SHILOH FERNANDEZ (David) stars in the forthcoming dramedy Syrup, alongside Brittany Snow, Amber Heard and Kellan Lutz. Most recently, he was seen in Catherine Hardwicke's Red Riding Hood, starring opposite Amanda Seyfried and Gary Oldman. He was also seen in Anthony Burns' indie Skateland (2010) with Ashley Greene, which premiered in dramatic competition at Sundance and SXSW.
Fernandez grew up in the small Northern California town of Ukiah. At the age of 19 he moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting. His performance in the feature Crossroads: A Story of Forgiveness garnered critical praise. He was next seen in the indie thriller Interstate and the drama Gardens of the Night, alongside John Malkovich, Jeremy Sisto and Gillian Jacobs.
Fernandez then shot a recurring role on the CBS drama "Jericho," playing Sean Hawthorne, a teenager with a mean streak. This led to roles in the underrated horror film Deadgirl, opposite Noah Segan, and supernatural thriller From Within, alongside Thomas Dekker and Rumer Willis. He then co-starred with Brian Cox in the acclaimed thriller Red, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Based on a Jack Ketchum novel, Red tells the story of a man seeking justice from three teenagers who kill his dog for no apparent reason.
Fernandez was recently seen in Cadillac Records, a period piece dealing with the rise and fall of Chess Records, the influential R&B label. He played Phil Chess opposite Adrien Brody, Beyonce Knowles, Jeffrey Wright and Gabrielle Union.
Additional television credits include Showtime's "The United States of Tara," opposite Toni Collette and Brie Larsen, and CW's "Gossip Girl," with Brittany Snow, Kristen Bell and Blake Lively.
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