Max Thieriot
American actor
Max Thieriot
Maximillion Drake "Max" Thieriot is an American actor. During the 2000s, he appeared in several Hollywood films, including My Soul to Take, Catch That Kid, The Pacifier, Nancy Drew, Jumper, Kit Kittredge: An American Girl, and Chloe.
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‘Bates Motel’ Season 3 Spoilers: Max Thieriot Teases Changes For Dylan And Norman In Episode 6
International Business Times - almost 2 years
Brace yourselves, “Bates Motel” fans. After last week’s dramatic installment of A&E’s chilling series, the problems within the Bates family will only worsen in episode 6. Actor Max Thieriot, who portrays Dylan in the “Psycho” prequel, revealed to International Business Times that Monday night’s episode will let fans know where Dylan and Norman (Freddie Highmore) stand after Norma’s (Vera Farmiga) emotional departure from their home.
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15 Killer Reasons Why You Should Be Watching 'Bates Motel' Right Now
Huffington Post - about 3 years
"Bates Motel," the A&E "Psycho" prequel series was recently made available for streaming on Netflix, and with the second season premiering on March 3, there is no better time to catch up with the Bates family. Need a better reason to start yet another TV show? Well, we here at HuffPost TV are giving you fifteen of them to convince you to check into "Bates Motel." Vera Farmiga Kills It Farmiga's Emmy nominated performance as Norma Bates is one of the best things on television today. As Norman Bates' (Freddie Highmore) mother who can become unhinged at any moment, watching Farmiga is basically like watching a weekly masters acting class taught by a woman on the verge of a psychotic breakdown. It Teaches The Importance Of Family Bonding Norma and Norman have a close relationship, to say the least. Two Words: Man Candy Max Thieriot who plays Norman's half-brother, Dylan. Freddie Highmore Proves Your Teen Years Weren't So Rough Anthony Perkins shoes are big ones to fill, ...
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Max Thieriot of Bates Motel Marries; Kristen Stewart Attends ( - over 3 years Max Thieriot of Bates Motel Marries; Kristen Stewart Attends  —  Something about those Twilight stars: They love a good wedding - even if the odds of it being their own keep dwindling.  —  A week after Robert Pattinson crashed a wedding rehearsal with Katy Perry, his off-again girlfriend …
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Jason Bateman's Latest
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
LOS ANGELES -- It's a given at multiplexes these days that despite switch-off-your-cell-phone announcements and the occasional grumbling protest, whatever's onscreen will have to compete with tiny pockets of light from audience members unable to stay off their handhelds. Watching those glow patches come and go during "Disconnect" reinforces the film's position on how desensitized we've become to these technological intrusions. Not that Henry-Alex Rubin's schematic multi-strand drama is at all shy about articulating its themes. Directing his first narrative feature, documentary-maker Rubin ("Murderball") has assembled a solid cast and weaves together the three interconnected stories of Andrew Stern's original screenplay with elegance and efficiency. But this is a film that voices its warning about the hazards of a wired existence with solemn self-importance. It's also quite late in the day to be pointing out that we're so plugged into our devices we often fail to see or hear ...
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Marshall Fine: Movie Review: Disconnect
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
Disconnect is in the Crash / Nashville / Short Cuts school of story-telling, bringing together three disparate storylines that ultimately provide echoes and resonance between themselves, while involving people of tangential connection. But in Henry-Alex Rubin's film, from Andrew Stern's script, the connections -- or the way they're made -- is the point. In that respect, Disconnect, opening in limited release Friday (4/12/13), is exciting, disturbing and provocative. With its look at our everyday interactions -- and the way our lives have been taken over by devices meant to help us communicate but which do the opposite -- it's a cautionary tale that will leave you shaken and stirred. Still, to call it a tech thriller is to miscommunicate what it is about. While technology is the enabler is this story about human vulnerability and cruelty, it is not the villain. It is not even the decider. Rather, it is merely the vehicle, the distraction into which the characters chann ...
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Meet Norma Bates
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
NEW YORK -- Vera Farmiga has some advice for Norma Bates, her character in the new series "Bates Motel": "Honesty is always the best policy." Honesty – or the lack of it – is a key theme in the 10-episode prequel to the classic Hitchcock film "Psycho." The A&E show, which premieres Monday at 10 p.m., reveals just what drove Norman Bates (Freddie Highmore) over the edge. In an interview Monday, the Oscar-nominated actress said Norman and his mother, Norma, are "harboring a dark secret which will unfold as the series continues." Along with the everyday angst most parents experience, Norma "knows something about him that I think makes her hyper-protective," Farmiga said. Farmiga didn't have a lot to go from to create her character. In "Psycho," Norman's mother was a skeletal role. (Although Farmiga did reveal that in an upcoming episode she dons the same hairstyle as Norman's mother from the original film.) Farmiga, who has two toddlers of her own, said she ...
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Headed To SXSW
Huffington Post - about 4 years
"Before Midnight," "Don Jon's Addiction," "Upstream Color," Joss Whedon's "Much Ado About Nothing" and news from John Sayles, Joe Swanberg, David Gordon Green and Jeff Nichols will screen at the 2013 South By Southwest Film Festival. Those films join the previously announced premieres of the Steve Carell comedy "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" and the horror reboot "Evil Dead" on the SXSW lineup. “It’s an incredible privilege to sift through so much exciting work, and every year brings new surprises. Though trends emerge after the fact, not consciously while we’re programming, much of this year’s program embraces love and the need/search/desire for connection,” Janet Pierson, SXSW Film Conference and Festival Producer, said in a statement. “Many films reflect importantly on our culture and include intimate looks at iconic figures, and we’re lucky to have a plethora of hugely entertaining and audience pleasing films. Even more thrilling is the opportunity to support so m ...
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Jennifer Lawrence Says Max Thieriot Was 'Strange And Scary' On Their Horror-Film Set
MTV News - about 4 years
From Norman Bates to Freddy Krueger, every great horror movie needs a really grim and grody villain to propel its story forward—and to keep the female cast members shrieking in terror for all 120 minutes of screen time. And in this cool behind-the-scenes look at "House at the End of the Street" (out on DVD and Blu-ray today), newly minted scream queen Jennifer Lawrence has nothing but compliments for the man who terrorized her on-screen. "Max is a really great actor," she said—referring, of course, to one-time Hump Day Hottie Max Thieriot, who plays the role of the mysterious neighbor who may or may not be hiding some dark-and-dirty secrets in the basement beneath his house. In fact, according to Jennifer, her co-star's talents run so deep as to be a bit creepy: "He can just turn on and off, and it's very strange to watch the light in his eyes kind of get dark the instant [the director] calls 'Action.'" Chilling! But, says Jennifer, it made her role as the perpetually fri ...
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FILM: House at the End of the Street (15)
Bognor Regis Observer - over 4 years
Jennifer Lawrence takes time out from the blockbusting Hunger Games series to play a young woman in peril in Mark Tonderai’s nail-biting horror. Sarah (Elisabeth Shue) is still smarting from an acrimonious divorce and she moves into a new house in an idyllic rural town with her pretty daughter, Elissa (Lawrence). The family home is perfect and the locals seem lovely, then strange events begin to happen and Sarah and Elissa learn that the house next door was once a murder scene. A young woman killed her parents there and left her brother, Ryan (Max Thieriot), as the sole survivor of the carnage. Sarah is understandably reluctant to allow Elissa to forge a friendship with Ryan but her daughter is drawn to the recluse, venturing into the house stained by the blood of the past. Behind locked doors lie terrifying secrets and Elissa quickly realises that unspeakable evil lurks within her neighbourhood.
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Max Thieriot On 'Bates Motel': It Will Be 'Fascinating And Different'
MTV News - over 4 years
While Max Thieriot will be creeping people out on the big screen this weekend in "House At The End of the Street," on the small screen, he'll be playing the brother of one of cinema's ultimate creepsters, Norman Bates, in the A&E TV series, "Bates Motel." The show is meant to be a prequel to the iconic Alfred Hitchcock film, "Psycho." The series has also nabbed Freddie Highmore as Norman and Vera Farmiga will play mamma Norma. It will run for ten episodes, and Thieriot explains to MTV News that he's looking forward to introducing the world to Norman's big brother Dylan. "I think it'll be really awesome. It's really great people behind the camera, in front of the camera," he said. "I think it's some great actors and a great producing team. And, I'm excited to work for A&E. I think what's cool is it's also ten episodes so it's kind of limited you know but you know you're going to be getting a lot of good stuff in those ten episodes," he explained, before breaking down hi ...
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Jennifer Lawrence & Max Thieriot Kiss for 'House at the End of the Street' - Exclusive Stills!
Just Jared - over 4 years
Check out this exclusive still of Jennifer Lawrence and Max Thieriot kissing in their upcoming film House at the End of the Street! The 22-year-old Hunger Games actress and the 23-year-old actor star alongside Elisabeth Shue in the film which hits theaters on September 21. Here’s the film’s synopsis: Seeking a fresh start, newly divorced Sarah (Shue) and her daughter Elissa (Lawrence) find the house of their dreams in a small, upscale, rural town. But when startling and unexplainable events begin to happen, Sarah and Elissa learn the town is in the shadows of a chilling secret. Years earlier, in the house next door, a daughter killed her parents in their beds, and disappeared – leaving only a brother, Ryan (Thieriot), as the sole survivor. Against Sarah’s wishes, Elissa begins a relationship with the reclusive Ryan – and the closer they get, the deeper they’re all pulled into a mystery more dangerous than they ever imagined. WILL YOU WATCH Jennifer Lawrence in House at th ...
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'House At The End Of The Street' Scares Up New Stills Featuring Jennifer Lawrence, Max Thieriot
MTV News - over 4 years
With Peeta and Gale off inciting revolution in Panem, Jennifer Lawrence will have to turn to a new ally in her upcoming horror film "The House at the End of the Street." His name? Max Thieriot, and he takes center stage in a pair of new stills Hollywood Crush got her hot little hands on. In the film, due September 21, Jennifer plays a teen named Elissa, who along with her recently divorced mom Sarah (played by Elisabeth Shue) moves into what seems like the perfect suburban home. But when strange things start happening, they discover the secret history of the house next door, where a daughter murdered her parents and left only her brother Ryan (played by Max) to live. Elissa begins a romance with the boy next door (because, why not?), throwing her deeper into the dangerous mystery. Max may not be a household name just yet, but he's certainly no Hollywood noob. The 23-year-old actor's had roles in more than a dozen movies including "My Soul to Take," "Chloe" and "Jumper" and has ...
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Roland Emmerich, ‘White House Down’ and the ‘Die Hard’ Formula
News In FILM - almost 5 years
Last month, Sony Pictures picked up a spec script titled White House Down, written by James Vanderbilt (Zodiac, The Amazing Spider-Man). Sources say it sold for $3 million, a pricey purchase in the revitalized spec market and the largest sale of the year. At the very least, the buzzed-about purchase is a good sign that Sony executives are happy with his The Amazing Spider-Man script, and they are certainly willing to pay to make sure he is happy too. Then, a week ago, director Roland Emmerich was reportedly in talks to make White House Down his next feature, all but promising his usual bombastic brand of large-scale action (Deadline). Emmerich is the same director who famously obliterated the President’s house in his 1996 blockbuster Independence Day and toppled more historical landmarks the world over in 2012 and The Day After Tomorrow. Except, this time, the action will take place primarily on the inside of the West Wing, where a paramilitary group is staging a coup of the U.S. g ...
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Actor Max Thieriot Engaged to Lexi Murphy!
US Magazine - almost 5 years
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Max Thieriot Cast in Roland Emmerich Directed Pilot!
Just Jared - about 5 years
<a class="fplink fp-192037" href="/Max+Thieriot+1">Max Thieriot</a> has been cast in the lead role of a new untitled pilot for ABC to be directed by <a class="fplink fp-239790" href="/Roland+Emmerich+1">Roland Emmerich</a>. The 23-year-old actor will play an astrophysics grad student in NYC who learns that he is the chosen one to destroy the forces of evil, according to Deadline. “Well guess cats outa the bag… I will b doing an #ABC show (pilot) directed by <a class="fplink fp-239790" href="/Roland+Emmerich+1">Roland Emmerich</a>. Gonna b a change but I’m excited!” Max tweeted. In addition to directing the pilot, Roland (The Day After Tomorrow, 2012) will write the script. WILL YOU WATCH <a class="fplink fp-192037" href="/Max+Thieriot+1">Max Thieriot</a> in <a class="fplink fp-239790" href="/Roland+Emmerich+1">Roland Emmerich</a>’s untitled pilot for ABC?
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Joshua Reviews Vivi Friedman's The Family Tree [Theatrical Review] - (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Starring Dermot Mulroney, Christina Hendricks, Hope Davis, Keith Carradine, Brittany Robertson and Max Thieriot, the film&#39;s cast is its greatest proponent. Davis gives the film&#39;s greatest performance, which is the closest that this film gets to
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Max Thieriot
  • 2015
    Age 26
    The couple announced they had welcomed their first child, a boy named Beaux Thieriot, in late December 2015.
    More Details Hide Details Through his sister Frankie's marriage, Thieriot is the brother-in-law of former Philadelphia Phillies baseball pitcher Michael Stutes. As well as being an actor, Thieriot is also a vintner. He, along with childhood friends Christopher Strieter and Myles Lawrence-Briggs, owns vineyards in his hometown of Occidental and distributes wine through their label Senses. In the third season of Bates Motel, the main characters can be seen drinking Senses during a family-dinner scene.
    In 2015, he starred in the History Channel event miniseries Texas Rising as John "Jack" Hays, a captain of the Texas Rangers, and appeared in the remake of the action-thriller film Point Break.
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    Thieriot currently stars as Dylan Massett in the A&E drama-thriller television series Bates Motel. In 2015, he appeared as John Coffee "Jack" Hays in the History Channel miniseries Texas Rising.
    More Details Hide Details Thieriot was born in Los Altos Hills, California, the son of Bridgit (née Snyder) and George Cameron Thieriot. He has one sister, Frankie, and one brother, Aidan. He was raised in the small town of Occidental in Sonoma County, California. Thieriot was educated at the Sonoma Country Day School in Santa Rosa, California for middle school, and went on to attend El Molino High School in Forestville, California, from which he graduated in 2006. Thieriot's ancestors once owned the San Francisco Chronicle. His great-great-grandfather, M. H. de Young, who was of Dutch Jewish descent, co-founded the paper with his brother Charles de Young, and his relatives, Charles and Richard Thieriot, were the editors and publishers of the paper. Thieriot's paternal grandparents, Ferdinand Melly and Frances Harrison (Dade) Thieriot, died in the sinking of the SS Andrea Doria in 1956.
  • 2013
    Age 24
    In 2013, Thieriot joined the main cast of the drama-thriller Bates Motel alongside Vera Farmiga and Freddie Highmore.
    More Details Hide Details The show has received positive reviews.
  • 2012
    Age 23
    In 2012, Thieriot became engaged to Lexi Murphy, his girlfriend of seven years. He proposed during a trip to the Caribbean, where the pair met as teenagers. On June 1, 2013, they were married in Arizona.
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    Thieriot then co-starred with Jennifer Lawrence in the Mark Tonderai-directed psychological horror-thriller House at the End of the Street, which was released to commercial success in 2012.
    More Details Hide Details That same year, he starred in the drama film Disconnect.
  • 2011
    Age 22
    In 2011, he starred in the independent comedy The Family Tree, alongside Dermot Mulroney and Britt Robertson, and had the lead role in the drama film Foreverland, starring opposite Juliette Lewis.
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  • 2009
    Age 20
    In 2009, Thieriot co-starred in the erotic thriller Chloe, theatrically released by Sony Pictures Classics on March 26, 2010.
    More Details Hide Details Chloe enjoyed commercial success and became director Atom Egoyan's biggest ever box office earner. The following year, he appeared in Wes Craven's horror film My Soul to Take, replacing Dennis Hopper's son Henry Lee Hopper in the cast. Thieriot portrayed the film's main character Adam "Bug" Hellerman, who is one of seven characters chosen to die.
  • 2008
    Age 19
    In 2008, he played a younger version of Hayden Christensen's lead character in Jumper (co-starring with Rachel Bilson and, for the second time, Kristen Stewart.
    More Details Hide Details That same year, he appeared in Kit Kittredge: An American Girl, for which he won the Young Artist Award Best Performance in a Feature Film – Young Ensemble Cast with his co-stars.
  • 2007
    Age 18
    Thieriot appeared in the drama The Astronaut Farmer, released on February 23, 2007, as well as in the feature film version of Nancy Drew, released on June 15, 2007.
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  • 2005
    Age 16
    He was subsequently cast in 2005's action comedy film The Pacifier, playing one of the family members protected by a Navy Seal played by Vin Diesel.
    More Details Hide Details He was nominated for the Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film – Supporting Young Actor for his role.
  • 2004
    Age 15
    Thieriot was signed to talent manager Don Gibble after taking his improvisation class. He modeled for Gap and appeared in two short films, before being cast in his first feature film role, 2004's adventure film Catch That Kid, alongside Kristen Stewart and Corbin Bleu.
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  • 1988
    Born on October 14, 1988.
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