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About kellan lutz

Kellan Lutz :

Kellan Christopher Lutz (born March 15, 1985) is an American actor and model. He made his film debut in Stick It (2006), and was best known for playing Emmett Cullen in The Twilight Saga film series (2008–2012).

Early life :

Actor and model Kellan Lutz was born in Dickinson, North Dakota, to Karla (Theesfeld) and Bradley Lutz. He has six brothers and a sister, and is of German, as well as smaller amounts of English, Swedish, and Dutch, descent. As a child, his family moved around, and he grew up in North Dakota, the Midwest and Arizona. Upon high school graduation, Lutz relocated to California to attend Chapman University and study Chemical Engineering, but left in order to pursue a career in acting.

Personal life :

Known For- Playing Emmett Cullen in The Twilight Saga film series (2008–2012)

Nickname- Kel

Full Name- Kellan Christopher Lutz

Profession -Actor and Model

Nationality- American

Age- 37 years old (in 2022)

Date of Birth- March 15, 1985

Birthplace -Dickinson, North Dakota, United States

Religion- Christianity

Zodiac Sign- Pisces

Career :

By the time he left high school, Kellan Lutz was already an established model. It eventually led to his recurring appearances on PAX TV’s Model Citizens. His self-belief and determination led him to start off his career as an actor in 2004 in an episode of CBS’s The Bold and the Beautiful.

He followed this up by playing a small role in CSY: NY. In 2005, he was cast in the recurring role of Chris MacNess in Lisa Kudrow’s comedy-drama The Comeback. In the same year, he guest-starred in HBO’s black comedy Six Feet Under and WB’s drama series Summerland.

Kellan Lutz's big screen debut came about in 2006 with the film Stick It. He also starred in Steve Pink’s directorial venture Accepted that year. In 2007, he did the direct-to-video movie Ghosts of Goldfield and appeared in two highly popular television shows: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and Heroes.

In the seven-part TV miniseries Generation Kill (2008), he portrayed Corporal Jason Lilley. The series was nominated for 11 Primetime Emmy Awards in 2009, winning three. Lutz became part of the cast of The CW’s teen drama 90210 in 2008.

Over the next few years, he got the opportunity to portray a variety of characters. He played a young man marooned on an uncharted island in After Dusk They Come (2009); a teenager suffering from extreme sleep deprivation in A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010); a star Lacrosse player in A Warrior’s Heart; one-half of a newlywed couple in Love, Wedding, Marriage (2011); and a fireman and paramedic in Arena (2011).

The 2011 epic fantasy film Immortals, in which he starred as Poseidon alongside Luke Evans’ Zeus and Henry Cavill’s Theseus, was a box-office hit, despite being poorly received by the critics. In Syrup, the 2013 film adaptation of Max Barry’s novel of the same name, he played a character named Sneaky Pete. The English-language German project Tarzan (2013) was his first animated film.

The third instalment of The Expendables promised more action and a bigger ensemble cast. Released in 2014, it delivered just that. Kellan Lutz was cast as a former US marine and expert motorcyclist, who gets recruited by The Expendables team. He then portrayed Hercules in the 3-D action fantasy film The Legend of Hercules.

In 2015, he played William Shatner in the biopic Experimenter; co-hosted the short-lived game show Bullseye on Fox with comedian Godfrey; and worked with Bruce Willis and Gina Carano in Extraction. The following year, he received critical praise for his performance in the thriller film Money. He also appeared in the Australian film Science Fiction Volume One: The Osiris Child (2016).

In 2018, he was seen in the science fiction horror thriller film Guardians of the Tomb.

Achievements :

Northeast Film Festival, US
2021 Winner
Festival Award Best Actor in a Short Film
Divertimento (2020)
2016 Nominee
Festival Award Best Actor in a Feature Film
Money (2016)

Orlando Film Festival
2016 Nominee
Best Ensemble Cast Narrative Feature
Money (2016)