ALDEN EHRENREICH (Danny) recently starred as Ethan in Richard LaGravenese's BEAUTIFUL CREATURES, opposite Jeremy Irons, Viola Davis and Emma Thompson, and as Whip in Park Chan-wook's STOKER, opposite Mia Wasikowska and Nicole Kidman. 23-year-old Ehrenreich played the lead role in Francis Ford Coppola's semi-autobiographical film TETRO, shot in Buenos Aires and co-starring Vincent Gallo and Maribel Verdu. He continued his friendship with Coppola, starring in the director's next film, TWIXT, opposite Val Kilmer, Bruce Dern, Ben Chaplin, and Elle Fanning. Ehrenreich also had a role in Sofia Coppola's SOMEWHERE.

Ehrenreich attended the prestigious Gallatin School at New York University, where he and Zoe Worth created The Collectin, an actor-centered theatre and film group. Using weekly workshops with actors, writers and directors, the group experimented with new techniques for writing and performance, building works out of the specific qualities of an actor. The Collectin created six original plays and five short films, and in 2010 Ehrenreich and Worth starred in The Collectin's first feature film, RUNNING WILD, written and directed by Melanie Shaw.

Ehrenreich began acting at the age of four in various school and summer camp plays, as well as community children's theater groups. Throughout junior high and high school Alden began writing, directing and starring in student films, one of which lead to his discovery by Steven Spielberg, who saw one of these short films at Alden's friend's Bat Mitzvah.