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Throughout his childhood, he has starred in a number of national-wide commercials including one for Colgate toothpasteーthis eventually earned him the nickname “The Commercial Kid” when he was a young boy.The actor landed his first acting role at the age of 8, when he was cast as Bob Bowman in the sitcom, as Ross Malloy.But for us, the greatest (and most underrated) member of the family (whose last name was never revealed, btw) was always Reese, the dim-witted, but somehow brilliant in carrying out maniacal schemes, second oldest brother played by Justin Berfield.Reese was the King Joffrey of the [insert last name here] family, and even though he made Malcolm’s life a living hell, Malcolm did the same thing to Dewey…and Francis to Reese, of course, since those brothers were pretty damn good at perpetuating cycles of physical and psychological torture within their own family.His TV debut came in the short-lived series The Good Life (1994) in which he co-starred with Drew Carey.More TV appearances followed in Hardball, The Boys Are Back, The Mommies (1994–1995).Its credits include the Zac Efron-starrer "That Awkward Moment" and Bradley Cooper's "Limitless." Also, per his Twitter and Instagram pages, he spends a significant amount of time with cute dogs.Justin Tyler Berfield (born February 25, 1986) is an American actor, writer and producer, best known for his portrayal of Malcolm's second-oldest brother, Reese, in the Fox sitcom Malcolm in the Middle.
Berfield first debut on the small screen at the young age of five, when he appeared in a commercial for Folgers coffee.
It also famously featured Bryan Cranston, future megastar, as Malcom’s long-suffering, slightly manic father Hal, while powerhouse Jane Kaczmarek, who played Malcom’s mother Lois, was nominated for an Emmy every single year she appeared on the show.
So basically, when people tend to think back on , it’s Cranston, Kaczmarek, and Muniz who immediately come to mind.
He also starred on The WB sitcom Unhappily Ever After as Ross Malloy.
As of 2010, Berfield is Chief Creative Officer of Virgin Produced, a film and television development, packaging, and production company announced in 2010 by the Virgin Group.