Omri played 'Stan' in the 1993 movie, Matinee.
Omri received the role of Max Dennison in Hocus Pocus after Leonardo DiCaprio declined to role to appear in the 1993 film, What's Eating Gilbert Grape.
In 1993, Omri played the role on Max Dennison in the movie, Hocus Pocus.
Omri is of Israeli descent.
Omri is right handed.
Omri is Jewish.
In 1984, Omri won the award for 'Outstanding Youth Actor in Prime Time Soap Opera' at the Soap Opera Digest Awards for his role in Dallas.
Omri now works as a hairdresser in Los Angeles.
As of 2005, Omri resides in Los Angeles.
Omri's parents are divorced.
During his Eerie, Indiana days, Omri skyrocketed to teen fame, and was featured in many teen idol magazines like Tiger Beat and Teen Beat.
Omri is best known for his role as Marshall Teller on the popular short-lived TV series Eerie, Indiana.
Omri is currently taking time off from acting, and resides in Israel with family.
Omri had the lead role in the movie Journey Into Night in 2002. He plays a young gay man who contemplates committing suicide.
Omri had a "come-back" of sorts, guest-starring as Brad on the popular Freaks & Geeks in 1999.
Omri enjoys getting exercise by playing basketball with friends.
Omri's favorite cuisine is Japanese. He loves sushi.
Omri has listed Al Pacino as his all-time favorite actor.
Omri's mother is named Rina and his father is named Yorum.
Omri lists his favorite movies as Point Break and Terminator 2.
Omri loves travelling to Israel; he lived there briefly when he was younger.
Omri's parents are devout Jews.
Omri's successful yet short-lived series Eerie, Indiana is now available on DVD.
Omri is 5'8" tall.
Omri's last major role was in the 1993 film Hocus Pocus.
Omri is fluent in Hebrew.
Omri plays the drums.
Omri once dated actress Danielle Harris, who appeared in an episode of Eerie, Indiana with him.
Omri has an older brother, Michael, and an older sister, Lali.
In English, Omri means "sheaf of grain," and Katz means "descendant of a priest."
Shalane McCall: [On Omri] Omri is going to be a definite heartbreaker in a few years!
Omri: Movies are just more fun to make... You film so quick for TV. I would do a TV series again, but it would have to be good for my career.
Omri: [On working with Larry Hagman on Dallas] I worked a lot with Larry and I got to know him the most. He jumps around the set, and he's very funny.
Omri: [On his favorite scary movies] I used to like the Freddy Krueger Nightmare On Elm Street movies, stuff like that.