Jon CryerActor, Screenwriter, Television Actor, Producer, Director (1965)
Jon Cryer is referred to for his Emmy-winning job as a single parent on TV's Two and a Half Men and in addition his movies, particularly the '80s high schooler flick Pretty in Pink.
Jon Cryer Synopsis
Jon Cryer Early YearsJonathan "Jon" Niven Jon Cryer was naturally introduced to a showbiz family on April 16, 1965, in New York City. His folks, Gretchen and David Cryer, were performers who part when their child was 3. Jon Cryer pursued his mother and father's strides into the spotlight at age 4 as a youngster demonstrates for a nutrient mark. Be that as it may, he didn't really seek after acting until moving on from the Bronx High School of Science in 1983 and learning at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London.
Jon Cryer Broadway and MoviesAt the point when Matthew Broderick ventured down from his job in the Broadway indicate Torch Song Trilogy in 1983, Jon Cryer got his huge break supplanting him. The next year, he made his screen make a big appearance in the film No Small Affair, about a teenager picture taker falling for a more seasoned lady, played by Demi Moore. In 1986, Jon Cryer handled his milestone film job as Duckie, a peculiar secondary school understudy pining for his closest companion, who was depicted by Molly Ringwald, in John Hughes' Pretty in Pink.
'Two and a Half Men'After his stretch as the grief-stricken Duckie character, Jon Cryer worked in film reliably yet got no real profession supports. Also, there was a string of brief TV arrangement like The Fabulous Teddy Z, Partners, Getting Personal and The Trouble With Normal. (As far as anyone knows, Jon Cryer got a try out for the job of Chandler on Friends yet couldn't make it because of booking clashes.)
At long last, the sitcom Two and a Half Men tagged along in 2003 and was a major hit, boosting Jon Cryer's acting qualifications straight to the best. He plays Alan Harper, the anxious single parent of a youthful child, Jake (Angus T. Jones). In the show's initial years, Jon Cryer's character lived with his playboy sibling, Charlie, played by Charlie Sheen. In 2011, Jon Cryer wound up one of the objectives of Sheen's open rages after the performing artist was terminated. Sheen called his castmate a "troll" and a "double-crosser." Jon Cryer took the more ethical route accordingly and furthermore brought home the 2012 Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy arrangement. He'd effectively won a 2009 Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series grant for a similar job. (Ashton Kutcher consequently supplanted Sheen in Two and a Half Men.)
More than two Men closed down in February 2015 after twelve seasons. That April, Jon Cryer distributed So That Happened: A Memoir. The book incorporated a few fascinating disclosures. He composed that he dated Demi Moore before his co-star Ashton Kutcher and contracted a whore after his separation from his first spouse.