which follows a Wisconsin homemaker who arranges to host a foreign exchange student, believing the visitor will help her shy son (played by Byrd) become more popular. He plays Luke Campbell, who has the ability to emit microwave pulses.

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who develop a twisted infatuation with each other as they travel the country luring unsuspecting victims through personal ads in the newspaper.

Travolta played the lead detective on the case and Byrd played his troubled son.

He played Brandon, a gay friend of Stone's character Olive Penderghast, whom she pretends to have sex with at a house party to boost their social standings.

Dan Byrd is a talented and successful American actor born on November 20, 1985 in Marietta, Georgia. His mainly famous roles contain the 2004 movie A Cinderella Story, the 2006 restructure of The Hills Have Eyes, the 2010 movies Norman and A Easy, and the sitcoms Aliens in America and Cougar city.

In 2006, Byrd starred in Alexandre Aja's remake of The Hills Have Eyes, based on Wes Craven's original 1977 cult classic film.

Also in 2006, Byrd starred opposite John Travolta in the period crime thriller Lonely Hearts.

The 49-year-old Friends star, whose divorce from David Arquette was recently finalised following their split in 2010, is reportedly finally ready to go public with her new romance after being linked to her Cougar Town co-star several times in the past.

The couple were recently spotted on a date at West Hollywood's Chi Lin restaurant, where a witness said they 'acted like boyfriend and girlfriend' as they dined with Courteney's nine-year-old daughter with David, Coco.

His characteristic movie entrance was in the 1999 pictures The First of May, which starred Julie Harris and Mickey Rooney.

He then went on to create a cord of appearances in TV succession such as Any Day Now, Judging Amy, ER, and Touched by an Angel earlier than having his first getaway position in the TNT miniseries Salem's Lot, playing youngster Mark Petrie.

He appeared in three episodes all through Heroes'.