Breckin Meyer

Highest Rated: 96% The Insider (1999)
Lowest Rated: 0% Caffeine (2007)
Birthday: May 7, 1974
Birthplace: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Bearing an unconventional appeal that may have something to do with the slaphappy grin permanently stretched across his face, Breckin Meyer has made a name for himself playing characters that have an almost criminally laid-back attitude as their common denominator. Although he got his big break as endearing stoner Travis Birkenstock in Amy Heckerling's 1995 comedy Clueless, Meyer had been acting since he was 11 years old. Born in Minneapolis, MN, on May 7, 1974, Meyer was raised in Los Angeles, where he had early encounters with fame in the form of elementary school with Drew Barrymore (in her autobiography, Little Girl Lost, she credited Meyer with giving her her first kiss when she was ten and he was 11) and high school with a host of young actors, including future Clueless co-star Alicia Silverstone. Meyer got his start in commercials and television, appearing on various shows, including The Wonder Years. He had his rather inauspicious film debut in 1991, as one of the disposable teens in Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare, and had bit parts in various forgettable films and an appearance on Fox's Party of Five before being cast in Clueless.Following the huge success of Clueless, Meyer went on to appear in another teen movie, The Craft (1996). After secondary roles in Touch and Prefontaine (both 1997), the actor had a fairly substantial part in 54, in which he got to play Salma Hayek's husband and wear a very small pair of shorts. The film, which starred Meyer's real-life friend Ryan Phillippe, flopped with remarkable gusto, and Meyer's other film that year, the independent Dancer, Texas Pop. 81, was released without fanfare. However, the actor had success the following year as part of an ensemble cast that read like a Who's Who of Hollywood's Young and Employed in Doug Liman's Go. Playing a white boy who believes he's black at heart, Meyer won laughs for his part in the widely acclaimed film, and his appearance in the company of young notables such as Katie Holmes, Sarah Polley, and Scott Wolf went some way toward further establishing the actor's reputation as a noteworthy young talent.A fine supporting player to this point in his fledgling career, Breckin would finally come into his own as the hapless college student racing cross country to intercept a decidedly questionable videotape in director Todd Phillips's breakout comedy Road Trip. Though a subsequent stab at the small screen as the lead in the sports comedy series Inside Schwartz ultimately did little to advance Meyer's career, later roles in the theatrical comedies Rat Race and Kate and Leopold served well to keep the amiable comic talent in the public eye. After providing the voice for the eponymous wooden puppet in Roberto Benigni's 2002 misfire Pinocchio, Breckin helped to bring everyone's favorite comic-strip cat to the big screen with his role as the lasagne-loving feline's hapless master Jon Arbuckle in the 2004 family comedy Garfield. Vocal work in such animated efforts as King of the Hill and Robot Chicken found the actor earning his keep even when not stepping in front of the cameras, and in 2006 Meyer would return to the silver screen to the delight of children everywhere in the kid-friendly sequel Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties. In the years to come, Meyer would also find success as a voice actor on shows like Titan Maximum, King of the Hill, Robot Chicken, and Franklin & Bash.


Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Changeland Dan 2019
No Score Yet The Robot Chicken Walking Dead Special: Look Who's Walking Actor 2017
No Score Yet 3 Geezers! Breckin 2013
No Score Yet Robot Chicken DC Comics Special Actor 2012
No Score Yet Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III Actor 2010
No Score Yet The Maiden Heist Starving Artist $0.5M 2009
No Score Yet Stag Night Tony 2009
27% Ghosts of Girlfriends Past Paul Mead $55.2M 2009
71% Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II Actor 2008
40% Blue State John Logue 2007
0% Caffeine Dylan 2007
No Score Yet Aventuras Corporativas Ted 2007
11% Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties Jon Arbuckle $28.3M 2006
14% Rebound Tim Fink $16.8M 2005
41% Herbie: Fully Loaded Ray Peyton Jr. $66M 2005
No Score Yet Blast! Jamal 2005
15% Garfield - The Movie Jon Arbuckle $75.3M 2004
0% Pinocchio Pinocchio [U.S. Version] $3.7M 2002
No Score Yet Kim Possible: The Secret Files Actor 2002
50% Kate & Leopold Charlie $47.1M 2001
43% Rat Race Nick Schaffer $55.9M 2001
58% Road Trip Josh Parker 2000
0% Tail Lights Fade Cole 1999
96% The Insider Sharon's Son 1999
91% Go Tiny 1999
16% 54 Greg 1998
40% Can't Hardly Wait Lead Singer in the Band 1998
80% Dancer, Texas Pop. 81 Keller 1998
33% Touch Greg Czarnicki 1997
59% Prefontaine Pat Tyson 1997
52% John Carpenter's Escape from L.A. Surfer 1996
57% The Craft Mitt 1996
79% Clueless Travis 1995
No Score Yet Betrayed: A Story of Three Women Eric Nelson 1995
No Score Yet Payback Store Owner's Son 1995
20% Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare Spencer 1991


56% The Fix
Charles Wiest
  • 2019
No Score Yet King of the Hill
Voice Joseph
  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2010
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  • 2003
  • 2002
  • 2001
30% Second Chance
Wally Luskin
  • 2016
No Score Yet Hollywood Game Night
  • 2014
8% Men at Work
Producer Executive Producer Creator Screenwriter
  • 2014
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  • 2012
No Score Yet Conan
  • 2014
  • 2013
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  • 2011
61% Franklin & Bash
Screenwriter Jared Franklin
  • 2014
  • 2013
  • 2012
  • 2011
No Score Yet Chelsea Lately
  • 2013
No Score Yet The Talk
  • 2013
  • 2012
No Score Yet Robot Chicken
Screenwriter Voice
  • 2012
  • 2007
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93% Party Down
  • 2010
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91% House
  • 2008
55% Heroes
  • 2008
  • 2006
No Score Yet Kim Possible
  • 2002
No Score Yet The Tonight Show With Jay Leno
  • 2001
No Score Yet Party of Five
  • 1996
  • 1994
No Score Yet The Jackie Thomas Show
Chas Walker
  • 1993
  • 1992
No Score Yet The Wonder Years
  • 1988