Jack Dylan Grazer was born in Los Angeles, California, to parents Angela LaFever and Gavin Grazer.
Growing up in and around the entertainment world it was not long before Jack's talent was spotted and he was encouraged to try acting professionally.
Never afraid of hard work, always with a smile on his face and with determination Jack was invited into the ARTE program (Adderley Repertory Theatre Ensemble) at The Adderley School For The Performing Arts where he's performed in multiple productions.
Commercial, TV and film roles helped Jack win his first lead in the feature film, "Scales: Mermaids Are Real". Jack (2017) played "Young Alex" in the CBS comedy "Me, Myself and I".
His role as "Eddie Kasbrak" in the Stephen King feature film It (2017) marked Jack's first studio picture. He also played "Freddy Freeman" in the superhero film Shazam! (2019), reprised his role in It Chapter Two (2019), plays "Frazer Wilson" in HBO's We Are Who We Are (2020), and starred in the thriller Don't Tell a Soul (2020).
Jack loves skateboarding, creative/script writing, shooting his own films with his friends and enjoys boogie boarding and surfing. He won best documentary film at his school film festival for his project entitled, "Family is Family".
Jack is a strong supporter of "Stomp Out Bullying."
With strong interests in all things entertainment, Jack hopes to continue acting and, write, direct and produce well into the future.