HBO’s ever-expanding library of juvenile dramas began with the ever-popular Euphoria and is rising with We Are Who We Are, an upcoming dramatic mini-series. The complete trailer was simply launched on Monday, July 27 and in response to the community, it delves into “friendship, past love, identification, and immerses the viewers in all of the messy exhilaration and anguish of being an adolescent — a narrative which may occur anyplace on the earth, however on this case, occurs on this little slice of America in Italy.”
It actor, Jack Dylan Grazer is enjoying the function of Fraser Wilson. Keep tuned for every thing we all know concerning the 16-year-old actor, in addition to the 14-year-old teenager he performs in HBO’s newest and best creation.
You probably acknowledge 16-year-old Jack Dylan Grazer, the younger actor behind Fraser.
Whereas touchdown a task in an upcoming HBO collection is main for 16-year-old Jack Dylan Grazer, you’ve got more than likely already seen the actor elsewhere. He performed Eddie Kaspbrak within the 2017 horror remake It and It Chapter 2, in response to IMDB. He additionally appeared in Shazam! as Freddy Freeman and performed 12-year-old Nic in Stunning Boy.
Jack grew up in Los Angeles to Angela LaFever, an Instagram influencer with virtually 100,000 followers, and Gavin Grazer, who’s a well known Hollywood actor, producer, and director. Rising up in Hollywood, Jack’s expertise was acknowledged at an early age and he attributes minor roles in commercials and on TV to his first function in a characteristic movie known as Scales: Mermaids Are Actual.
When he is not appearing, Jack enjoys skateboarding, artistic writing, directing movies with associates, and browsing. He took house the successful title at his college’s movie pageant for the most effective documentary, which was known as “Household is Household,” and likewise outwardly helps “Stomp Out Bullying,” a marketing campaign to finish hate, racism, and discrimination.
We significantly cannot wait to see Jack play the function of Fraser in HBO’s We Are Who We Are — figuring out the director, it will be a tear-jerker.