Breckin Meyer is an American actor, musician, writer, and producer, known for his roles in films such as Clueless (1995), Road Trip (2000), Rat Race (2001), and Garfield: The Movie (2004), he’s also known for providing voices for the television series Robot Chicken (2005–present) and for voicing Joseph Gribble in King of The Hill (2000–2010).
Meyer played several roles as a druggie, starting with his debut in Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991), in which he was dispatched in a video game. His breakthrough screen role was in the teen hit Clueless (1995) as the skateboarding stoner. Meyer offered similar characterizations in The Craft and John Carpenter’s Escape from L.A. (both 1996). He played the best friend of an Olympic hopeful in the biopic Prefontaine (1997) and as a high-school student yearning to leave his hometown in Dancer, Texas Pop. 81 (1998).
In 54 (also 1998), a look at life in the famous ’70s nightspot Studio 54, the actor was cast as a busboy married to the coat check girl and pursued by a bartender. Meyer is close friends with Phillippe, with whom he and Seth Green share a production company