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Timothée Hal Chalamet (/ˈtɪməθi ˈʃæləm/;[1] born December 27, 1995)[2][3] is an American[4] actor. Chalamet began his acting career in short films, before appearing in the television drama series Homeland. He made his feature film debut in Jason Reitman's drama Men, Women & Children (2014) and appeared in Christopher Nolan's science fiction film Interstellar (2014).

In 2017, he gained wider recognition for his supporting roles in Greta Gerwig's directorial debut Lady Bird and Scott Cooper's western Hostiles, and for his lead role in Luca Guadagnino's romance Call Me by Your Name. The latter earned him nominations for the Academy Award, Golden Globe Award, Screen Actors Guild Award, and BAFTA Award for Best Actor. He is the third youngest nominee for the Academy Award for Best Actor and the youngest since 1939.[5]

On stage, Chalamet has starred in John Patrick Shanley's autobiographical play Prodigal Son, for which he was nominated for the Drama League Award for Distinguished Performance and won the Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play.

Early life and education

Chalamet was born in Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan,[6] to Nicole Flender, a real estate broker and former Broadway dancer, and Marc Chalamet, an editor for UNICEF.[7][8] His mother is American and his father is French, born in Nîmes and raised in Lille.[9][10][11][12] His father is from a Protestant background, while Timothée's mother is Jewish, of Russian Jewish and Austrian Jewish descent.[13][14] Chalamet's older sister, Pauline, became an actress (and lives in Paris).[15][16] Chalamet's maternal uncle is the filmmaker Rodman Flender; his aunt is television producer and writer Amy Lippman, and his maternal grandfather was the screenwriter Harold Flender.[17][18]

Growing up, he split his time between Hell's Kitchen and Le Chambon-sur-Lignon, a tiny French village about two hours from Lyon,[19] where his father's family are from. Greatly appreciating the lifestyle of this small town where he spent so much of his youth,[20] his time in France led to cross-cultural identity issues.[21] "I became the French version of myself, I was completely impregnated with culture and I even dreamed in French,"[22] he remembers.

Chalamet's childhood dream was to be play football (soccer). "I was a coach at a football camp in France. I coached six to ten-year-olds when I was around thirteen,"[19] he says.

Chalamet performed in several commercials while still young. His professional career began on the New York theater scene growing from there into television and film work.[23] His acceptance into Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts was a turning point in his appreciation for acting. He has said: "Once I got to high school—I went to a performing arts school called LaGuardia—I had some excellent teachers and really fell in love with it. I saw that it could be and should be treated as a craft".[24] He graduated in 2013, and starred in their productions as Emcee in Cabaret and Oscar Lindquist in Sweet Charity, among others.[25][26] He is also a YoungArts alumnus.[27][28]

At the advice of a fellow Ivy League dropout, Claire Danes, Chalamet enrolled at Columbia University after graduating high school,[29] where he studied cultural anthropology.[30] After a year of studies, he transferred to and briefly attended NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study to pursue his acting career more freely.[31][32]

Career

2008–2016: Early roles

As a child, Chalamet appeared in several commercials and acted in two horror short films before making his television debut on an episode of the long-running police procedural series Law & Order (2009), playing a murder victim.[33] He followed this with a minor role in the made-for-television film Loving Leah (2009). In 2011, he made his stage debut in the Off-Broadway play The Talls, a coming-of-age comedy set in the 1970s, in which he played the 12 year-old sexually curious Nicholas. The chief theatre critic of New York Daily News wrote "Chalamet hilariously captures a tween's awakening curiosities about sex."[34][35] In 2012, he had recurring roles in the drama series Royal Pains and in the critically acclaimed spy-thriller series Homeland, in which he played Finn Walden, the rebellious son of the Vice President. Along with the rest of the cast, Chalamet was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.[36][16]

In 2014, he made his feature film debut in a minor role in Jason Reitman's critically panned Men, Women & Children. Later that year, he had the role of Tom Cooper, the son of Matthew McConaughey's character, in Christopher Nolan's Interstellar. The film received positive reviews, with critics raving about the cast's performances, and grossed over $675 million worldwide.[37][38][39][40] Also in 2014, Chalamet played the younger version of the co-lead role in Worst Friends, a comedy which had a limited theatrical release and received positive reviews.[41]

In 2015, Chalamet co-starred in Andrew Droz Palermo's fantasy-thriller One & Two, playing the role of Zac, a son who along with his sister, begins to explore unusual abilities and dark family secrets when their mother falls ill. The film premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival, where it received mainly mixed reviews, before its limited theatrical release.[42] His next role was playing the teenage version of James Franco's character, Stephen Elliott, in Pamela Romanowsky's The Adderall Diaries.[43] In his final role of 2015, Chalamet played Charlie Cooper, the sullen grandson of Diane Keaton and John Goodman's characters in the Christmas comedy Love the Coopers, which found few admirers among critics.[44]

In February 2016, he starred as Jim Quinn in the autobiographical play Prodigal Son at the Manhattan Theatre Club. Handpicked by its playwright and director John Patrick Shanley and producer Scott Rudin, Chalamet portrayed a younger Shanley, a misfit Bronx kid in a prestigious New Hampshire prep school set in 1963.[45] He received rave reviews for his performance and was nominated for the Drama League Award for Distinguished Performance and won the Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play.[46][47][48][49]

Chalamet also co-starred opposite Lily Rabe in the independent film Miss Stevens (2016) as the troubled student Billy. Stephen Farber of The Hollywood Reporter wrote, "He is compelling even when he’s just watching silently and reacting to the other characters. When he has to explode with rage or manic energy, he’s startling. And in the drama competition, his reading of a climactic speech from Death of a Salesman suggests that this young actor has a bright future in many different media. (I don’t know if I’ve ever seen a better performance of that speech.)" Stephen Holden of The New York Times compared him to James Dean.[50][51]

2017–present: Breakthrough

Chalamet (right) and co-star Armie Hammer at the 2017 Berlin Film Festival, where Call Me By Your Name was screened.

After being attached to the project for three years, Chalamet starred in Luca Guadagnino's Call Me by Your Name, based on the novel of the same name, by André Aciman.[52][53] The story revolves around a young man named Elio who, living in Italy during the 1980s, falls in love with Oliver (Armie Hammer), a university student who has come to stay with his family. In preparing for the role, Chalamet learned to speak Italian, play the guitar, and practiced playing the piano.[54] The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival; Chalamet's performance was acclaimed.[55][56] Olly Richards of Empire wrote that Chalamet "plays [Elio] as a person still forming, not scared by his feelings but surprised" and added, "Chalamet makes the rest look like they’re acting. He alone would make the film worth watching".[57] The New York Times featured Chalamet's performance in their listing of the ten best actors of the year.[58] For his work in Call Me by Your Name, Chalamet won a Gotham Award for Breakthrough Actor,[59] and received nominations for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama,[60] Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role,[61] BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role and the Academy Award for Best Actor, among numerous awards.[62][63] He is the youngest person nominated for an Academy Award as Best Actor since Mickey Rooney for Babes in Arms in 1939.[64]

In his second film of 2017, Chalamet played Daniel—a seemingly quiet and timid teenager—in the film Hot Summer Nights, which is set in 1991. It premiered at the South by Southwest Film Festival, where Chalamet received positive reviews. The film will be released on July 27, 2018 by A24, and DirecTV Cinema.[65][66] Later that year, he played Kyle Scheible, a rich hipster in a band and Saoirse Ronan's character's love interest, in Lady Bird (2017), the critically acclaimed solo directorial debut of Greta Gerwig.[67] Critics raved about the ensemble cast, with Ty Burr of The Boston Globe taking particular note of Chalamet's "hilarious" performance.[68] Chalamet received a nomination for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture along with the cast.[61] The Telluride Film Festival saw the release of Scott Cooper's Hostiles, in which he played the soldier Philippe DeJardin, alongside Christian Bale.[69]

Upcoming projects

As of January 2018, Chalamet has three forthcoming projects. He will portray Nic Sheff, a boy addicted to methamphetamine, in Beautiful Boy (2018), based on the memoir of the same name by David Sheff, who will be portrayed by Steve Carell.[70] He will also co-star with Selena Gomez in the Woody Allen film A Rainy Day in New York.[71] Prior to the film's release, Chalamet revealed that after having second thoughts on working with Allen, he would be donating his entire A Rainy Day in New York salary to the Time's Up initiative against harassment and assault, LGBT Center of New York and RAINN.[72] Chalamet has also committed to play Henry V of England in David Michôd's film The King, which will premiere on Netflix.[73]

Personal life

Chalamet lives in New York. He is fluent in French.[74][75] He spent his childhood summers in France,[76][77] visiting his father’s side of the family in Le Chambon-sur-Lignon and Saint-Agrève.[78] His French paternal grandfather was a pastor at Saint-Etienne, and his paternal grandmother lived in Saint-Agrève.[79][80][81] He is a big fan of AS Saint-Étienne.[82][83]

He was previously in a relationship with Lourdes Leon, daughter of Madonna.[84]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Director Notes
2008 Sweet Tooth Samuel Rory Kindersley, Jason Noto Short film
2008 Clown Clown Boy Tate Steinsiek Short film
2014 Men, Women & Children Danny Vance Jason Reitman
2014 Spinners Jace Erik L. Barnes Short film
2014 Interstellar Young Tom Cooper Christopher Nolan
2014 Worst Friends Young Sam Ralph Arend
2015 One and Two Zac Andrew Droz Palermo
2015 Adderall Diaries, TheThe Adderall Diaries Teenage Stephen Elliott Pamela Romanowsky
2015 Love the Coopers Charlie Cooper Jessie Nelson
2016 Miss Stevens Billy Mitman Julia Hart
2017 Call Me by Your Name Elio Perlman Luca Guadagnino
2017 Hot Summer Nights Daniel Middleton Elijah Bynum
2017 Lady Bird Kyle Scheible Greta Gerwig
2017 Hostiles Philippe DeJardin Scott Cooper
2018 Beautiful Boy Nic Sheff Felix Van Groeningen Completed
2018 Rainy Day in New York, AA Rainy Day in New York TBA Woody Allen Post-production

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2009 Law & Order Eric Foley Episode: "Pledge"
2009 Loving Leah Young Jake Lever Television film
2012 Royal Pains Luke 4 episodes
2012 Homeland Finn Walden 8 episodes
2013 Trooper Lee Flaxton Television film

Stage

Year Title Role Theatre
2011 Talls, TheThe Talls Nicholas Clarke McGinn/Cazale Theatre
2016 Prodigal Son Jim Quinn Manhattan Theatre Club

Awards and nominations

Chalamet was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance in Call Me by Your Name.[63] He was also nominated for a BAFTA Award, a Golden Globe Award, a Screen Actors Guild Award, and a Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Actor.[62][60][61][85] For his work in Lady Bird, Chalamet received nominations for the Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Acting Ensemble and the SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture along with the cast.[85][61]

See also

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