David Dorfman


David Dorfman made his feature film debut as William H. Macy's son in the acclaimed drama Panic, and then played Gwyneth Paltrow's son in Bounce. Dorfman also appeared the independent film 100 Mile Rule. He also played Aidan in The Ring a remake of the Japaneese film Ringu, he was outstanding in this role for such a young actor. He repeated the role in the sequel The Ring 2 three years later in 2005, in between in 2003 he appeared in the remake of the cult classic horror film The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. He also appeared in the musical comedy The Singing Detective, playing young Robert Downey, Jr. David is in the cast for the 2008 film Drillbit Taylor and the IMDB has announced The Ring 3 which is scheduled for 2011. On television, Dorfman starred in the central role of Charles Wallace Murry in the miniseries A Wrinkle in Time, based on the beloved children's book by Madeleine L'Engle. Dorfman's other television work includes the recurring role of Kathleen Quinlan's son on the series "Family Law," and a guest role on Ally McBeal as Robert Downey, Jr.'s son. David has also guest starred in three episodes of Joan of Arcadia and more recently an episode of Ghost Whisperer.