Lukas Haas - Details


LUKAS HAAS made his feature film debut at age 4 in Testament, as the youngest son of William Devane and Jane Alexander, before landing the leading role of Samuel, the Amish boy who witnesses a murder, in the critically acclaimed Witness, directed by Peter Weir. He also earned an Emmy nomination in the leading role of Ryan White, the brave real life AIDS victim, in the telefilm, "The Ryan White Story."

In addition to "The Ryan White Story," his television work includes "Perfect Tribute," "A Place at the Table," "Amazing Stories" (the "Ghost Train" episode directed by Steven Spielberg), "Twilight Zone," "Shattered Spirits," "Love Thy Neighbor" and "My Dissident Man."

On Broadway Haas starred with Steve Martin and F. Murray Abraham in "Waiting for Godot," directed by Mike Nichols.


  • 16th April 1976 - Birth