Norma’s son by her first marriage and half-brother to Norman, Dylan is an edgy outsider in the Norma/Norman tea party. He’s a lost soul and a drifter who finds himself, by necessity, drifting back into the troubled lives of his mother and brother.
Max Thieriot, one of Hollywood's most compelling young actors, is quickly rising into a sought after leading man. Thieriot is currently starring in the critically acclaimed A&E series "Bates Motel," from producers Carlton Cuse and Kerry Ehrin, with co-stars Vera Farmiga and Freddie Highmore.
Most recently Thieriot was starred alongside Jennifer Lawrence in Relativity's independent thriller House at the End of the Street, directed by Mark Tonderai. Thieriot also received outstanding reviews for his appearance in independent feature Disconnect opposite Alexander Skarsgard, Andrea Riseborough, Paula Patton and Jason Bateman, which premiered at both the Venice and Toronto Film Festivals earlier this year, and will hit theaters Spring 2013.
Additionally Thieriot played ‘Young Nowell' in Yellow for Nick Cassavetes opposite Heather Wahlquist, David Morse, Lucy Puch, Melanie Griffiths, and Sienna Miller. In 2011, Thieriot starred as a young man dying of Cystic Fibrosis who embarks on a pan-American pilgrimage to Mexico to spread his lost friend's ashes in the independent film Foreverland opposite Laurence Leboeuf. Other screen credits include the Doug Liman film Jumper, Wes Craven's My Soul to Take, and Chloe for Atom Egoyan opposite Liam Neeson, Julianne Moore, and Amanda Seyfried.
Thieriot currently resides in Northern California.