SHILOH FERNANDEZ (Peter) also stars this March in the
independent film "Skateland," which premiered in competition at the 2010
Sundance Film Festival and went on to earn applause at other film festivals,
Fernandez grew up in the small Northern California town of Ukiah and, at age
19, moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting. He first gained praise in the 2006
telefilm "Crossroads: A Story of Forgiveness." The following year, he made his
feature film debut in the indie thriller "Interstate."
Fernandez's subsequent film credits include the drama "Red," with Brian Cox,
which premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival; "Gardens of the Night,"
alongside John Malkovich, Jeremy Sisto and Harold Perrineau; "From Within,"
opposite Thomas Dekker; "Deadgirl," which premiered at the 2008 Toronto
International Film Festival; the critically acclaimed "Cadillac Records," in
which he co-starred with Adrien Brody, BeyoncĂ© Knowles, Jeffrey Wright and
Gabrielle Union; "16 to Life"; and "Happiness Runs."
On television, Fernandez starred in the "Gossip Girl" spin-off, and has had
recurring and guest roles on a number of series, including "Jericho," Showtime's
"United States of Tara," created by Diablo Cody, "Three Rivers" and "CSI: NY."