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Ricky Ullman
Christopher Knight (Peter)

The only East Coast-based member of the “Growing Up Brady” cast, Ricky Ullman moved with his parents to the United States from Israel shortly after his first birthday.

At age 8, Ullman took an active interest in acting after seeing a musical production mounted by a children’s acting camp at a public library near his home in Fairfield, Connecticut. The following summer, he attended the camp and landed both lead and supporting roles, honing his acting, singing, and dancing skills in the process.

Prior to his first professional stage role as Louis in the national touring company of “The King and I,” Ullman played both musical and dramatic roles in various regional theater productions. Among these are “Peter Pan” at the Polka Dot Playhouse, “The Music Man” with the New England Repertory Company and Just People” at the Long Wharf Theatre. Also, he received a 1998-99 Best Actor nomination from the Connecticut Critics Awards for his character Stanley in Stamford Theater Works’ “A Rosen by Any Other Name.”

His feature film credits include “The Boys of Sunset Ridge” starring John Heard, Pat Morita and Burt Young, and the independent film “Crossfire: A Hitman’s Story.”

The oldest of three children, Ullman currently attends eighth grade and hopes to one day study drama at Yale.

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