Brad Renfro Biography
Birthday: July 25, 1982 (Leo)
Born In: Knoxville, Tennessee, United States
Brad Renfro was an American actor best remembered for his lead role in the film ‘The Client’ in which he made his acting debut at the age of 11. He later on appeared in a number of other films, such as ‘Sleepers’, ‘Apt Pupil’, ‘Tom and Huck’, ‘Telling Lies in America’, ‘Skipped Parts’, ‘Happy Campers’, ‘Ghost World’ and ‘American Girl’ to name a few. The young actor then did several short films and also guest-starred in two television episodes His wonderful performances in the big screen projects brought him several awards and honours. The American star received the ‘Young Star Award’ in the category ‘Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Drama Film’ for ‘The Cure.’ His performance in the movie also made him win a ‘Young Artist Award’ for ‘Best Young Leading Actor in a Feature Film’. Besides these, Renfro was awarded with a Director's Choice Award at Sedona International Film Festival. His rising career however started fading after he fell into the clutches of alcoholism and drug abuse. Unfortunately, he died from heroin overdose when he was just 25. Despite his tragically short career, there is no doubt in the fact that Renfro was successful in impressing his audience through his acting skills.