Who is Taylor Kitsch?
Taylor Kitsch is a Canadian actor who is perhaps best known for his appearance as Tim Riggins in NBC's Friday Night Lights, as well as for his role in Gambit in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Her performance in these roles has earned her Teen Choice nominations in various categories including Choice TV Actor and Choice Movie Fresh Face Male. Shortly after graduating from college, he moved to New York to take modeling courses and his early glamorous success led him to various concerts.
On television, Taylor recently gained notoriety with the lead roles in HBO's True Detective series and in the Waco miniseries. His appearances in such films as Battleship, John Carter, Savages, Lone Survivor and Only the Brave, have earned him many social successes in his country and in the rest of the world.
Taylor Kitsch was born on April 8, 1981 in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. He is currently 38 years old.
|Birth name||Taylor Kitsch|
|Birth date||April 8, 1981|
|Place of birth||Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada|
|Age||38 years old|
|Sign of the sun||Aries|
|Residence||Austin, Texas, United States|
Family and Education
Taylor Kitsch is the youngest of three sons of Susan (Green), who worked for the BC Liquor Board, and Drew Kitsch, a construction worker. He has two older brothers, Brody and Daman Kitsch. He is of German and English origin.
After graduating from Gleneagle Secondary School in Coquitlam, he joined the University of Lethbridge, where he studied economics and nutrition.
Since the age of 3, he has been playing ice hockey and even played junior hockey for the Langley Hornets in the BC Hockey League. Unfortunately, a knee injury in 2002 ended his ice hockey career.
Taylor Kitsch love life
Although little is known about the current state of Taylor Kitsch's relationship, he has already had sex with many women. He is known for his intimate relationships with actresses Rachel McAdams, Minka Kelly and Jessica White, who attracted media attention at the time.
|size||Feet – 5 feet 11¼ inches
Centimeters – 181 cm
Meters – 1.81 m
|Weight||Kilograms – 81 kg
Pounds – 179 lbs
|Hair color||Light brown|
|Distinctive features||Green eyes
Taylor Kitsch made her film debut in 2006 with John Tucker Must Die, Betty Thomas' teen movie, starring Brittany Snow, Ashanti and Sophia Bush. Although the film has received average criticism from critics, it has had tremendous box office success and generated a total of $ 69 million against a production budget of $ 18 million.
In 2006, Kitsch made an appearance in an episode of the Canadian comedy television series Godiva's in which he played the role of Colm.
Taylor Kitsch's claim to fame began with his role in the supernatural horror film, The Covenant, in 2006.
Shortly after, Taylor drew the attention of the casting directors of Friday Night Lights, who then decided to embody him in the role of Tim Riggins in the teen drama NBC football drama. His role as a high school student, half back of the Dillon Panther, was well received by viewers, who will later become his online fans. The series has met a critical welcome worldwide.
In 2009, Taylor played the role of superhero Gambit in the subsidiary of the "X-Men" franchise, X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Led by Gavin Hood, he co-starred with actors Hugh Jackman, Liev Schreiber, Ryan Reynolds, Lynn Collins and Danny Huston. Although this film, it has gained international fame and recognition.
Other notable Kitsch actor performances include his roles in such films as Battleship (2012), John Carter (2012), Savages (2012), Lone Survivor (2013) and Only the Brave (2017).
Taylor Kitsch favorite things
- Actor – Sean Penn
- Movies – State of Grace (1990), Dead Man Walking (1995), Hurlyburly (1998)
- Book – "The idiot" of Fyodor Dostoevsky
Net worth of Taylor Kitsch
During her illustrious career, Taylor Kitsch earned a net worth of $ 12 million. He bought 3.64 acres of land on Lake Austin, Texas in 2012 and lives in the sumptuous house built there.
Taylor Kitsch Facts
Taylor started as a model. During her modeling career, he was a model for clothing brands such as Diesel and Abercrombie & Fitch. He has also worked as a personal trainer and nutritionist to supplement his acting ambitions.
For a brief period, he was almost homeless and slept in the subway at night.
At age 25, he occupies a prominent place in Men's Health magazine, becoming the youngest ever model on the cover.
Taylor almost stopped playing and returned to Vancouver, where he signed with an agency and made a few television appearances.
His acting career began after starring in such films as John Tucker's Must Die (2006), Snakes on a Plane (2006), The Covenant (2006) and Gospel Hill (2008).
In August 2006, he appeared on the cover of Dish Entertainment magazine.
In 2009, he was on the "Hot 100" list of the Rolling Stones.
He studied acting with famous coach Sheila Gray.
In 2011, Taylor was included in "10 Actors to Watch" of Variety magazine.
In 2018, Taylor Kitsch described David Koresh, the leader of the sect, in the six-episode mini-series, Waco, on Paramount.