Breckin Meyer Biography
(Actor Known for his Roles in 'Clueless', 'Road Trip' and 'Garfield: The Movie')
Birthday: May 7, 1974 (Taurus)
Born In: Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Breckin Erin Meyer is an American actor, voice actor, drummer, writer, and producer. He is best known for performing in films such as ‘Clueless’, ‘Garfield: The Movie’, ‘Rat Race,’ and ‘Road Trip’. He made his big-screen debut with the slasher ‘Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare’ and got his real breakthrough with the blockbuster hit coming-of-age rom-com ‘Clueless.’ His first leading role came with the road-sex-comedy film ‘Road Trip’ that became a huge box-office success. Over the years, Meyer has performed in several notable films, including ‘Rat Race’, ‘The Craft’, 54’, ‘The Insider,’ and ‘Garfield: The Movie’. He has been successful on television both as an actor and voice actor with programs like ‘The Jackie Thomas Show’, ‘The Home Court’ and ‘King of the Hill’ (voice). For over a decade, Meyer has contributed as writer, producer, and voice actor for the stop motion sketch-comedy television series ‘Robot Chicken.’ He earned an Emmy nomination for his writing work on the ‘Robot Chicken: Star Wars’ specials. As a drummer, Meyer remained associated with several musicians and bands, including Tom Morello's ‘The Nightwatchman’.