Austin Abrams

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Austin Abrams
Austin Noah Abrams

(1996-09-02) September 2, 1996 (age 23)
Years active2011–present

Austin Noah Abrams (born September 2, 1996) is an American actor. His most famous role was as Ron Anderson in the fifth and sixth seasons of the television series The Walking Dead (2015–2016) and the first season of Euphoria (2019). He also appeared in films such as The Kings of Summer (2013), Paper Towns (2015), Brad's Status (2017), and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019).

Early life[edit]

Abrams was born in Pennsylvania, and was raised in Sarasota, Florida, the son of Lori and Bradley Abrams, who are doctors.[1][2] Abrams is of Jewish heritage.[3]


Austin is known for playing Ron Anderson in TV series The Walking Dead during seasons five and six on AMC.[4] In 2017, he co-starred in Kyle Wilamowski's film Grass Stains, playing Hunter Gorski, a scruffy 16-year-old who pays little attention to his best friend Conrad’s (Tye Sheridan) first love (Kaitlyn Dever).[5]

In 2017, Abrams starred with Ben Stiller as Troy, his character's son, in the comedy drama Brad's Status.



Year Title Role Notes
2011 Ticking Clock James
2012 Jewtopia Young Adam Lipschitz
2013 Gangster Squad Pete
The Kings of Summer Aaron
2015 Sacrifice Tim
Paper Towns Ben Starling
Medicine Men Colt Rossdale
2017 All Summers End Hunter Gorski
Tragedy Girls Craig Thompson
We Don't Belong Here Davey
Brad's Status Troy Sloan
2018 Puzzle Gabe
Dude James
2019 Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Tommy Milner
TBA Chemical Hearts Henry Page Post-production


Year Title Role Notes
2012 The Inbetweeners Todd Cooper 4 episodes
2014 Shameless Henry McNally Episode: "Emily"
Silicon Valley The Carver Episode: "Third Party Insourcing"
2015–2016 The Walking Dead Ron Anderson Recurring role; 9 episodes
2017 SMILF Casey Episodes:

“1,800 Filet -O- Fishes & One Small Diet Coke” and “Mark’s Lunch & Two Cups Of Coffee”

2018 The Americans Jackson Barber Episodes: "Rififi"[6] and "The Summit"[7]
2019 Euphoria Ethan


  1. ^ "Sarasota's Austin Abrams Appears on AMC's The Walking Dead". Sarasota Magazine. Retrieved 2018-04-26.
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  4. ^ "'Walking Dead' Bosses Dissect "Big Pivotal Moment" in "Horrifying" Midseason Premiere". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 11 October 2016.
  5. ^ "Austin Abrams and Beau Mirchoff Join Indie Drama 'Grass Stains'". July 16, 2013. Retrieved July 17, 2013.
  6. ^ Lea Palmieri (May 8, 2018). "Austin Abrams Is Hollywood's Go-To Cougar-bait". Decider.
  7. ^ Allison Shoemaker (May 16, 2018). "Between two conversations, The Americans do battle and seek absolution". The AV Club.

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