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No Small Affair
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Alex Rocco
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Demi Moore
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Angus T. Jones
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Howard Deutch
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Lex Luthor
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James Cromwell
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Jon Cryer

Knowledge Identifier: +Jon_Cryer

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Jon Cryer

American actor, screenwriter and film producer add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1965.

Countries: United States (75%), United Kingdom (8%), (8%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: No Small Affair, Alex Rocco, Demi Moore

Linked to: Bronx High School of Science, Daily News, Syfy, CBS

 

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Jon Cryer was born in 1965 add something


1980

Ann Wedgeworth - Throughout the 1980s, Wedgworth took many supporting roles in films such as "Killjoy" and "No Small Affair", playing Jon Cryer's mother in the latter film


1984

At age 19, Cryer appeared in the 1984 romantic comedy film "No Small Affair", in the lead role as Charles Cummings add something

 

Cryer made his motion picture debut in the 1984 romantic comedy "No Small Affair", but found greater fame in the 1986 John Hughes-scripted film "Pretty in Pink" add something

 

Tim Farriss - Farriss wrote and performed the song "Any Day But Sunday" on the soundtrack for the 1984 film "No Small Affair", starring Demi Moore and Jon Cryer

 

No Small Affair - "'No Small Affair"' is a 1984 comedy-drama film directed by Jerry Schatzberg and starring Jon Cryer and Demi Moore


1987

Viveka Davis - As a teen, her best-known film role was in the 1987 comedy film "Morgan Stewart's Coming Home" which she starred with Jon Cryer

 

K.d. lang - The song was used in the Jon Cryer film "Hiding Out" released in 1987


1989

In 1989, he got the lead role in the TV comedy series, "The Famous Teddy Z" add something

 

Alex Rocco - From 1989 to 1990, Rocco was a regular on the television comedy series "The Famous Teddy Z" in which he played "Al Floss", a slick cheesy Hollywood talent agent and foil to Jon Cryer in the title role, an ex-mailroom clerk turned superagent

 

Jane Sibbett - In 1989, she won the role of Laurie Parr on the CBS comedy "The Famous Teddy Z", co-starring with Jon Cryer and Alex Rocco


1993

In 1993, he was asked to audition for the role of Chandler Bing on "Friends", while doing a play in London add something


1995

In 1995, he was cast as Bob in the sitcom "Partners", which, like his prior show "The Famous Teddy Z", was canceled after its first season add something


1998

Los Angeles Film Festival - It debuted in 1998 at the Los Angeles Film Festival and gained positive reviews from critics add something


1999

Cryer married British actress Sarah Trigger in 1999, with whom he has a son, Charlie Austin add something


2000

In 2000, he was cast as the lead in a comedy series called "Trouble With Normal" add something


2003

Against the wishes of CBS executives , he was cast in 2003 to portray Alan Harper on the hit comedy series "Two and a Half Men" add something

 

In 2003, Cryer was cast as Alan Harper on the hit CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men", for which he won two Primetime Emmy awards in 2009 and 2012 add something

 

Holland Taylor - Taylor was nominated for an Emmy for her recurring role on AMC's "The Lot", and has been nominated four times since 2003, for best supporting actress for her role on the TV series "Two and a Half Men", playing Evelyn Harper, the snobbish, overbearing mother of Charlie Sheen's and Jon Cryer's characters


2004

Ryan Stiles - Since 2004, Stiles has been seen as the recurring character Dr. Herb Melnick in several episodes of the comedy "Two and a Half Men" which stars his "Hot Shots" co-star Jon Cryer and formerly Charlie Sheen


2005

Jack Canfora - In September, 2005, his play "Place Setting" was read in Los Angeles , directed by veteran film director Howard Deutch and starring Jon Cryer and Steven Weber


2008

During the 2008 presidential election campaign, Cryer attended a fundraiser hosted by the McCain campaign and, according to most news reports, endorsed Senator John McCain add something

 

In 2008, Cryer appeared with Laurence Fishburne and James Cromwell in the film "Tortured", and in 2009 co-starred with James Spader in the film "Shorts" add something

 

The mistake was made because in 2008 he attended events for both parties add something


2009

On September 29, 2009, Jon and Lisa announced that they adopted a baby girl, whom they named Daisy add something

 

Angus T. Jones - In October 2009, "Two and a Half Men" co-star Jon Cryer presented Jones with the *award for the Rising Star of 2009 at the Big Brothers Big Sisters Rising Star Gala


2012

Also in 2012, Joyner told Jeff Probst that when she and Cryer started dating, she wondered if he might be gay because "he never kissed me add something

 

When Cryer did not make a public endorsement for the 2012 race, his spokeswoman said that the 2008 report aligning him with the Republican Party was a "mistake" and that Cryer is "not really political add something

 

When "Pretty In Pink" co-star Molly Ringwald told "Out" magazine in 2012 that she believed Cryer's character was gay, Cryer defended Duckie and other "slightly effeminate dorks", and said he has had to live with others' "faulty" gaydar add something


2014

Cryer was asked in 2014 if he was "mistaken for gay"; he again called himself "an effeminate heterosexual dork" and cracked a joke about never being propositioned: "Fellas, you're dropping the ball add something


2015

As of January 2015, Cryer is the only actor to appeared in every episode of the series, since Sheen was fired in March 2011 and his on-screen son Angus T. Jones left the series after expressing the show as "filth" and that Jones is a paid hypocrite add something


2016

With regards to presumptive 2016 GOP nominee Donald J. Trump, Cryer shared his feelings on the May 5, 2016 episode of the podcast "Never Not Funny" add something


2018

On November 16, 2018, it was announced that Cryer had been cast as the classic villain Lex Luthor on The CW's "Supergirl " in a recurring role, starting in the fifteenth episode of Season 4 add something


2019

On April 15, 2019, Cryer joined other WGA writers in firing their agents as part of the WGA's stand against the ATA and the unfair practice of packaging add something