Timothy Reifsnyder

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Timothy Reifsnyder (born February 7. 1986, Coatesville, Pennsylvania) is an American actor. He is one of the youngest to ever play Gavroche on Broadway in Les Miserables , as well as numerous guest starring roles on television. He is the brother to prominent voice over actor, musician and songwriter Daniel Reifsnyder.


1998 Wide Awake Dave O'Hara
Went to Coney Island on a Mission from God... Be Back by Five 12-Year-Old Daniel
1999 Sex and the City 13-Year-Old BoyEpisode "The Fuck Buddy"
2001 Me and the MoilsiesSmooth
Law & Order Henry SempleEpisode "School Daze"
Hearts in Atlantis Harry Doolin

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