Donnie Jeffcoat
Don Jeffcoat
Born February 16, 1975
Gulfport, Mississippi, USA
Occupation Actor, Writer, Producer
Donnie Lee Jeffcoat, Jr. (also credited as Don Jeffcoat; born February 16, 1975) is an American actor.


Jeffcoat got his big break playing Eric Antonio on The Wonder Years. He later starred and appeared in a number of films and television shows, including the children's game show Wild & Crazy Kids broadcast on Nickelodeon, which he hosted from 1990 until 1992. He also had a small role a Craig on General Hospital.

He is perhaps most recognized for his roles as Joseph "Joey" Riley Buchanan on the ABC soap opera, One Life to live, Michael Tower on 7th Heaven, and Kyle in the his Disney movie Wish Upon a Star alongside Katherine Heigl and Danielle Harris. He portrayed Detective Stan Miller in CSI: NY and finished a webseries titled Camera Obsecura, directed by Drew Daywalt (Stark Raving Mad), which was launched in October 2009. He recently starred in WWII film, Fortress (2011 film), directed by Mike Phillips, released on DVD in 2012 and starred in a film Hotchfield, directed by Barry Kneller, also to be released in 2012.

Jeffcoat was born in Gulfport, Mississippi. Jeffcoat has been acting since age 8. His childhood was marked with many family movies including Alabama, Oklahoma and California. Jeffcoat attended college at the University of California, Irvine.

Jeffcoat is currently back in Los Angeles pursuing his career and teaching martial arts at his school, Shaolin Americna Self Defense Academy, in North Hollywood, CA. He is a 3rd degree Black Belt in Kempo/Kempo Karate and opened the school 2011.

Donnie was also in a movie called Night of the Demons.

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