Evan Ellingson may not be a big star in show business, but he surely was a part of some fine movies and TV shows that still are cult classics. His tragic death brought tears to thousands of fans and many are still mourning over his death. However, His performance as an actor was unparalleled and just to remind ourselves what kind of genius he was, we have listed some of his best work. Let’s begin listing our first film which features Evan Ellingson.
10. Living in Fear (One of the Best in Evan Ellingson Movies and TV Shows)
Living in Fear is a 90-minute horror film, that tells the story of a man who returns to his old house and finds himself stuck in the dark past.
Evan Ellingson plays young 12-year-old Chuck, the main character’s son, who is often haunted by the old owner’s visions. Evan’s performance was impressive, moreover, he indulged himself in roleplaying the character. This was one of his early movies, and he was about the same age as the character he was playing in the film.
09. Untitled Camryn Manheim Pilot (Underrated from Evan Ellingson Movies and TV Shows)
Most don’t know if there exists a film called Untitled Camryn Manheim Pilot. It is a comedy show that follows the everyday life of a single mother who often clashes with neighbors. The show features Carrie Rydel as the mother and Evan as one of her three children.
Besides the principal details, there isn’t much we know about the show and it is one of the rarest shows to find, you can’t find it on any streaming website, to watch it you have to dig out the internet.
08. Complete Savages
Right after listing a film about single mothers, we are delving into a movie that is about a single father. Complete Savage is a sitcom about a silly family consisting of only men. It elaborates on the struggles of a single father raising his 5 notorious sons alongside his brother.
Evan plays Kyle Savage one of the five sons of Nick Savage. The show mostly has positive reviews and less critical reviews, but because it didn’t perform well the show had to axe it.
07. Rules of the Game
The Rules of the Game is a short 10 minutes long film, which came in 2003. It is about a gang of criminals who captivate a family hostage and demand a large sum of money. But a young criminal named Adam played by Evans betrays them because he reflects on his humanity and lets the family escape.
The film is indeed a rollercoaster of emotions, it explores the themes of crime, thriller, betrayal, and humanity. Also, Evan is the protagonist in the short film, and we see his actions having consequences in the end.
06. Confession (2005)
Confession is a movie that elaborates on a murder mystery, involving a student and a priest. The film begins when a troublemaker student Luther Scott accidentally pushes a fellow student to death. Out of panic, he reveals the incident to a priest Father Kelly, and then blames him for the murder. Father Kelly is bound by the seal of confession and can’t reveal anything about the event. Despite knowing the truth he can’t point his finger at the murderer, and now it’s on the detective to decide who is the real killer.
Evans plays the role of Benjamin, the son of a Senator, and he also has something to do with the mystery.
05. The Bondage (2006)
The Bondage showcases the life of a teenager in the rebellious phase. To escape his abusive father he runs to LA but his luck runs out there too and gets trapped in juvenile detention and a psychiatric center.
Evan Ellingson plays the role of the main character’s older brother, who is abusive and often clashes with his younger brother and father. Evan Ellingson as an older brother plays out a jaw-dropping performance, no one expected him to be a genius at it.
04. Bones (2005)
Bones is quite a long series, with 12 seasons, it has about 246 episodes in total. The show has an episodic story but the plot is about the partnership of Dr. Temperance “Bones” Brennan, an elite doctor and scientist, and Seeley Booth, a charismatic FBI agent. They join forces when solving a murder mystery, Bones with her team have expertise in analyzing everything about a victim’s body, especially the bones, and Booth is assigned to help her get to those bodies and clues.
Evan Ellingson plays a supportive role in the 5th episode of the first season. He roleplays as the foster son of Margaret Sanders, who kidnaps Charlie a young boy, Evans’s age, and claims he is her biological son.
03. 24 (2001-2010)
The Series 24 TV follows an agent named Jack Bauer who works for the Counter Terrorist Unit. The show depicts him as strong, kind, and intelligent, kind of like James Bond. The 24 TV Series is all about his fight against evil organizations to keep his family and nation safe from danger. 24 is a real-time narrative show, and each episode is titled by the time between when the event is occurring. In 24 TV shows, Evan plays as the main character’s nephew. He makes an appearance in the 6th season of the Show.
02. Letters from Iwo Jima
Iwo Jima is without a doubt an East Asian name or to be more specific it’s a Japanese name. Letters from Iwo Jima is an American film in the Japanese language that depicts the Battle of Iwo Jima from the two soldiers’ perspective. The film is full-on entertaining, it delivers an accurate presentation of history and an action-packed plot, which history enthusiasts will love.
Evans makes a short appearance as Clint Eastwood, a kid marine. He may not be a crucial character in the film, but the film is more complete than any film or TV show in this list.
01. My Sister’s Keeper (The Best in Evan Ellingson movies and TV Shows)
The description of My Sister’s Keepers doesn’t say that it’s a psychological film, but it is without a doubt. The film tells about the ethical dilemma of an average family, whose daughter is on her deathbed because of leukemia. Her only source of survival is her sister’s blood and body parts. Anna lives as the donor for her sister, Kate. But things get worse when Anna is forced to donate the kidney to her sister. These girls have an older brother named Jesse, who feels neglected and is portrayed by Evan.
Conclusion: 10 Best Movies and TV Shows of Evan Ellingson
We can’t express how sad Evan’s death is, but crying won’t benefit us in any way. There is a popular saying “Don’t cry because it’s over smile because it happened” so let’s move on and look for a better future. With that being said this concludes our blog on “10 Best Evan Ellingson Movies and TV Shows.”
How do you rate it? We can’t deny that Evan Ellingson was out of class, even though he didn’t have any chance to appear big in the film industry, he showcased his talent and told the world, he was the one. As an adult, do you think he deserved to play a role in important films? Comment on your opinion, we want to see your point of view about Evan Ellingson Movies and TV Shows and his story.