Date of Birth: April 16th 1976
American actor, known for roles both as a child and as an adult. His career has spanned more than twenty years during which time he has appeared in more than thirty-six feature films, as well as a number of television shows and theater productions.
Haas became more widely known in 1985 when, at the age of eight, he appeared with Harrison Ford in Witness. His performance as an Amish boy who is the sole witness to an undercover cop's murder was well-received by critics. Haas followed this with parts in films such as Lady in White and Solarbabies.
Haas played AIDS victim Ryan White in the TV movie, The Ryan White Story, for which he received an Emmy nomination. On stage in 1988, he performed alongside Steve Martin and Robin Williams in Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot at Lincoln Center in New York City for director Mike Nichols.
He went on to appear in Woody Allen's Everyone Says I Love You, Tim Burton's Mars Attacks, and Alan Rudolph's Breakfast of Champions. Haas' work in the 2000s includes Brick, Gus Van Sant's Last Days, and While She Was Out with Kim Basinger.