Darren Kendrik is a professional actor with credits including Thor, World War Z, I Am Number Four, Criminal Minds and dozens of other films and television credits. He has also appeared in commercials for world-class brands such as Porsche, Nikon (OH! Ashton!!) and the nation of Colombia. Darren is a Chameleon when it comes to roles. To put it simply, Darren loves being where the action is, and he loves leveraging his adventurous spirit into his work. One of his most memorable roles was as the "Sentry Frost Giant" in the movie "Thor" directed by the great Sir Kenneth Branagh. Darren trained for two months prior to filming to be able to properly execute these high level and demanding stunts. Darren played "The Sentry", the Frost Giant guard to King Laufey. He instigates the battle when he tells Thor to "Run Back Home Little Princess." He also tried to freeze Loki, only to realize that Loki was part Frost Giant as well. He was pleased to have been made into an action figure along side his other cast mates. In addition to his mainstream industry performances, Darren has also appeared in a variety of independent films, including "Disorder", "Infliction", "One Buck" , "Snowbound" and "A Mormon President". He played the lead role in Without Mercy, which won the Grand Jury Award for best picture at the New York Film and Video Festival. He also played the lead role in "Disorder", which was distributed by Universal Pictures, (which was re-released by Monarch Films in the fall of 2017). It was also screened at Cannes Film Festival.Darren is presently (having a blast) shooting his role on the new Netflix Series "Best Worst Weekend Ever" to be released at the end of August 2018Darren was born in Cape Cod, but his journey towards an acting career began when his family moved to the small island of St. Simons, eight miles off the coast of Georgia. Where at a young age he became a professional equestrian. Although he loved to ride, things were taking a turn. After immersing himself in the local community theater and with his passion officially ignited, Darren brought himself to Long Island University where he earned a B.F.A. in theater and film. He engrossed himself in his studies at LIU, excelling in Acting, Dance, Voice, and improve studies. Upon graduating, he moved to NYC to continue perfecting his craft,. While there he worked with a variety of theatre companies. Darren eventually found himself modeling and traveling across Europe for a year, living in Paris, Athens, Madrid and Milan. He's spent the past 8 years in L.A.., living out his passion for the arts, and he is so grateful for the opportunities he has been able to pursue there, surrounded by others who share his passion for storytelling. Now matter where Darren's travels have taken him, every new place and experience has added a new layer of richness to his worldview, as well as his work. When he's not on set, Darren enjoys Volunteering at the Braille Institute, traveling, golf, tennis, and spending time with friends. He has been known to take occasional road trips across the U.S.