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Sammy Kahn

This article is about child actor Sammy Kahn. For composer Sammy Cahn, see Sammy Cahn.
Sammy Kahn
Born Samuel Aaron Kahn
(1991-03-14)March 14, 1991
Hollywood, Florida, USA
Occupation Actor
Years active 2000–Present

Sammy Kahn (born March 14, 1991) is an American film and television actor. He began acting in the late 1990s in community theater in the Miami, Florida area, culminating in a starring role in a local production of "Pinocchio" in 2000.[1]

Kahn was optioned for the FOX sit-com Malcolm in the Middle upon his arrival in Hollywood, California in 2001.[1] He has made appearances on episodes of the television shows The District (2002), Hidden Hills (2003), and Oliver Beene (2004),[2] as well as the FOX pilot for Loveland.[1]

Kahn's film work includes starring roles in Beethoven's 5th (2003) and Lenny the Wonder Dog (2005), and a minor role in The Celestine Prophecy (2006).[2]

Kahn was born March 14, 1991, in Hollywood, Florida. He attended Jacobson Sinai Academy, a Jewish day school, in Florida, and later was home-schooled by the Laurel Springs School.[3] After his sojourn in Hollywood from 2001 to 2005, he finished high school back home in Florida.

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External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Sammy Kahn webpage on TV.COM website
  • Sammy Kahn webpage on TVGUIDE.COM website
  • Media Kids Vids website
  • Sammy Kahn Homepage website
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