Who is Callum Turner?
Mannequin and actor born in London, Callum Turner is probably best known for his role as Theseus Scamander in the fantastic film of 2018, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. He started as a model in 2010 and has won model shows for well-known brands such as Next and Reebok. Over time, his debonair appearances led to minor roles in television series and movies. His acting talents include Bill Rohan in Queen and Country, Eli in the E4 Glue series, and Shaun Emery in the BBC One The Capture television series. Turner was very successful at a young age, which helped him carve out a place in the world today.
Callum Turner was born on February 15, 1990 in London, England. He is currently 29 years old.
|Birth name||Callum Robilliard Turner|
|Birth date||February 15, 1990|
|Place of birth||London, England|
|Sign of the sun||Aquarius|
Family and education
There is not much to share about his family and his youth, apart from the fact that he was raised by his mother, Rosemary Turner. An interesting title about his name is that he bears the name of his mother's friend, the poet David Robilliard, and so he carries the middle name, Robilliard.
Although her academic knowledge is little known, her love for the theater began at an early age, when her mother nurtured her passion for the performing arts and made her want to become an actor.
Callum girlfriend turner
Callum Turner has a long-term relationship with English actress Vanessa Kirby since 2015. They even starred in the British drama film Queen & Country in 2014. He is two years younger than his better half.
|size||Feet – 6 feet 1½ inches
Centimeters – 186.5 centimeters
Meters – 1.86 m
|Weight||Kilograms – 80 kg
Pounds – 177 lbs
|Hair color||Dark brown|
|Shoe size||11 (US)|
|Distinctive features||Curly hair
Callum Turner's feature debut appeared in 2014 in John Boorman's UK drama, Queen and Country. He played Bill Rohan alongside his current girlfriend, Vanessa Kirby, David Thewlis, Aimee-Ffion Edwards and Caleb Landry Jones. The film has generally received positive reviews and was screened at the Cannes Film Festival 2014.
In 2012, Callum landed the role of Aaron in an episode of the television series Leaving.
There is no doubt that his role in the fantasy film of 2018, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, has propelled him to the rank of international star, giving him leading roles in movies and television series.
Callum described Theseus Scamander, elder brother of Newt Scamander (played by Eddie Redmayne) who works at the Aurors' Department of Magical Law Enforcement, who fought in the First World War and is described as a "hero" of war". Although the film has received mixed reviews from critics and the public, it has been a huge success in terms of trade, generating $ 654 million in international box office.
Callum Turner favorite things
- Sport – Football
- Football Team – Chelsea Football Club
Net worth of Callum Turner
Although several media claim that his net worth exceeds one million dollars because of his new acting career, the true value of Callum remains a mystery.
Facts of Callum Turner
He was raised by his single mother in a family estate where he spent most of his childhood.
While growing up, his mother introduced him to films that would later become his passion and decided to become an actor after watching A Room for Romeo Brass by Shane Meadows.
Beginning his career as a model, Callum has managed to model several brands, including Blueberry, Next and Reebok.
He became an actor in John Boorman's drama Queen and Country, which is a sequel to Hope and Glory.
In 2011, he played Charlie's character in a theatrical production of The Color of Home.
In 2012, Callum starred alongside Jake Gyllenhaal in the 2012 video of French group The Shoes, Time to Dance.
Callum Turner received the Breakthrough Brits Award from the British Academy Film Awards in 2014.
He has appeared in the editorials of several fashion magazines, including V Magazine, GQ Style UK, Esquire UK, Valore Magazine, Arena Homme + and many others.
Callum is not on social media.