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Ian Colletti

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Ian Colletti is an American actor best known for his roles in the feature films Phoebe in Wonderland, Baby Mama and Jimmy, in which he played the title role, a challenged fourteen year-old autistic boy.

He also had a starring role as Finn Deane, Keegan's teenage son, in the short-lived American adaptation of the Australian legal comedy-drama series Rake, in 2014.






Television Roles

Show

Character

Patrick

Finn Deane

Kid

Danny O'Mazzi

Caroline's 7-Year-Old

Jimmy Mitchell

Jamie

Orphan Kid - Basketball




LATEST ARTICLES

House of Zwide 2 Teasers - September 2022

Ona is done with House of Zwide.


New on TV today: Monday 15 August

uBettina Wethu 2 and The Queens of Mzansi take over SABC1, as Have Faith returns to MTV.


New on TV today: Sunday 14 August

More Coolest OG's do battle on SABC2 and Celebrity Game Face is guilty as charged on E!.


New on TV today: Saturday 13 August

Miss SA 2022 airs live on Mzansi Magic and M-Net, as eReality documents Uncensored Cops.


The taxi bosses of Isibaya in real life

Carte Blanche gets into the back seat of a real life taxi boss and it's just like the TV show. Bullets fly.


Skeem Saam Teasers - September 2022

Kat gets struck by gut wrenching betrayal and there's a battle of the sexes at the Grade 8 debate.


New on TV today: Friday 12 August

True drama Five Days at Memorial releases on Apple TV+ and comedy This Fool loads on Disney+.


Top Shows on TV: July 2022

No high note for Idols despite Somizi's comeback.


uBettina Wethu 2 Teasers - August 2022

Back! Get a taste of the opening episodes of the new season, starring a new cast.


Durban Gen Teasers - September 2022

Dhlomo turns Sne against Phumeza and there's a new superintendent. Who?

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