Despite the Latin roots of his last name, actor Shiloh Fernandez comes across as a brooding all-American rebel in the James Dean/River Phoenix vein. After briefly modeling as a teenager, Fernandez eventually moved to Los Angeles and began landing television roles, with a recurring part on the fan-favorite drama series "Jericho" (CBS, 2006-08). Going on to independent films and guest spots on popular TV shows, he finally appeared in a major movie with 2008's "Cadillac Records," playing young entrepreneur Phil Chess. In 2011, he portrayed a prominent role in the supernatural feature "Red Riding Hood" and later shifted to a darker horror vein as a key player in the 2013 "Evil Dead" reboot. These two movies established Fernandez as a significant young film actor, one with both mainstream appeal and restless charisma.