Being born the son of veteran actor Donald Sutherland, Angus Sutherland seemed destined to try his hand at the craft. At the age of 23, Angus followed in his father's footsteps with his television debut, a one-off role on the White House-set series "Commander in Chief" playing the younger version of his father's character, Florida Representative Nathan Templeton. After this Angus pursued film work, which paid off big in 2008, when three movies in which he appeared were released. The first, an offbeat dark comedy called "Familiar Strangers," centers on an awkward family reunion that takes place over the Thanksgiving holiday. Next came the R-rated stoner comedy "Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay," a fittingly irreverent sequel to John Cho and Kal Penn's stoner odyssey "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle." Finally "Lost Boys: The Tribe" debuted on DVD. While he had only small roles in his first two films, Angus scored a major role in "Lost Boys: The Tribe"; he played the head of a cultish clan of vampires, just as his half-brother Kiefer Sutherland did in the original 1987 horror movie "The Lost Boys." Critics loathed "Lost Boys: The Tribe," but that didn't stop the gritty vampire movie from becoming Warner Premiere's best-selling DVD release of 2008.