Maximillion Drake "Max" Thieriot (born October 14, 1988) is an American actor who made his acting debut in the 2004 adventure comedy film Catch That Kid.
He has since appeared in the action comedy The Pacifier (2005), the mystery comedy Nancy Drew (2007), the sci-fi tale Jumper (2008), the supernatural horror My Soul to Take (2010), the erotic thriller Chloe (2010), the drama Disconnect (2012), the psychological horror-thriller House at the End of the Street (2012), and the action-thriller Point Break (2015).
Max Thieriot, one of Hollywood's most compelling young actors, is quickly rising into a sought after leading man.
Age: 27 years old Birthday: October 14, 1988Height: 5' 11"Nickname: Maxi Full Name / Real Name: Maximillion Drake Thieriot Birthplace: Los Altos Hills, CACurrent Residence: California Vera Farmiga and Freddie Highmore in "Bates Motel" A&E Greenlights 2 More Seasons of 'Bates Motel' — The network has ordered twenty episodes that will begin production later this year and air over two seasons, starting in 2016.
My character falls in love with her and she [Andrea Riseborough's character] falls in love with him, but he’s a minor and she’s in her late-20′s, so it gets crazy.” For more from Max, visit Flaunt.com!
Max Thieriot stars in "Bates Motel" on A&E as Dylan Massett, Norma's (Vera Farmiga) son by her first marriage and half-brother to Norman (Freddie Highmore).
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Robert Taylor in "Longmire" A&E Renews 'Longmire' for Season 3 — "'Longmire' has become one of the most compelling dramas on television with a devoted audience and we are so proud of the show," said David Mc Killop.A fan of the band Deerhoof, Theroux chose them to score Dedication.Theroux also had roles in two other films at the festival, Broken English and The Ten, in which he played Jesus Christ alongside Gretchen Mol.In 2011, Thieriot starred as a young man dying of Cystic Fibrosis who embarks on a pan-American pilgrimage to Mexico to spread his lost friend's ashes in the independent film "Foreverland," opposite Laurence Leboeuf.