British actor DANIEL KALUUYA (Chris) will next star opposite
Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Forest Whitaker and Lupita Nyong'o in
Marvel's Captain America: Civil War spinoff, Black Panther. In 2015, he appeared
in Denis Villeneuve's drug-war thriller Sicario for Lionsgate, which also
starred Emily Blunt, Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin. Kaluuya came to
prominence when portraying wannabe gangster Posh Kenneth on the British teen
drama Skins, the BAFTA Award-winning show for which he was also a member of the
Other film credits include Kick-Ass 2, Eran Creevy's Welcome to the Punch and
Working Title's Johnny English Reborn opposite Rowan Atkinson.
He is a celebrated stage actor having won the 2010 Evening Standard Theatre
Editor's Award for Shooting Star and the 2010 Critics' Circle Theatre Award for
Outstanding Newcomer for his performance as a boxer in the play Sucker Punch at
the Royal Court Theatre in London. Kaluuya's theater credits include Trelawny of
the Wells at the Donmar Warehouse and A Season in the Congo opposite Chiwetel
Ejiofor at the Young Vic.
On television, he will next be seen starring in Danny Boyle's satirical police
miniseries Babylon for Channel 4. Other notable television credits include Black
Mirror also for Channel 4 and Jack Thorne's The Fades and Psychoville for the
He was born in London, England, and was cited as one of BAFTA's 2011 Brits to
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