Griffin Freeman is an American actor who is popularly known for his role of Jase in the movie ‘
Paper Towns’, which is based on a famous novel of the same name by John Green. Griffin was born and raised in the suburbs of Atlanta, USA. From the early age of seven, he had a keen interest in acting. Thus, he started performing in local theater and began working on commercial projects by the age of 13. During his schooling, Griffin was dedicated to working towards his passion. He performed on stage in musicals, dramas, and even started writing and further participated in Poetry Out Loud and went on to become a top 15 national finalist. He gradually developed a love for filmmaking too. ‘Sitting on the Fence’ (2011) was one of his dramas that were an official selection at Macon Film Festival in 2011.
He made his television debut in 2012, guest starring in the hit NBC series ‘Revolution’ (2012). He made another guest appearance in CBS pilot, ‘The Surgeon General’ (2013) but the show never made it. Griffin graduated cum laude from Chattahoochee High School in 2013 and later moved to LA from his full-time commitment to his longtime passion- Acting and Filmmaking. He hit the big screen in 2014 with a lead role in the independent horror film, ‘Case #13’. Paper Towns (2015) gave him the leading edge and paved the way to his fame. He bagged a supporting role in the crime drama ‘
Term Life’ (2016) which released on 29 March 2016. He will also be seen alongside Samuel L. Jackson and
John Cusack in ‘
Cell’ (2016), the
Stephen King thriller.
He splits his time between LA and his hometown and tries to spend time with his parents and younger brother, Charlie.