ALSO MAKES CAMEO APPEARANCES IN “MAX STEEL” and “RINGS”
ORLANDO (June 8, 2015) – Actor BRANDON LARRACUENTE shines as Hollywood’s newest rising talent starring in acclaimed Netflix series, BLOODLINE. The young star will also appear on the big screen in two upcoming features, Open Road Films MAX STEEL and then Paramount Pictures franchise film RINGS.
BLOODLINE follows a family of adult siblings whose past secrets and scars are revealed when their black sheep of a brother returns home. Larracuente steps into the drama as Ben, the naïve and privileged teen son of John Rayburn (Kyle Chandler), who stumbles upon the family’s dark history. Larracuente will be returning as Ben for Season Two, which launches on Netflix in 2016.
“I’m really excited to be returning to ‘Bloodline’. Not only is Ben a fun character to play, but I’ll get even more opportunity to work with all these amazing people,” Larracuente explains. “I was in awe to be on set with legendary actors Sam Shepard and Sissy Spacek, who play my grandparents. And, I was totally humbled to work with veterans Kyle Chandler and Jacinda Barrett. This experience has been awesome and I feel totally blessed.”
Coming this summer, Larracuente appears in a cameo role as ‘Kid’ in the action-thriller feature film, MAX STEEL. The film follows the adventures of teenager Max McGrath and alien companion Steel, who must harness and combine their tremendous new powers to evolve into the turbo-charged superhero Max Steel.
Then later this year, Larracuente pops-up in a supporting role again appearing in RINGS, the third installment in the wildly-popular THE RING franchise. Audiences will be excited as Samara returns with a familiar video tape to strike terror once again.
Most recently, Larracuente guest starred in an episode of NBC’s action-thriller series, CONSTANTINE. The episode took place in Mexico City, positioning Larracuente in a pivotal role where he spoke entirely in Spanish. His credits also include appearances in the kid-favorite Nickelodeon series EVERY WHICH WAY, A&E’s crime-drama THE GLADES and the Travel Channel’s docu-drama GOT HOME ALIVE.
Originally from Pleasantville, New York, Larracuente was introduced into the acting arena at the tender age of 4 when he appeared in local opera productions. From there, it was a short leap into the leading child roles in Off-Broadway shows. Five years later his family moved to Florida, where he quickly landed starring roles at the Orlando Repertory Theatre and made the transition to on-camera projects.
Brandon Larracuente is represented by Level Talent Group (Tampa, FL).
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