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His first starring film role was as a high-school vampire in the '80s teen comedy My Best Friend Is a Vampire (1988).
But Leonard's chiseled features and dark brown eyes made him perfect for the role of Neil Perry, the sensitive prep-school student whose acting aspirations are crushed by his wealthy father in the much-loved drama Dead Poets Society (1989).
Robert Sean Leonard Net Worth: Robert Sean Leonard is an American actor who has a net worth of million dollars.
Robert Sean Leonard was born February 28, 1969 in Westwood, New Jersey.
His next few films were period pieces: the Merchant-Ivory production Mr. Bridge (1990), Kenneth Branagh's Much Ado About Nothing (1993), and Martin Scorsese's The Age of Innocence (also 1993).
Leonard also earned a Young Artist award for his performance in the WWII-era musical Swing Kids in 1993 and earned his first Tony nomination that same year for a revival of Candida.
On Lisa Cuddy's bedside table is a bottle of Zolpidem tablets, used to help sleep.
Robert Sean Leonard might always be remembered for his role in Dead Poets Society. Leonard has appeared in movies such as Much Ado About Nothing and The Age of Innocence.
Cuddy dreams about House and Wilson raising Rachel in a two and half men scenario.
Leonard's Finch was described by British as "perfection, complete with slightly crumpled lined three piece suit", adding: "It's a magical performance that makes every other cast member's job that much easier." said that he appeared "noble but also humble, and while there are inevitable echoes of Gregory Peck in his performance, he makes the role his own".
Sergel's production features an ensemble cast reading extracts from the novel while the story unfolds, with child actors Rosie Boore, Billy Price and Milo Panni also receiving high acclaim.
If I can restrict our interactions to places where neither of us are wearing pants. Wilson: Yeah, that's not avoiding the problem, it's avoiding the issue.
In 1986, clean-cut American actor Robert Sean Leonard made his Broadway debut in Brighton Beach Memoirs and his film debut in The Manhattan Project.