Jacob Kogan
American actor
Jacob Kogan
Jacob Kogan is an American actor. He is best known for playing the title role in the 2007 psychological thriller Joshua and Spock as a child in J.J. Abrams' Star Trek.
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News
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Star Trek Celebrates 45th year in Las Vegas (Includes interview and first-hand ... - DigitalJournal.com
Google News - over 5 years
Just two years ago he was on stage at the LV Hilton with the alternate reality Spock played by Zachary Quinto and young Spock, Jacob Kogan. Leonard Nimoy, Zachary Quinto, and Jacob Kogan in this Digital Journal photo at the Las Vegas Star Trek
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'STAR TREK'; Kids in Space
NYTimes - almost 8 years
A bright, shiny blast from a newly imagined past, ''Star Trek,'' the latest spinoff from the influential television show, isn't just a pleasurable rethink of your geek uncle's favorite science-fiction series. It's also a testament to television's power as mythmaker, as a source for some of the fundamental stories we tell about ourselves, who we are
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FILM IN REVIEW
NYTimes - almost 8 years
LIFELINES Opens on Friday nationwide. Directed by Rob Margolies 1 hour 31 minutes; not rated ''Lifelines'' opens with a burst of frantic dark comedy as the members of a suburban New Jersey family rouse themselves from sleep and assemble, messily, for some kind of afternoon outing. Dad (Josh Pais) lingers in the bathroom, staring at the wall. Mom
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Movies
NYTimes - over 9 years
MOVIES Ratings and running times are in parentheses; foreign films have English subtitles. Full reviews of all current releases, movie trailers, show times and tickets: nytimes.com/movies. 'BRAND UPON THE BRAIN' (No rating, 96 minutes) A baroque entertainment with one foot in silent cinema and the other gingerly toeing the sound waves, Guy Maddin's
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Movies
NYTimes - over 9 years
MOVIES Ratings and running times are in parentheses; foreign films have English subtitles. Full reviews of all current releases, movie trailers, show times and tickets: nytimes.com/movies. 'BRAND UPON THE BRAIN' (No rating, 96 minutes) A baroque entertainment with one foot in silent cinema and the other gingerly toeing the sound waves, Guy Maddin's
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'JOSHUA'; He's a Very Good Pianist, But He's a Very Bad Boy
NYTimes - over 9 years
Uneasily straddling age groups and genres, ''Joshua'' is a highly effective family drama cloaked in the stale tropes of the demon-seed thriller. This could be a brilliant marketing strategy (two demographics for the price of one) or the accidental consequence of trusting a generic idea to an unusually thoughtful and restrained director (George
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Scenery Chewer Plays It Straight, Methodically
NYTimes - over 9 years
THE long, steep stairs leading up to Sam Rockwell's East Village apartment didn't faze the delivery guy from the corner joint. He and the organic hot dogs arrived at the door less than 20 seconds after the downstairs buzzer sounded. Mr. Rockwell was not surprised. ''That's his job,'' he said. ''He does that for a living. Your tip is dependent on
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SUMMER MOVIES; Old Friends? New Foes? Your Choice
NYTimes - almost 10 years
All dates are subject to change. May Opened Missing Victor Pellerin The title of Sophie Deraspe's documentary refers to a Montreal artist who disappeared in the early '90s after burning his work. Waitress Adrienne Shelly, who was murdered last November, directed, wrote and stars in this comedy about a small-town waitress (Keri Russell) who bakes
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A Film of One's Own
NYTimes - over 10 years
When the actress Vera Farmiga reads an interesting script for a movie or hears about a role that sounds intriguing, she puts herself on video as the character she would like to play. No one asks her to do this, but often rather than audition in person, she makes these short movies: small but fully realized character studies. She will don wigs, wear
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jacob Kogan
    TEENAGE
  • 2008
    Age 12
    Kogan is active in an alternative band with called Flake. They recorded their 12 track debut untitled record in 2008.
    More Details Hide Details They are currently unsigned and working on their next album which will be called Colors of Japan.
  • 2007
    Age 11
    He is best known for playing the title role in the 2007 psychological thriller Joshua and Spock as a child in J.J. Abrams' Star Trek.
    More Details Hide Details Kogan was born in New York City, where he lives and attends a private school for the arts (Dalton). He is the son of author and photographer Deborah Copaken Kogan and Russian-born one-time child actor Paul Mikhailovich Kogan. Before starring in Joshua, Kogan was a regular on the adult-oriented MTV2 sketch comedy television series, Wonder Showzen. He wrapped production on a film called Lifelines, from writer/director Rob Margolies. The film had a general release on April 3, 2009 at the Quad Theater in Manhattan after having been shown at film festivals in 2008. Kogan also stars in the television series Delocated.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1995
    Born
    Born on May 28, 1995.
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