An American actor, Austin Abrams is widely known for his role as Ron Anderson in The Walking Dead and as Ben Starling in
Paper Towns. Austin was born on September 2, 1996, in Sarasota, Florida. He started his career with a role in the film “Jewtopia”, as a younger version of the character Adam Lipschitz. Later on, he played the role of Hunter Gorski in the movie Grass Stains. He played alongside Tye Sheridan, who acts as Conrad, as his best friend who is ignorant of Conrad’s feeling for a girl, acted by
Kaitlyn Dever. Before that, Austin appeared in a few episodes of “The Inbetweeners” during the year 2012 as Todd Cooper. His performance was well acclaimed by the critics. He was also seen as a guest actor in various TV series such as Shameless and Silicon Valley.
Austin Adams has been acting in the television series, The Walking Dead, as Ron Anderson from Season 5 to the present running episodes. The show is a horror drama based on a comic book series, and Austin is a recurring actor throughout a few seasons appearing in about seven episodes. He is also seen as Aaron in the American comedy-drama, “
The Kings of Summer”, starring
Nick Robinson and Moises Arias.
Nat Wolff and
Cara Delevingne, Austin Abrams starred in the film Paper Towns in 2015. It is a mystery comedy-drama film based on the novel by John Green, the author of the best-selling novel, The Fault in Our Stars. The young actor is currently acting in a movie called “Dude” which is under filming. The movie stars others such as
Lucy Hale and
Alexandra Shipp. He also signed up for “Vernon God Little”, which is under pre-production. The movie is an adaptation of a novel by DBC Pierre, which concerns a humble teenager, who is inaccurately accused of shootings at a school. The book was the author’s debut novel and scored a Booker Prize for its satirical comedy on the events of everyday life. The movie is directed by Werner Herzog, and Austin is in the talk for the lead role of Vernon Little. Other actors such as
Mike Tyson and
Pamela Anderson are also rumoured to be in the film.