Reece Daniel Thompson

Reece Daniel Thompson

Highest Rated: 86% The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)

Lowest Rated: 0% Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 (2004)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Not Available

If Reece Thompson's appearances on such popular television shows as Tru Calling, The 4400, and Smallville didn't get him noticed by viewers, then his role as a stuttering teen who joins the debate team to win the heart of a high-school beauty in director Jeffrey Blitz's quirky comedy drama Rocket Science is sure to do the trick. A prolific television actor whose performances in such family-friendly shows as Zixx, Trollz, and Three Moons Over Milford served well to build him a healthy young fan base, Thompson was looking toward a fairly luminous future by the time he was cast in his first leading-man role. While the part of a stuttering teen seeking to impress a pretty classmate might not have been the most glamorous role a young actor could hope for, it did allow Thompson to prove that he had something more to offer the screen than just another pretty face. While Thompson had previously appeared in such features as Dreamcatcher and The Sandlot 2, this was his first headlining role, and he seemed more than up to the task.


Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet April Apocalypse Actor 2014
No Score Yet Leap 4 Your Life Matt 2013
86% The Perks of Being a Wallflower Craig $15M 2012
No Score Yet Super Zeroes Actor 2012
50% Bloodworth Fleming Bloodworth $10.1K 2011
68% Daydream Nation Thurston Goldberg 2011
40% Ceremony Marshall Schmidt $22.2K 2011
No Score Yet Afterwards (Et après) Jeremy 2008
50% Assassination of a High School President Bobby Funke 2008
84% Rocket Science Hal Hefner $0.7M 2007
40% The Sandlot 2 Singleton 2005
No Score Yet National Lampoon's Thanksgiving Family Reunion (National Lampoon's Holiday Reunion) Harley Snider 2004
0% Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 Kid $9.1M 2004
28% Dreamcatcher Young Beaver $33.8M 2003


69% Almost Human
42% Tru Calling
Kevin 2003


Ben Wekselbaum says: You threw a cello through her window?

Hal Hafner says: Yeah.

Ben Wekselbaum says: How big was it?

Hal Hafner says: I think it was standard symphony size.

Hal Hafner says: It's one of those two, love or revenge, I'm not really sure which one. But it's one of those two that made me throw a cello through somebody's window, so you figure it out.