Jonathan Sadowski

Jonathan Sadowski

Actor Jonathan Sadowski is best known for appearing in the feature "She's the Man" and the short-lived sitcom "$#*! My Dad Says." Sadowski's first major break came courtesy of the TV ensemble period drama "American Dreams" in 2004, followed by his supporting role in the 2006 gender-bending comedy "She's the Man," starring Channing Tatum and Amanda Bynes. After steady work on TV ("Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles") and in films ("Friday the 13th"), Sadowski landed the role of Henry Goodson on "$#*! My Dad Says," the Twitter feed turned TV show that co-starred William Shatner. After its cancellation, he was featured in the horror film "Chernobyl Diaries" in 2012.



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