Austin Crute is an actor, singer, songwriter and producer from Atlanta, Georgia. He grew up in his family's church where his father was senior pastor and graduated from Greater Atlanta Christian School in 2014. During his high school years, he starred in a variety of musical theater productions and was selected as a finalist for the 2013 National High School Musical Theatre Awards.
After starring as Justin Bieber in Donald Glover's 2016 Emmy® Award-winning TV series, "Atlanta," Crute has become well known for his undeniable talent and electrifying personality, as he continues to exhibit and develop his multitude of skill and artistry that spans across music, film/television and musical theater. In 2019, he made his feature film debut playing Alan in Olivia Wilde's "Booksmart" and starred as Wesley Fists in Netflix's post-apocalyptic dramedy series "Daybreak." Known especially for his incredible melodies as a songwriter, Crute has worked with the likes of 94skrt, J.LBS, Arizona Zervas, Needlz, Nija, Ayo the Producer, Take a Daytrip, JHart, Noah Conrad, Salva, Dwilly and many more.
In 2021, Crute will be starring as Lane in ABC's new comedy series, "Call Your Mother," and is currently playing Marquise in the final season of Netflix's "Trinkets." He will also be releasing a mixtape titled "TWENTIES." His single "Gotta" appears in episode 201 of "Trinkets."