Zac Pullam

Zac Pullam, an American Actor, son of Allen and Michelle Pullam, booked his first role as a series regular on the MTV series, “Finding Carter” which ran for 2 1/2 seasons. He starred in the role of Grant Wilson, the younger brother to Carter (played by UK star Kathryn Prescott), Taylor (played by Anna Jacoby-Herron) and son of Elizabeth (played by Cynthia Watros) and David (Alexis Denisof) along with family friend, Max (played by Alex Saxon).

Zac has always enjoyed being in front of an audience even at a young age. He was born in Ocala, FL in 2001 then his family relocated to Tallahassee in 2006 which he considers his hometown. He was always performing in school plays, talent shows and local theatre in his hometown of Tallahassee, FL. In 2011, he was in a local fashion show with Marsha Doll Models and learned of an open casting call at the prestigious and world renown Florida State University Film School. A month later, he was cast in a lead role in his very first short film. He has appeared in over 15 Florida State University Student films, landing the lead role in many of them. Three of those films have won College Television Emmy Awards: “Cootie Contagion”, “The Hatchling” and “Lemonopolis”. He also landed his first print job for the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry. He continued his love for acting and began taking classes and attending workshops in Atlanta, GA where he signed with a local agent. The opportunity arose for him to make the transition to LA and he and his mom moved in January of 2013. Once in LA, he signed with an agent and manager and then began auditioning across the board. He landed roles such as the “Trident Player” in a Trident Layers commercial and music video, two episodes on “Awesomeness TV’s Kid History”, a “Toby Keith Music Video”, as well as other projects before being cast as Grant in Finding Carter.

Most recently he appeared on NCIS, was cast in a Co-Star role on Marvel: Agents of Shield and has an upcoming supporting role in the Netflix film, Hillbilly Elegy directed by Ron Howard. “A dream come true to be able to work with Ron Howard.” He also was cast in an Indie film, The Terroist. Both of these films are still in Post Production!

When Zac isn’t working, he enjoys writing and directing short films, skateboarding, listening to music, fishing (when home in FL) and just hanging out with his friends. He is a 2019 Honor Graduate from Florida’s Virtual Online School, earning his Diploma in 3 years!

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