Mack Wilds

Mack Wilds

Tristan Mack Wilds, the actor, GRAMMY-Award nominated singer/songwriter, and producer from New York. The multi-faceted entertainer became widely popular from his breakout roles as Micheal Lee on the critically acclaimed HBO series, The Wire, and starring as Dixon Wilson on the hit remake 90210 on the CW. Wilds has since starred on notable television series such as FOX's Shots Fired and VH1's The Breaks and feature films such as George Lucas’ Red Tails and The Secret Life of Bees alongside heavy hitters Queen Latifah and Dakota Fanning. Not to mention, appearing as the lead in Adele's music video for "Hello", which has garnered almost over 3 billion views, becoming one of the fastest music videos to reach a billion views. In 2014, Wilds released his critically acclaimed debut album, New York: A Love Story, executively produced by iconic producer Salaam Remi. The album went on to receive a GRAMMY nomination for Best Urban Contemporary Album. For his follow-up album, AfterHours, Mack released the project via his label, The Ninety Five Percent and EMPIRE in 2017. The project housed hit singles, "Bonnie & Clyde" ft. Wale and "Explore." In more recent news, Wilds is currently co-starring in SWAGGER, one of the first original series on AppleTV+ produced by Kevin Durant. As well as made his Broadway debut alongside Luke James and Dyllón Burnside in the production of Thoughts of A Colored Man by Keenan Scott II and directed by Steve H. Broadnax III in October 2021. On November 19th, Wilds made his return to music with his first solo output in 4 years with the single, “Simple Things.”