ALDEN EHRENREICH (Han Solo) has worked with some of the
foremost directors in Hollywood, including Francis Ford Coppola, Ron Howard, the Coen Brothers and
This summer, Ehrenreich will star in the film "The Yellow Birds," directed by
Alex Moors and released by Saban Films. He plays the lead role of a young soldier who has been
exposed to the horrors of war in Iraq, and subsequently covers up the death of his best
friend. In 2016, Ehrenreich garnered critical attention for his scene-stealing role as Hobie
Doyle in the Coen Brothers film "Hail, Caesar!," alongside Josh Brolin and Ralph Fiennes.
Ehrenreich made his film debut in 2009 to critical acclaim, playing the lead
in Francis Ford Coppola's semi-autobiographical film "Tetro." Additional film credits include
Warren Beatty's "Rules Don't Apply"; "Blue Jasmine"; "Beautiful Creatures"; Focus
Features' "Somewhere," directed by Sofia Coppola; "Twixt," directed by Francis Ford
Coppola; and Fox Searchlight's "Stoker."
Ehrenreich began directing and starring in student films in junior high and
high school. After, he attended the prestigious Gallatin School at New York University. While there,
he created The Collectin, a collective that crafted plays and films tailor-made to the
strengths of its actors and writers. They created six original plays, five short films and one
feature film, "Running Wild."
Ehrenreich currently resides in Los Angeles.