At only ten years old, JACOB TREMBLAY (Auggie) has quickly established himself
as one of the
industry's finest young actors.
Tremblay garnered international recognition for his breakout performance
opposite Brie Larson in
the critically-acclaimed, Oscar-nominated film Room. Directed by Lenny
Abrahamson, the film was
adapted from the international best-selling book by author Emma Donoghue.
Tremblay received the
"Breakthrough Performance Award" from the National Board of Review, a Critics'
Choice Award from the
Broadcast Film Critics Association for "Best Young Actor," and a nomination for
by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role" by the Screen Actors Guild, among other
accolades, for his
performance in the film.
Tremblay was recently seen starring opposite Naomi Watts in The Book of Henry,
Colin Trevorrow. The film also stars Jaeden Lieberher, Sarah Silverman, Dean
Norris and Maddie Ziegler
and was released by Focus Features on June 16, 2017.
Recently having wrapped filming The Death and Life of John F. Donovan, Jacob
opposite Kit Harington, Jessica Chastain, Natalie Portman, and Kathy Bates.
Directed, written, and
produced by Xavier Dolan, the film follows an American movie star who finds his
correspondence with an
11-year-old exposed, prompting assumptions that begin to destroy his life and
Tremblay also recently wrapped The Predator, Twentieth Century Fox's reboot of
the sci-fi action
franchise Predator. Tremblay will star alongside Boyd Holbrook, Sterling K.
Brown, and Olivia Munn for
director Shane Black.
Jacob began his career in 2010 when he was featured in several commercials. At
five years old,
Tremblay quickly transitioned to the big screen when he was cast in Raja
Gosnell's Smurfs 2. In the film,
Tremblay plays the young son of Neil Patrick Harris and Jayma Mays.
Tremblay resides in Vancouver with his parents, two sisters and toy poodle, Rey.
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