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Born in Staten Island, New York, Sexton made his film debut in Todd Solondz's Welcome to the Dollhouse playing the troubled bully Brandon Mc Carthy, for which he was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award.
He was the lead in Hurricane Streets and Desert Blue and also appeared in Boys Don't Cry, Black Hawk Down, and Just Like the Son, as well as the cult films Empire Records and Pecker.
With his pale skin and street tough demeanor, Sexton speaks with a "working class" Manhattan drawl and has attended public schools unlike other New York teen actors who have the elongated "A"s and privileged mannerisms of a private school lifestyle.
If only the cunning minds that plot the course for Summer Bay and Ramsey Street were allowed Uncle Larry's creative freedoms. JC: If you have kids, you may never let them out of the house again.Sexton wrote an article in 2002 where he called the US Army's "School of the Americas, the U. Army’s own terrorist training camp for Latin America" and said that Black Hawk Down failed to explain the reasons behind the Somali population's opposition to the U. military presence in their country: The Somalis are portrayed as if they don't know what's going on, as if they're trying to kill the Americans because they — like all other "evildoers" — will do anything to bite the hand that feeds them. “Pretty Little Liars” star Ian Harding, “Harry Potter” thesp Evanna Lynch and Carol Kane are starring in indie crime thriller “Dynamite: A Cautionary Tale,” which has started shooting in New York this week.Sexton then played a solider in "Arresting Gena," was in the ensemble of "A, B, C...Manhattan" (both 1997), about the residents of a Lower East Side apartment building and stole the show as a Generation X-er in "Myth America" (lensed in 1996) The rising young actor had his first lead as a 15-year old struggling on the streets of Manhattan in the Sundance Film Festival hit "Hurricane Streets/Hurricane" (1997), which focused on the moral choices faced by teens today.