholtz left a lasting impression playing Nathasha Lyonne's brother in Slums of Beverly Hills, and as the schizophrenic patient who fatally stabs Kellie Martin's character, 'Lucy Knight,' on ER. Other feature film credits include appearances in The Mexican opposite Brad Pitt, Edward Burns' Sidewalks of New York, Scorched, Ten Things I Hate About You, Addams Family Values and Barry Levinson's critically acclaimed film, Liberty Heights.

Bio courtesy New Line Cinema for "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle" (25-Aug-2004)

Biography #3

David Krumholtz was recently seen on the big screen in the feature film The Slums of Beverly Hills. He made his screen debut in the Michael J. Fox comedy, Life With Mikey, in which he played Barry Corman, the obnoxious child star, and went on to play Christina Ricci's love interest Joel Glicker in Addams Family Values. His other films credits include director Ang Lee's The Ice Storm, and playing Bernard, the elf who guides Tim Allen through the North Pole workshop in The Santa Clause.

His numerous television credits include series regular roles on Monty, Chicago Sons, and The Closer starring Tom Selleck, as well as appearances on Union Square and Law & Order. Krumholtz made his Broadway debut at age 13 as Young Charlie in Conversations With My Father, appearing with Tony Award-winner Judd Hirsch.

Krumholtz recently completed shooting the feature film Liberty Heights for director Barry Levinson on location in Baltimore. He is a native New Yorker.

Bio courtesy Touchstone (01-Jan-2000)