Chase Ellison is a Hollywood actor known for his works in The Boy Who Cried Werewolf,
, and Mysterious Skin. Ellison was born in Nevada and currently resides in San Diego with his parents and siblings. Ellison started his acting career right from childhood, when he featured in various television commercials and ad campaigns. He was only aged six when he first landed a screen job. Ellison’s television career started with his role as Ryan McClendon in the series “Family Law.” Malcolm in the Middle, Providence, and 7th Heaven, featured Ellison briefly or in guest appearances. In the year 2002, Ellison was cast as Willie Stevens in the NBC-produced “Boomtown.” The following year also saw him make a guest appearance in the crime-drama “The Division.” 2005 featured Ellison in the Michael C. Hall starrer
Six Feet Under
. In the same year, Ellison played the recurring role of Noah Newman in the soap opera “The Young and the Restless.” 2006 saw Ellison in Rodney, Deadwood, and Saved. Ellison also appeared in an episode of “How I Met Your Mother,” in 2011.
2001 saw the inception of Ellison’s movie career, where he featured in television movies such as Scenes of a Crime, The Perfect Wife, “The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green,” and End of Spear. Ellison was cast as a young Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the 2004 movie, Mysterious Skin. “Wristcutters: A Love Story,” “Towelhead,” The Year of Getting to Know Us, Fireflies in the Garden, also featured him in brief roles. 2010 saw Ellison in the
starrer “Tooth Fairy,” for which Ellison was presented with a Young Artist Award. In the same year, Ellison was cast in Unstoppable, and in a television film, “The Boy Who Cried Werewolf.” In 2011, Ellison featured in “That’s What I Am.” Ellison is currently studying Film Production at the Loyola Marymount University.