Linc Hand Actor Hand 'n' Hand Entertainment


Linc Hand a young, talented actor has guest starred in various television shows including Justified, 90210, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Prime Suspect, NCIS, NCIS Los Angeles, and more. He also appeared as Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Fritz Ostermueller in the movie “42” about Jackie Robinson’s first year in major league baseball. (See photo on this page)

Birmingham, Alabama born and raised Linc Hand gravitated to acting at the early age of 5 when he appeared in national commercials for Sunshine Puppy Food. With a family heritage of entertainers that included Elvis Presley, it was no surprise that entertaining was in his genes.

His love of sports and his athletic talent drew the attention early on of a local modeling scout who cast Linc in local as well as national print ads. He later headed west to Hollywood where he began studying under legendary acting coach, Howard Fine.

Linc’s confidence and determination have led to numerous national commercials as well as other feature films like “Bling Ring” directed by academy award winning director Sofia Coppola, “Goodbye World” and has a new pilot in development. Linc’s talents are also recognized by television executives as he is a favorite among television producers in guest appearances. Linc is also the Audience Producer and a Recurring skit performer for ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Linc is very proud to have a scholarship for acting in his name from his hometown Corner High School to help benefit young actors and actresses. Linc says, “Dreams can come true if you find a way to do hard things.”

Linc recently had a recurring on the Fox show “Ghosted” starring Craig Robinson and Adam Scott. Linc plays the top agent of the secret government agency the underground. Linc also appeared in the film Imperium which featured Daniel Radcliffe.

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