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[03/15/18 - 02:00 PM]
Dax Shepard Joins "The Ranch" as a Guest Star for Upcoming Season
He'll play Luke Matthews, a former soldier who has come to Garrison with some history concerning the Iron River Ranch.

[via press release from Netflix]

Dax Shepard joins "THE RANCH" as a guest star for upcoming season

Dax Shepard joins THE RANCH in the role of Luke Matthews, a former soldier who has come to Garrison with some history concerning the Iron River Ranch. He meets the Bennetts and forms an immediate bond with Colt and Beau, but Luke's past has a way of catching up with him.

Dax Shepard Biography:

Dax Shepard was born in 1975 in a suburb of Detroit, Michigan. And with both parents working in the automotive industry, his first love was cars, a passion he put to good use in his 2012 film Hit and Run, co-directed with David Palmer. He graduated in 1993 from Walled Lake High School, and moved to California in 1995 to attend UCLA, from where he graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Anthropology. While attending university, he trained at The Groundlings Theater for improv and sketch comedy, and landed his first TV role on "Punk'd" in 2003.

Shepard's notable film credits include Without a Paddle, Idiocracy, Employee of the Month, Baby Mama, The Judge and This Is Where I Leave You and he memorably portrayed Crosby Braverman for six seasons on the hit NBC series "Parenthood," for which he received a 2015 People's Choice Award nomination and guest starred as Crosby on NBC's "About a Boy."

Shepard wrote, directed and starred in three features films: CHIPS, Hit and Run, and Brother's Justice (also co-directed with David Palmer).

Shepard's will next star in the upcoming comedy pilot "Bless This Mess" opposite Lake Bell. He also recently launched "Armchair Expert," a podcast where he sits down with some of the most iconic creative personalities around the world.





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