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Michael Oliver is a Actor American born on 10 october 1981 at Los Angeles (USA)

Michael Oliver

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Birth name Michael Oliver
Nationality USA
Birth 10 october 1981 (37 years) at Los Angeles (USA)

Michael Oliver (born October 10, 1981) is an American former child actor of the 1990s. Oliver is best known for his role as "Junior" in the first two Problem Child movies.

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Dennis Dugan
Dennis Dugan
(2 films)
David Grubin
David Grubin
(1 films)
John Ritter
John Ritter
(2 films)
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Filmography of Michael Oliver (4 films)

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Actor

Problem Child 2, 1h26
Directed by Dennis Dugan, Brian Levant
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Actors John Ritter, Michael Oliver, Jack Warden, Laraine Newman, Amy Yasbeck, Ivyann Schwan
Roles Junior Healy
Rating47% 2.3540252.3540252.3540252.3540252.354025
Ben Healy and his son, Junior, move from Cold River to Mortville, Oregon, a quiet, peaceful community, apparently as a way to start their lives all over again. Ben is initially sad to be leaving Cold River until Junior reminds him that everyone there has been horrible to him his whole life, including his father, friends, and former wife. They then leave, knocking over the "Now Leaving Cold River" sign with his car. Before they arrive at their new house, Junior sees a girl roller skating on the sidewalk with a balloon. He pops it with his sling shot and laughs at her as he goes by.
Problem Child, 1h18
Directed by Dennis Dugan
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Themes Films about adoption, Films about children, Films about families
Actors John Ritter, Jack Warden, Michael Oliver, Amy Yasbeck, Gilbert Gottfried, Michael Richards
Roles Junior
Rating53% 2.651492.651492.651492.651492.65149
The film opens with a woman leaving a bassinet on the porch of a fancy home; the baby, Junior, promptly pees on the woman who picks him up. From there, he is repeatedly discarded at various homes throughout many years by guardians who have grown tired of his destructive behavior—which includes throwing a rattle at the window, giving a cat soap to eat, using a vacuum cleaner to suck up the fish tank, and demolishing a mobile home with a bulldozer in retaliation for his favorite toys being stepped on—until he is eventually deposited at a Catholic orphanage, where he continues to wreak havoc on the strict nuns.