Lipnicki shared how he overcame his day-to-day anxiousness caused by unsavory treatment from some classmates.
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"I didn't go a day without going home and being upset," Lipnicki told Too Fab.
"I didn’t go a day without being called some form of gay slur, or a hateful slur pretty much every day of middle school." Surprisingly, the Hollywood adoration Lipnicki garnered for his role in "Jerry Maguire" didn't necessarily translate to popularity at school. "I had my own group of friends and people knew me, but it was a wide spectrum.
Lipnicki has also appeared in the season preview of Jamie Kennedy's Blowin' Up and When Zachary Beaver Came to Town.
He appeared on the comedy Motherlover on the YOMYOMF Network.
He was born as the younger of two children born to father Joseph and mother Rhonda and also had an elder sister named Alexis.
Although he stammered in his early days, that went away slowly and his parents admitted him at the Agoura High School, from where he graduated.
Lipnicki made his film debut in 1996's Jerry Maguire as the son of Renée Zellweger's character.
He subsequently appeared on The Single Guy, The Jeff Foxworthy Show as well as episodes of Dawson's Creek and the 1997 sitcom Meego.
His first acting role came when he was 8 months old but officially started to work as an actor from 1995.