Drawn to film at an early age, Dylan booked his first supporting lead role in Just Like the Son co-starring Rosie Perez, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival when he was 9 years old.
Shortly thereafter, he accepted a lead role in Deck the Halls, playing Mathew Broderick and Kristin Davis's son, alongside Danny DeVito and Kristin Chenoweth. Following that, Dylan was cast in several TV shows, working closely with Parker Posey, Michael J. Fox, Amy Sherman-Palladino and more.
In 2010, Dylan landed a lead role in Comedy Central's Big Lake, produced by Will Ferrell & Adam McKay. His co-stars included SNL alum Chris Parnell and Horatio Sanz and UCB’s Chris Gethard.
After Law & Order: SVU, Dylan secured a recurring role alongside Phillip Seymour Hoffman on a Showtime series called Happyish in 2014. The project would serve as one of Hoffman’s last performances.
Around this time, Dylan would go on to help create the NYC LAW$, a Flatbush based Hip-Hop collective.
Soon after, Dylan booked a lead role alongside Thomas Mann in The Preppie Connection. In 2016, Dylan booked a cameo in Patti Cake$.
He's been a student at The Barrow Group for the past several years and is an active member of Seth Barrish's Masterclass.
Recently, Dylan’s been focusing on directing, writing, producing and starring in several short and feature films of his own.
Dylan is also the co-founder of the newly established Lost Tribe Theatre Group, an independent company based in the East Village.
He's always interested in collaboration, and doesn't bite!
Dylan splits his time between Brooklyn and Southampton.