Fred Durst emerged from the primordial backwoods of Gastonia, North Carolina, and forged his destiny as a culture-shifting artist in many mediums. With a background as a skater, break-dancer, and tattoo artist, Durst founded the genre-bending rap/rock hybrid, Limp Bizkit, igniting a worldwide musical revolution, selling millions of albums, and performing for impassioned fans across the globe.

Having conquered the musical arena, Durst set his sights on the world of cinema where he’s lit up the screen as an actor, producer, and as the director of acclaimed features, THE EDUCATION OF CHARLIE BANKS, starring Jesse Eisenberg and Jason Ritter, and THE LONGSHOTS starring Ice Cube.

A visionary entertainer, Durst continues to pursue his ambitious creative agenda in the realms of music and film.