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TIMOTHeE CHALAMET (Elio) first attracted attention during the second season of
Showtime's "Homeland," when he played "Finn Walden," the Vice-President's son
involved with Damian Lewis's character's daughter, Dana Brody (Morgan Saylor).
played the role while still attending LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and
in New York City. He was highly praised for his performance in Julia Hart's MISS
playing "Billy," a rebellious young actor traveling with two other high school
students to an
acting competition, chaperoned by Lily Rabe's title character.
Chalamet received a Drama League nomination, Clive Barnes Award nomination and
the Lucille Lortel Award for Best Actor for his performance in the lead role of
"Jim Quinn" in
the 2016 world premiere of John Patrick Stanley's play "Prodigal Son," produced
Upcoming films for Chalamet include: Scott Cooper's HOSTILES, opposite Christian
Rosamund Pike; Greta Gerwig's directorial debut. LADY BIRD, with Saoirse Ronan;
Bynum's coming-of-age drama HOT SUMMER NIGHTS, which recently premiered at SXSW.
His next project will be Felix Van Groeningen's BEAUTIFUL BOY, costarring Steve
produced by Plan B. Chalamet's other film credits include Christopher Nolan's
INTERSTELLAR, Jesse Nelson's LOVE THE COOPERS, and JASON Reitman's MEN,
WOMEN & CHILDREN.
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