Please welcome the hilarious Ethan Suplee to the Washington State Summer Con from June 21st through the 23rd. Ethan has spent 30 years starring in movies and television series and gives us a Mallrat and a Titan for the show. Ethan has established himself over the past few decades as an actor of considerable talent and accomplishment.
Suplee co-starred opposite Jason Lee in NBC and Twentieth Century-Fox TV’s half-hour comedy, My Name is Earl. He played Randy, the brother of Lee’s Earl who, following an epiphany, embarks on a mission to right all the wrongs he has inflicted on people. Ethan landed his first role, at the age of 16, on the popular television series, Boy Meets World. He had a recurring role as the reluctant bully Frankie for three seasons. Ethan plays Officer Billy on The Ranch and has also starred in Chance and the Santa Clarita Diet.
He made his feature film debut in 1995 Mallrats, where he played the memorable Willam Black. Smith went on to cast Suplee in Chasing Amy, Dogma, and Clerks II & III. Other comedy credits include Without A Paddle with Seth Green and Matthew Lillard, director Todd Phillips’ Road Trip and Evolution for director Ivan Reitman.
Suplee showcased his impressive acting chops with a compelling performance in 1998 in director Tony Kaye’s American History X. His role as high school football lineman Louie in Disney’s Remember the Titans exposed Suplee to a larger audience. Some other movie credits include The Wolf on Wall Street, Blow, Cold Mountain, The Butterfly Effect, Art School Confidential, Ghost World, and The Fountain. He later teamed up with Denzel Washington to garner critical acclaim opposite Washington in John Q.