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Remember that cute kid from Jerry Maguire? You won’t believe what he looks like now!

Remember that sweet looking kid from Jerry Maguire, we’ll he’s all growns up!

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And still very very cute. He may be 26 now, but Jonathan Lipnicki first came to fame during the 90s as the cute kid, Ray Boyd, from the Tom Cruise blockbuster Jerry Maguire. Remember, front teeth missing… all American boy… yep that’s him. Well, twenty year’s later (yep that made us feel old) he’s now grown into quite the beautiful man as this picture from his Instagram reveals!

He’s still acting and working out so it seems… He’s been filming all of 2016 for Loserville.









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