Charlie Korsmo


  1. Edward Furlong, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, 1990. The ego battleground that was Hook put young Charlie off acting. Besides, it was only something he tried when bored with elementary school. So he had scant interest in being John Connor. He came back for a solitary encore – substituting Adam Hann-Byrd – in Can’t Hardly Wait, 1997.
  2. Elijah Wood, The Good Son, 1993. An offer of $1m didn’t change his mind about acting. Apparently, Wood inherited other films from his retired rival while Charlie was on his way to MIT, Yale and Washington glory – as Domestic Policy Analyst for the Republican Policy Committee of the US House of Representatives. No wonder, he’s called Charles today.


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