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AUSTIN ABRAMS is among Hollywood's young actors to watch, who at the age of 21 already has years of experience working on some of television's biggest shows including "The Walking Dead," "Shameless" and "Silicon Valley." Abrams was recently seen in the half-hour comedy "SMILF" alongside Connie Britton as her character's son Casey. "SMILF" premiered on Showtime in November 2017.

Austin has kept busy in the independent film world, booking three projects alone last year. Austin recently starred in the critically acclaimed comedy BRAD STATUS, co-starring opposite Ben Stiller who plays Abrams' father in the film. BRAD'S STATUS had its world premiere in September 2017 at the Toronto International Film Festival. He can also be seen in the 2017 indie films WE DON'T BELONG HERE, TRAGEDY GIRLS and GRASS STAINS. Additionally, in 2015 Austin starred opposite Nat Wolff and Cara Delevingne in the feature film PAPER TOWNS, based on John Green's best-selling book of the same name.

On the small screen, Austin has contributed to some of the most critically-acclaimed shows currently on television. He played the recurring character Ron in the fifth and sixth seasons of AMC's megahit series "The Walking Dead." Prior to his debut on "The Walking Dead," Austin may have been best known for playing the hilarious smartass Todd Cooper on the MTV series "Inbetweeners." Also had memorable turns on the HBO hit comedy "Silicon Valley," as well as the acclaimed Showtime series "Shameless."


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