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You learn from everything.

You learn from everything.

When I was 10 or 11, I was on this TV series called 'Dead Man's Gun' and Henry Winkler was a guest star. He hung out with me and my brother the whole time. We had no idea who he was. Our parents were star struck. ---->>>

It's always a learning experience every time I'm on set. ---->>>

A friend and I started a band together. I am kind of learning how to play instruments. We write stuff over Skype or e-mail. I send one part and he writes another. ---->>>

My ex-girlfriend said to me, 'I'm surprised at how normal you are since you were homeschooled.' But I was only homeschooled because I wanted to be an actor. My parents are both teachers. ---->>>

Regardless of what level the actor's at, you always learn something. And you can learn something from bad actors as well, who I've also worked with in the past. ---->>>

A couple of friends and I started a sketch comedy group when we were teenagers, just for fun and to start creating stuff. It was a blast. ---->>>

I love 'Skins'. I was a huge fan of the British series. I love how everyone is freaking out about it. ---->>>

I'd love to create my own stuff. I've always written stuff, but it would be nice to have my hand a little deeper in the clay, so to speak. ---->>>

I'm not a big sweet guy, I have more of a savory palate. ---->>>

Biography

Reece Thompson profile (reece-thompson.jpg)
Nationality: Canadian
Born: 11-22, 1988
Birthplace: White Rock, British Columbia, Canada
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Occupation: Actor
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Reece Daniel Thompson (born November 22, 1988) is a Canadian actor. Thompson started his acting career as a child actor by voice acting in several animated television series and minor roles on television shows before transitioning to films. His first major role came in the 2007 film Rocket Science. Thompson appeared in 2009's Assassination of a High School President with Mischa Barton and Bruce Willis, and in Afterwards (wikipedia)