In the wake of Evan’s death, teenager Gabriel takes it upon himself to become “Man of the House.” And as he learns more and more about his family’s Bratva connections, he realizes that protecting his mother and siblings will entail assuming another role as well: gangster.
Rising star Sterling Beaumon is one of Hollywood’s most exciting and versatile young actors. His television and film credits include his breakout role as Young Ben Linus on the smash hit ABC drama, Lost, and his lead role in the mystery television miniseries Clue, based on the Parker Brothers game franchise of the same name. He co-starred alongside Emily Blunt and Colin Firth in the feature Arthur Newman,which premiered at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival, as well as in The Pretty One, opposite Zoe Kazan from a Blacklist script by Jenée LaMarque scheduled to be released in 2013.
Beaumon made his professional stage debut at the age of six in The Grapes of Wrath with West Coast Ensemble. Since then he has performed in numerous theatre productions, including All My Sons at the Geffen Playhouse, opposite Broadway veterans Neil Patrick Harris, Laurie Metcalf and Len Cariou. In 2010 Beaumon won the Young Artists Award for Best Stage Actor for his starring role in the West Coast Ensemble production of Big! The Musical. He aspires to work with renowned playwrights on the Broadway stages.
When he isn’t acting or singing, Beaumon is an avid hockey player who also volunteers with the Special Needs Hockey team where he mentors and teaches kids how to play the game. He supports numerous charities, including the American Cancer Society, Bookshare and various arts programs.
HOMETOWN...............San Diego, CA