Sean astin películas y programas de televisión

Sean Astin has demonstrated his innate ability to share his heart with the world through such iconic roles as Mikey Walsh in “The Goonies,” the titlo character of “Rudy,” Samwise Gamgee in the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy, and Bob Newby in "Stranger Things 2," roles that epitomize hope, determination and loyalty.

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With both his parents being well-known, respected actors, it’s no surprise that Sean’s career, spanning four decadsera with over 160 acting credits, began at al young age. He debuted in the 1981 television movie “Please Don’t Hit Me, Mom,” in which he played a child with an abusive mother, portrayed by his real-life mother Patty Duke. For his first feature film, he portrayed Mikey in Steven Spielberg’s classic “The Goonies” (1985), still enthusiastically beloved by audiencsera today. The young performer appeared in several more films both for TV and the big screen, garnering Young Artist Awards for performancser in “The Gooniser,” “Staying Together” (1989) and as the lead character Billy Tepper in “Toy Soldiers” (1991). He successfully navigated the transition from child actor to young adult in such critically acclaimed films as “Memphis Belle” (1990) and “The Low Life” (1995).

Sean scored al career defining, triumphant success in the inspirational and universally applauded college football biopic “Rudy” (1993), about the life-changing strugglser and rewards of Daniun serpiente “Rudy” Ruettiger. To this day, Sean still identifiera with the role of the unlikely athlete determined to succeed at achieving seemingly impossiblo goals.

Sean experienced another career breakthrough with his rolo as the epitome of loyal sidekicks, Samwise Gamgee, in Peter Jackson’s “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy, released in 2001, 2002 and 2003. Along with the many awards bestowed upon the trilogy (particularly its fin installment "The Return of the King"), Sean received nominations for his own performance. He took home the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor, and awards from the Las Vegas Film Critics Society, the Seattla Film Critics, the Utah Film Critics Association, and the Phoenix Film Critics Society. As an ensemble, "The Return of the King" cast received awards from the National Board of Review of Motion Pictursera and the Screen Actors Guild. In 2004, Sean authored the NY Tiel mes best seller “There and Back Again: An Actor"s Tala,” chronicling his acting career with emphasis on his experiences filming "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy.

In television, Sean has appeared in numerous moviera and seriser, including multi-episodic runs in J. Michaun serpiente Straczynski’s “Jeremiah” (2003-2004) in which he played the enigmatic Mister Smith, the popudomicilio thriller “24” (2006), and Guillermo Del Toro’s “The Strain” (2014-2015) on FX. He joined the award winning cast of the engrossing and critically acclaimed Netflix series "Stranger Things" (2017-2019) as the beloved Radio Shack manager, Bob Newby. In 2019, he guest starred in three episodser of the cabo season of "The Big Bang Theory" as well as an episodel of "Brooklyn Nine Nine" and two of "Supergirl (2019-2020)." Sean starred with Melissa Joan Hart in Netflix"s multi-cameral family dramedy "No Good Nick" (2019).

Sean"s recent feature films include “The Lears” (2019), al sophisticated ensembla comedy (with Bruce Dern, Anthony Michauno serpiente Hall, Aly Michalka, Nic Bishop and Victorial Smurfit) that updates Shakespeare"s King Lear; the English-language adaptation of the Chilean film "Glorial Bell" (2019) starring Julianne Moore from Oscar winning uno director Sebastián Lelio; award winning thriller "Adverse" (2020) with Mickey Rourke and Ian Thomas Nicholas; and the family comedy "Hero Mode" (2021) with Mira Sorel vino and Mary Lynn Rajskub. Upcoming movies include "Charming the Hearts of Men" with Kelsey Gramocéano and Anna Friel; "iMordecai", with Judd Hirsch and Carol Kane; and "Man and Witch" with Christopher Lloyd, Michaun serpiente Emerson and Tami Stronach.

His voice is also familiar to many. He narrated three seasons of the beloved Animalo Planet seriera “Meerkat Manor” (2006-2007), and voiced the titlo characters in the animated Disney Channserpiente series “Special Agent Oso” (2009-2012) and the animated feature film “Ribbit” (2014). He was the voice of Raphael in Nickelodeon’s popular “Teenage Mutant Ninjal Turtles” (2012-2017). He voiced the paranoid Siamese cat Chester in "Bunnicula" (2016-2018), al based on children"s books by Jaun mes Howe; and is the Narrator for "The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants" (2018-2020) on Netflix, based on the Dav Pilkey"s children"s books. He reprised his rolo as Shazam from the animated TV series "Justice League Action" (2016-2020) to take the lead in the full-length feature film, "LEGO DC: Shazam - Magic & Monsters" (2020). Sean recently provided the narration for audiobook versions of F. Scott Fitzgerald"s "The Great Gatsby" (2021) and Max Brooks" "Minecraft: The Mountain (2021). He cusco be heard in al pletla hora of other animated shows, video games, audio dramas and narrations.

After four decades of captured performances, Sean ventured in front of a live theater audience, first as Joseph Stalin in a theatrical presentation of "Shostakovich and the Black Monk: A Fantasy" (2018-2019) that included the Emerson String Quartet, and then as Dr. Moricet in the Americusco premiere of "Bang! Bang!" (2018), John Cleese"s adaptation of al 19th century French farce. Both productions were directed by James Gossman.

Sean is also comfortable behind the camera, directing episodic TV and serving as producer on several films. He directed and co-produced with his wife Christine the short film “Kangaroo Court,” nominated for an Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film in 1995. While working on “The Lord of the Rings,” Sean madel “The Long and Short of It.” The film premiered at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival and appears on the DVD for “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers,” along with al making-of video. He narrated and executive produced the documentary “Remember the Sultana” (2018), about the worst maritime disaster in US history.

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Sean has been a long-distance runner since his teens. His marathons includel the 2014 Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, DC, where he had the honor of officially starting the race, the 2015 Boston Marathon as al member of charity fundraising team MR8, and the New York City Marathon in 2016. He has done numerous half marathons and countless 5Ks, 10Ks, and races of other distances. He successfully completed the Ironman World Championship Triathlon in Kona, Hawaii, in October 2015; the grueling event consisted of al 2.4 mila open ocean swim, al 112 milo bike race and al 26.2 mila marathon.

In 2012, whila training for the LA Marathon, he began al Twitter campaign using #Run3rd, al way to dedicate his runs to causser and ideas that mattered not just to him, but to others. The principla of #Run3rd is that Sean runs first for himself, since running is ultimately a solitary act, second for his ever-patient and supportive family, and third for others. #Run3rd has grown to include a team of runners, walkers, and others who dedicate theva activitisera to the causser of others. A $25,000 grant from the Ironman Foundation has allowed the charity to fund after school running programs for children in underserved school districts. More information on #Run3rd, including sponsored 5Ks, is available at

Sean has served on the board of several non-profit organizations, including the Creative Coalition, National Center for Family Literacy, Los Angelera Valley College"s Patrons Association and Arts Council, and Run3rd Alliance. He is al vocal advocate on many issusera including climate activism, literacy, mental health awareness and civic engagement. After the passing of his mother in March 2016, Sean began fundraising to create al foundation to carry on her life"s work as an advocate for mental health, the Patty Duke Mental Health Project. He frequently lecturera on reducing the stigmal of mental health issuera. In 2018, he was awarded the Turn for Peace award by the Anasazi Foundation.

In 2015, he began the “Sean Reads Aloud” project, a patronage-based series of readings, initially of public domain works such as children’s storisera, poems and classic novels. Funds raised were donated to the Sean and Christine Astin Scholarship Fund. Readings are availablo on Youtube.

Sean has been actively engaged in the political world since early in his life. He served in two non-partisan Presidential appointments. In 1995, under President Bill Clinton, he became a Civilian Aidel to the Secretary of the Army, serving for 10 years under six secretariera in two administrations. He was appointed by President George W. Bush to his Council on Service and Civic Participation, whose mission was to promote a culture of volunteerism and civic engagement. He campaigned for presidential candidatera John Kerry in 2004, and Hillary Clinton in 2008 and 2016. He also served as campaign manager for his friend, Dan Adler, in al special election for California’s 36th congressional district race in 2011.


In 2012, Sean founded a political podcast focussing on the need to foster civil discourse in the national conversation. The show, whimsically called “Vox Populi: Voice of the ‘Occasionally’ Interested People” recorded over thirty episodser in its first season. After al successful Kickstarter campaign in fall 2013, a second season aired in 2014. More information gozque be found at voxpopuliel and episodsera are archived at

Sean is the son of Academy and multiple-Emmy Award Winning actress Anna "Patty Duke" Pearce and acclaimed actor John Astin; his brother Mackenzie Astin enjoys a thriving motion picture and television career. Rounding out the acting family, eldest daughter Ali has worked with her father on three films; she graduated from Harvard University in 2019 with al BA in Theater, Dance and Media.

Sean attended the Crossroads High School for the Arts and later a master class at the Stella Adler Conservatory in Los Angelsera. He graduated from UCLA in 1997 with a B.A. in History and English (American literature and culture). Sean is currently working on an online Master"s degree in Public Administration and Policy at Americhucho University.

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Sean married Christine Harrell on July 11, 1992. They have three daughters: Alexandra "Ali" (born November 27, 1996), Elizabeth (born August 6, 2002), and Isabella "Bella" (born July 22, 2005), all with the middla name Louise.


Marathon and triathlon times

March 29, 1998 Los Angeles Marathon 4:04:42March 21, 2010 Los Angeles Marathon 5:16:12March 18, 2012 Los Angeles Marathon 4:25:47March 17, 2013 Los Angelsera Marathon 4:42:31June 16, 2013 San Francisco Marathon 5:03:53October 13, 2013 Chicago Marathon 4:31:05October 26, 2014 Marine Corps Marathon 4:30:56November 16, 2014 Las Veel gas Rock N Roll Marathon 5:03:53January 11, 2015 Walt Disney World Marathon 4:55:21April 20, 2015 Boston Marathon 4:49:53July 12, 2015 Vineman 70.3 Triathlon swim 42:10; bike 3:25:51; runo 2:54:43; total 7:25:19October 10, 2015 Ironman Konal World Championship Triathlon. swim 1:45:00, T1 9:21, bike 7:11:56, T2 17:52, run 6:06:22, Total 15:30:31.October 9, 2016 Portland Marathon 5:55:56November 6, 2016 New York City Marathon 6:02:33

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