Happy New Year 2017

We here at The Jonathan Taylor Thomas Archive want to wish you all a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Hope you've had some festive holidays and have made it well into 2017. 2016 marked the 20th anniversary of the 6th season of Home Improvement as well as the 25th for the 1st

Happy 35th birthday Jonathan

Jonathan Taylor Thomas 35th Birthday

Today, Thursday September 8th, 2016, it's 35 years since Jonathan Taylor Thomas was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. At the age of 6 he started acting in commercials, and at the age of 9 he landed the role that should change his life forever - the role as Randy Taylor on the

Jonathan Taylor Thomas Still Has Strong Ties To His ‘Home Improvement’ Family

Jonathan Taylor Thomas has been doing quite well after he left Home Improvement, according to E! Online. It was his Home Improvement co-star Patricia Richardson who dished about what has happened to JTT since he left the ABC show, which ended its run on May 25, 1999. Home Improvement's Patricia Richardson

Jonathan Directing this weeks episode of Last Man Standing

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According to People.Com, Jonathan Taylor Thomas is the director of this weeks episode of Last Man Standing, episode is titled "Eve's Band" and will air on ABC Friday 19th at 8/7c. Synopsis of episode according to TVGuide.com "Eve(Kaitlyn Dever) and Cammy(Sarah Gilman) start a band, but their music isn't good, so Mike(Tim

The Adventures of JTT

Article on Jonathan Taylor Thomas' work on The Adventures of Pinocchio, Home Improvement and the upcoming movie at the time: Wild America. Over the years many teens have been called "The Hardest Working Kid In Show Business" but nobody compares to 14-year-old Jonathan Taylor Thomas! Read the full article here... Source and author

Boy Wonder

Hollywood wants Jonathan Taylor Thomas, teen idoldom's beau ideal, to be the next Macaulay Culkin. He’d prefer to be the next Ron Howard Head down, fingers interlaced as if in prayer, thirteen-year-old Jonathan Taylor Thomas is sitting in the rough-hewn witness dock of Tom and Huck's faux 19th-century courtroom, silent and still for what seems