Appeared with Ed O'Neill in Dutch (1991) at the age of 13 and later played his partner in "Dragnet" (2003).
Amelinda Embry gave birth to their son, Cogeian coming from the Latin word cogeo meaning "to think over" while Ethan Embry's 1993 A Far Off Place (1993) was still airing. [December 10, 1999]
The song "Romeo and Juliet" by Dire Straits plays in the background in scenes featuring him in two different movies, Empire Records (1995) and Can't Hardly Wait (1998).
Produced an unreleased movie titled "Taken" with his White Squall (1996) co-star and friend, Jeremy Sisto, and a friend of Embry's was to direct it
Did his own stunts in White Squall (1996).
In between the films That Thing You Do! (1996) and Vegas Vacation (1997), he only had two days off.
Won 6th place in a California gymnastics tournament at the age of 10 (one can see Ethan doing back flips in Can't Hardly Wait (1998), right after the scene where someone calls Mike Dexter a fag).
Is the owner of many pets (in 1998, he had five cats and eight dogs).
Can't Hardly Wait (1998) opened the day before Ethan's 20th birthday.
Married actress Amelinda Embry (auditioned to play "Stacy" in the CBS sitcom "Work with Me" (1999), but Emily Rutherfurd landed the role - Ethan read Amelinda's script, liked it, auditioned and snagged the role of "Sebastian"). [November 14, 1998]