Home Improvement Childhood Star Makes First Public Appearance in Years

In the early 1990s, a well-known child actor gained fame for roles in movies such as "The Lion King," "Tom and Huck," and "Man of the House," as well as the TV show "Home Improvement."

This actor was quite active in his youth but reduced his acting engagements in the 2000s, taking on only a few minor roles. His most recent acting appearance was in a sitcom starring a former colleague from "Home Improvement," where he guest-starred in four episodes between 2013 and 2015.

Recently, the actor was seen near his home in California, marking his first public appearance in two years.

The actor portrayed the middle child of characters played by Tim Allen and Patricia Richardson in the show. His impressive performance led to additional opportunities, including voicing young Simba in the 1994 Disney blockbuster, "The Lion King."

He remained a regular on "Home Improvement" from its debut in 1991 until 1998. He departed the show early in its eighth and final season, with his character relocating to Costa Rica in the second episode. Off-screen, the actor chose to prioritize his education, leading to his exit from the series.

"I’d been going nonstop since I was 8 years old," he said to People in 2013. "I wanted to go to school, to travel and have a bit of a break."

The actor made a return to entertainment on the series led by his former TV father, Tim Allen, titled "Last Man Standing." Between 2013 and 2015, he appeared in four episodes and took on the role of director for three episodes.

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