Biography

A remarkably bright youngster, Charlie Korsmo was reading by age four and studying college-level math by age eight. When the 10-year-old asked his mom if he could give acting a try, she immediately acquiesced. After a string of TV commercials, he enjoyed a flurry of film activity in the years 1989-91, appearing in Men Don't Leave (1989), Dick Tracy (1990, as Junior), What About Bob? (1991), Hook (1991, as Peter Pan's son) and The Doctor (1991). Upon reaching the age of 13, Kosmo was fed up with Hollywood and quit movies cold. At last report, 18-year-old Charlie Korsmo was excelling academically at a prestigious Minnesota prep school, occasionally participating in class plays. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi