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Angus Sutherland (actor)

Angus Sutherland
Born Angus Redford Sutherland
(1982-09-03) September 3, 1982
Los Angeles, California, United States
Occupation Actor

Angus Redford Sutherland (born September 3, 1982) is an American born Canadian film and television actor. He is known for his role in The Lost Boys sequel Lost Boys: The Tribe.

Biography

Angus Sutherland is the son of actor Donald Sutherland and Francine Racette. He is the younger brother to Roeg and Rossif Sutherland, and half-brother to 24 star Kiefer Sutherland.

His father Donald Sutherland gave him his middle name after Robert Redford, who directed him in Ordinary People.[1]

Movie career

Most of his roles on screen so far have been in connection with his family members. His role in Commander in Chief was as a younger version of his father's character Nathan Templeton, and his role in Lost Boys: The Tribe was a rebellious vampire like his brother Kiefer's role in the original The Lost Boys film in the 80s.

Filmography

Features:

Television work

References

  1. ^ Yahoo Movie bio of Donald Sutherland, accessed on 19 Apr 2009

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