Ben Easter

Ben Easter
Born Ben Easter
(1979-05-01) May 1, 1979
Years active 2000–present

Ben Easter (born May 1, 1979) is an American actor and photographer.

Easter made his film debut in 2000 in Cora Unashamed. He was later a repeated costar of the Olsen twins, appearing alongside them in the film Holiday in the Sun and the television series So Little Time.[1] He has also appeared in Pearl Harbor, Zenon: Z3, and I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer.

Easter began working as a professional photographer in 2008, and his photographs have since been featured in Icon, Glamaholic, Yoga Iowa, and DSM Magazine.[2] An exhibit of his at the Polk County Jail in Des Moines, Iowa, titled "Confliction", was later restaged in Paris by UNESCO.[3] He has worked for Wilhelmina Models and NEXT Model Management, and was one of the photographers for the 2012 Obama presidential campaign.[2] In addition to his photography, Easter also works as a yoga instructor.[4]

In 1998, Easter was selected as one of "America's Most Wanted Men" by Cosmopolitan.[5]



Year Film Role Other notes
2000 Cora Unashamed Willie Matsoulis
2001 Holiday in the Sun Jordan
2001 Pearl Harbor Sailor
2003 The Challenge Himself
2004 Zenon: Z3 Sage Borealis
2006 I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer Lance
2006 Phone Sex Caller
2011 Husk Johnny
2012 Returning John Samuels
2013 After Life Rudy
2015 A Place for Heroes Younger Robert
2015 Up on the Wooftop Bulldozer


Year Title Role Other notes
1999 Undressed Carl (one episode)
2000 That's Life Student #3 (one episode)
2002 So Little Time Lennon Kincaid (six episodes)
2003 Boston Public Jason Dunphy (two episodes)
2014 Morganville: The Series Michael Glass (two episodes)


  1. Brody, Caitlin (February 21, 2013). "Where Are They Now: The Man Candy of Those Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen Movies". Glamour. Retrieved 2015-01-23.
  2. 1 2 "Ben Easter: Bio". Ben Easter Photography. 2015. Retrieved 2015-01-23.
  3. "Photo Exhibit in Old Polk County Iowa Jail Features Children of Incarcerated Parents". Johnson County Justice Center. September 13, 2013. Retrieved 2016-06-24.
  4. Rinehart, Amy Scholl (November 2011). "Man Up! Yoga for Guys". The Iowa Source. Retrieved 2015-01-23.
  5. "Who are Des Moines' sexiest people?". Des Moines CityView. November 10, 2011. Retrieved 2015-01-23.

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