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He won a play in the 2014 Midtown International Theater Festival. And is a finalist in this year’s Carnegie Mellon Drama Festival, according to his personal website. He is the son of John Abrams. He attended the School of Theatre graduation of the Barnard College in the 2013-14 school year. Abrams wrote the plays "The Importance of Being Earnest", "Aliens and Aliensons" and "Postcards from Home".
A self-proclaimed lover of television and theatre. Child actor Austin Abrams was born in Pennsylvania and raised in Florida. Where he began his dramatic training when he was five years old. Continuing to take acting lessons over the next several years, Abrams first appeared on stage at age nine. In his initial role in a theatre production, he portrayed the talking teacup Chip in "Beauty and the Beast." He then went on to act in "The Plexiglass Slipper," a musical take on the "Cinderella" tale. Before going the Shakespearean route with a part in "The Winter's Tale." He also appeared in a staging of Brecht's "Life of Galileo" before beginning his film career in 2011. That year, despite his lack of screen credits, Abrams landed a substantial role in the straight-to-video thriller "Ticking Clock." The young actor shared the screen with stars Neal McDonough and Oscar-winner Cuba Gooding Jr. A dark, violent affair, "Ticking Clock" found the latter star playing a reporter who is tracking down a serial murderer. As a supporting actor, Abrams portrayed James, a young orphan with a grim past. Shot in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the film was helmed by director Ernie Barbarash, an action and sci-fi specialist. (Source:www.rottentomatoes.com)
Austin Abrams is probably best known for his role as Lincoln on The CW's superhero drama The Flash. Abrams' most recent role was as Dr. Jeff Greene on the medical drama series Code Black on CBS. Born in 1984 and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, Austin Abrams attended St. Ursula Academy and is a 2006 graduate of the University of Cincinnati in theater. He played Charlie in the US premiere of the Tony Award-winning revival of How I Learned to Drive.
Dash, Lily's mystery love interest in Dash & Lily, is played by Austin Abrams who you may have spotted in The Walking Dead and Euphoria. (Source: www.capitalfm.com)
Born in 1991, Austin Abrams is an American actress and singer. She won a Tony Award in 2014, a Drama Desk Award in 2007, and a Hollywood Film Award at the 2015 Hollywood Film Awards. As well as a Daytime Emmy Award for her work in the daytime drama Soapnet's Emmy-nominated television series Out of the Blue in 2015.
Austin Abrams has already made a name for himself in huge teen dramas like HBO’s Euphoria, Amazon Prime’s Chemical Hearts and Netflix's Dash & Lily. Get to know the star here, from his age, height and dating history to his previous on-screen roles… [Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for IMDb] (Source: www.popbuzz.com)