Eden Brolin

Born to actors Josh Brolin and Alice Adair in Los Angeles, CA on Nov. 30, 1994, Eden Brolin was practically destined for a life in show business. She made her acting debut with the short film "X" (2008) and her feature film debut four years later in the romantic comedy "Ruby Sparks" (2012), in which she played a small part. Brolin began performing more consistently beginning with her next film, the dramedy "I Dream Too Much" (2015), which preceded roles in the likes of TV movies like "Manson's Lost Girls" (Lifetime 2016), short films like "Live Forever" (2016), television series like "Code Black" (CBS 2015-), and feature films like "Emerald City" (2016). Next, Brolin found her first regular role on a television program, playing the character Charlie on the fantasy drama "Beyond" (ABC Family 2016-), after which she was cast in a starring position in the horror film "Blood Bound" (2018).