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In 2001, Berfield was asked to serve as a National Youth Ambassador for Ronald Mc Donald House Charities, in which he participated for three years until turning 18. Jude Children's Research Hospital and most recently Virgin Unite, the charitable arm of Virgin Group.
In films he has appeared in family films such as Mom, Can I Keep Her?
(1998), The Kid with X-ray Eyes (1999), Invisible Mom II (1999), Wanted (1998), and most recently Max Keeble's Big Move (2001).
He has appeared in over 22 national television commercials including an advertisement for Colgate toothpaste and was subsequently dubbed "The Commercial Kid" when he was younger.
The role Justin is most known for is the character Reese in Fox's Malcolm in the Middle (2000), in which he plays Reese, the mischievous, bullying, second-oldest brother. In 1994 he landed the part of Bobby Bowman in The Good Life (1994), in 1995 got the part of Ross Malloy in Warner Bros.'s Unhappily Ever After (1995), a role he played for 5 seasons, and he also co-starred in the television show The Mommies (1993).