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Blake Heron

Blake Heron
Born (1982-01-11) January 11, 1982
Sherman Oaks, California, United States
Years active 1995 - present

Blake Heron (born January 11, 1982) is an American screen actor. He starred as Marty Preston in the 1996 film Shiloh.

Early life

Heron was born in New York City, and finally to Burbank, California, where he started his acting career.


At the age of 13, he made his film debut in the Disney film Tom and Huck (1995) and the television series Reality Check (1995). When the series did not last, Blake starred in several television movies, including Trilogy of Terror II (1996). Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher (1996) was his biggest role at the young age of 14. He played the flirtatious jock, Jordan. In 1997, he was recognized for his portrayal as Marty Preston in the Warner Bros. hit Shiloh (1997).

Since graduating from high school in 2000, Blake has avoided child roles and has been taking on more serious adult roles. In the HBO movie Cheaters (2000/1) he played a conspiring dark teen, then had the same type of role in Blast (2000). After appearing in television hits such as Boston Public (2000), Family Law (1999) and The Guardian, he took on the role of Specialist Galen Bungum in We Were Soldiers (2002). He also appeared in Dandelion (2004).

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