Todd Bosley

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Todd Bosley
Born (1984-07-29) July 29, 1984 (age 39)
Years active1994–present
Height1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
Relatives Tom Bosley (cousin)

Todd Bosley (born July 29, 1984) is an American actor.



He is best known for playing the role of Howie in the sitcom Scrubs . He began his acting career as a child, having notable roles in Treehouse Hostage , Little Giants and Jack . As a child actor on television he played a kid, and friend, to Cosmo Kramer in two episodes of the sitcom Seinfeld ("The Wait Out" and "The Foundation"). Bosley played the title role in the 2001 family film Lloyd . He was seen in the episode "Blankie Go Bye-Bye" of Good Luck Charlie and "iFind Spencer Friends" on iCarly . He also played the role of the nerd in “Campaign in the Neck” season 1 episode 7 of That's So Raven, and the role of Duane in "The Skull in the Sculpture", season 4, episode 8 of Bones.

Personal life

Bosley lives in Los Angeles, California. He was a cousin of Happy Days star Tom Bosley (1927–2010).

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